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Part 2 of 2 Parts 
July 7, 1973 


‘We Care!’ (Ed) Sen. Buckley Presses For Govt. 

Probe Of Industry . . . Abkco Files Suits Vs. Lennon, 
Harrison And Apple... Phonogram Cites Innovation In 
4-Area Malverne Tie . . . Kheel To Pickwick . . . Haver- 
mansSoloOnMGM.. Binder/Porter Aussy Label: Wizard 


SYLVIA: ' PILLOW ' TALK OF THE TOWN 



PEOPLE ARE 
SHOUTING ABOUT 
RUPERT HOLMES’ 

“TALK" 


People like Bill Gavin, who made it a Personal Pick 
and called it “a little gem of a song that will surely 
wear well with weeks of repeated air plays.” 

And Record World , in a cover review, raved ecstati- 
cally, . . an awesome disc that should establish 
him quickly as a major talent.Terrific melody and 
unique lyrics . . . .There should be a great deal of 
talk about this artist for some time.” 

Then, again, Rupert’s not your average record 
newcomer. He’s sung lead for various studio 
groups. He wrote and arranged the Buoys’Top-lO 
smash, “Timothy,” last year. He has written the 
scores for three motion pictures. In short, he’s a 
talent worth shouting about. 

"TalkJ’the first single by a young master 
of the recording medium. Rupert Holmes. 
On Epic Records 


Produced by Jeffrey Lesser 


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GEORGE ALBERT 

President and Publisher 

MARTY OSTROW 

Executive Vice President 

IRV LICHTMAN 

Vice President and 
Director of Editorial 

CHRISTIE BARTER 

West Coast Manager 

Editorial 
New York 

KENNY KERNER 
ARTY GOODMAN 
DON DROSSELL 

Hollywood 
RON BARON 
BARRY McGOFFIN 


Research 
MIKE MARTUCCI 
Rssearch Manager 
BOBBY SIEGEL 


Advertising 
ED ADLUM 

Art Director 
WOODY HARDING 


Coin Machine & Vending 
ED ADLUM 
Manager 
DON DROSSELL 
CAMILLE COMPASIO. Chicago 


Circulation 
THERESA TORTOSA 
Manager 


HOLLYWOOD 

CHRISTIE BARTER 

4545 Sunjet Blvd. (Suite 525), Hollywood, Calif. 90028 
Phone: (213) Hollywood 9-2946 


NASHVILLE 

JUANITA JONES 

804 16th Ave. South, Nashville. Tenn. 37203 
Phone: (615) 244-2898 


CHICAGO 

CAMILLE COMPASIO 
29 E. Madison St., Chicago, III. 
Phone: (312) FI 6-7272 


ENGLAND 

DORRIS LAND 
3 Cork St.. London Wl 
Phone: 01-7342374 


ARGENTINA 

MIGUEL SMIRNOFF 

Belgrano 3252, Piso 4 "B" Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Phone: 89-6796 


CANADA 
WALT GREALIS 

6 Brentcliffa Road. Toronto 17, Ontario, Canada 
Phone: (416) 425-0257 


FRANCE 

FRANK LIPSIK 

5 Rue Alfred Dormeuil. 78 Croissy 
Phone: 225-26-31 


HOLLAND 


PAUL ACKET 

Theresiastraat 59-63. The Hague 
Phone: 837700 


ITALY 


GABRIELE G. ABBATE 
Viale A. Doria 10. 20124 Milano 



BELGIUM 

ETIENNE SMET 
Postbus 56. B-2700 Sint-Niklaas 
Phone: (03) 76-54-39 

AUSTRALIA 
PETER SMITH 

40 Winters Way, Doncaster 3108, Victoria, Australia 

JAPAN 
Adv. Mgr. 

SACHIO SAITO 

l-ll-2-Chome Shinbashi, Minato-Ku, Tokyo 
Phone: 504-1651 
Editorial Mgr. 

FUMIYO TACHIBANA 
l-ll-2-Chome Shinbashi, Minato-Ku, Tokyo 
Phone: 504-1651 


SUBSCRIPTION RATES $35 per year anywhere in the 
U.S.A., Published weekly at 34 N. Crystal St., E. Strouds- 
burg, Pa. by Cash Box, 119 West 57th St., New York, N.Y. 
10019. Second class postage paid at New York, N.Y., 
U.S.A. and additional offices. 

Copyright © 1973 by The Cash Box Publishing Co., Inc. 
All rights reserved. Copyright under Universal Copyright 
Convention. 


In celebrating our 31st anniver- 
sary, we would like to use this oppor- 
tunity to make clear the basic functions 
of a trade magazine, with particular 
reference to the way we see them. A 
trade paper functioning within any in- 
dustry should be staffed by personnel 
who are on top of every facet of the 
industry it reflects. For the music 
trade, this means total expertise of 
the music, the artist, the merchan- 
dising and, ultimately, the marketing 
of the recorded product itself. We at 
Cash Box feel that we have faced up 
to this responsibility, and we would 
like to sincerely thank the industry 
for its consistent support of our un- 
tiring efforts to reflect the industry 
in a responsible manner. 

We have arrived at an “enough is 
enough’’ standpoint in the manner in 
which our competitors have utilized 
either a false-value “numbers game” 
or “surveys” of trade magazine ac- 
ceptance that under the most casual 
of scrutiny do not convey a shred of 
objectivity and meaningfulness. These 
devices, of course, are designed to 
lower the credibility of Cash Box, which 
has managed to reach its 31st an- 
niversary without resorting to unpro- 
fessional low-blows. 

One of our competitors, in playing 
the “numbers game,” has for years 
tried to impress the trade with its 
wide readership, unmindful that in this 
era of vertical growth within the in- 
dustry it is the quality of readership 
not the quantity of readership that 


counts. Cash Box has that quality 
readership and it's a 100% music 
business readership. 

Our other competitor, frantically 
trying to give itself a ranking in the 
industry it has yet to merit by a long 
shot, widened its credibility gap re- 
cently through a totally discredited 
“survey” of its impact on the busi- 
ness. It hoped to put one over on the 
business by indicating that its source 
was a major record company, which 
later disavowed the survey’s contents. 

We fully understand the possibilities 
inherent in self-promotion. When it is 
employed in good taste and with legit- 
imate statistical support it can do 
some good. Yet, it has been the policy 
of Cash Box to let its influence among 
its readership speak for itself, and to 
allow its many features that command 
industry respect to stand as the best 
self-promotion of all. 

We at Cash Box believe that we 
possess a “feel” for the business our 
competitors lack. We are not blinded 
by the fallacy that this “feel” for the 
industry precludes objectivity and use- 
fulness. We believe in the industry be- 
cause of the nature of its product and 
the excitement it generates. 

In hyping their values, our competi- 
tors betray not only bad taste and 
unreasonable competition, they also 
demean the business they claim to 
reflect. In our 31st year, Cash Box 
is proud to continue to declare: “We 
Care!” 




Singles 


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1 GIVE ME LOVE 

George Harrison — Apple 1862 1 

2 WILL IT GO ROUND IN CIRCLES 

Billy Preston— A&M 1411 

3 KODACHROME 

Paul Simon — Columbia 45859 

4 PLAYGROUND IN MY MIND 

Clint Holmes — Epic 10891 

5 SHAMBALA 

Three Dog Night — Dunhill 4352 

6 MY LOVE 

Paul McCartney & Wings — Apple 1816 

7 NATURAL HIGH 

Bloodstone — London 1046 

8 ONE OF A KIND 

Spinners — Atlantic 2962 

9 LONG TRAIN RUNNIN’ 

Doobie Brothers — Warner Bros. 7698 

10 BAD BAD LEROY BROWN 

Jim Croce — ABC 11359 

11 RIGHT PLACE WRONG TIME 

Dr. John — Atco 6914 

12 YESTERDAY ONCE MORE 

Carpenters — A&M 1446 

13 SMOKE ON THE WATER 

Deep Purple — Warner Bros. 

14 BOOGIE WOOGIE BUGLE BOY 

Bette Midler — Atlantic 2964 

15 DADDY COULD SWEAR, I DECLARE 

Gladys Knight & Pips — Soul 35105 16 

(Dist: Motown) 

16 YOU’LL NEVER GET TO HEAVEN 

Stylistics — Avco 4618 17 

17 PILLOW TALK 

Sylvia — Vibration 521 (Dist: All Platinum) 

DIAMOND GIRL 

Seals & Crofts — Warner Bros. 7708 

AND I LOVE YOU SO 

Perry Como — RCA 0906 

GIVE YOUR BABY 
A STANDING OVATION 

Dells— Cadet 5696 

21 SO VERY HARD TO GO 

Tower Of Power — Warner 8ros. 7687 

22 MONEY 

Pink Floyd — Harvest 3609 (Dist: Capitol) 

23 GIVE IT TO ME 

J. Geils Band — Atlantic 2953 

24 MISDEMEANOR 

Foster Sylvers — Pride 031 (Dist: MGM) 

25 BEHIND CLOSED DOORS 

Charlie Rich — Epic 10950 

26 GOIN’ HOME 

Osmonds— MGM 14562 

27 SATIN SHEETS 

Jeannie Pruett — MCA 40015 

28 DOIN’ IT TO DEATH 

JB’s — Polydor 621 

29 MONSTER MASH 

Bobby Boris Pickett — Parrot 34 (Dist: London) 

30 GET DOWN 

Gilbert O’Sullivan — Mam 3629 

31 I’M GONNA LOVE YOU JUST 
A LITTLE MORE BABY 

Barry White — 20th Century 2018 

32 TIME TO GET DOWN 

O’Jays — Phila. Int’l 3531 

33 SWAMP WITCH 

Jim Stafford — MGM 14496 

34 LET’S PRETEND 

Raspberries — Capitol 3546 


3 


Diana Ross — Motown 772L 

44 

49 


36 

I’D RATHER BE A COWBOY 



6 

■ — 

John Denver — RCA 0955 

42 

46 


37 

WHAT ABOUT ME 



7 


Anne Murray — Capitol 3600 

39 

45 


38 

PLASTIC MAN 



5 


Temptations — Gordy 7129 

43 

47 


39 

THERE’S NO ME WITHOUT YOU 


8 

- ; 

Manhattans — Columbia 45838 

46 

51 


40 

FEEL1N’ STRONGER EVERY DAY 


1 


Chicago — Columbia 45880 

48 

71 

41 

I’LL ALWAYS LOVE MY MAMA 



13 


Intruders — Gamble 2506 (Dist: Columbia) 

49 

55 

42 

BACK WHEN MY HAIR WAS SHORT 

10 


Gunhill Road — Kama Sutra 569 (Dist: Buddah) 

25 

25 

43 

WHERE PEACEFUL WATERS FLOW 


14 


Gladys Knight & Pips — Buddah 363 

50 

73 


44 

DANIEL 



15 


Elton John— MCA 40046 

22 

9 


45 

HOCUS POCUS 



12 


Focus — Sire 704 (Dist: Paramount) 

31 

11 


46 

LIVE & LET LIVE 




7 

24 

20 

23 

26 

27 
15 
45 
29 
33 

28 

37 

38 
53 


36 41 


35 40 


TOUCH ME IN THE MORNING 


48 

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52 


28 

53 

21 

54 

26 

55 

38 

56 

33 

57 

16 

58 

54 

59 

31 

60 

50 

61 

32 

62 

44 

63 

48 


74 

64 


Paul McCartney & Wings — Apple 1863 83 — 

OVER THE HILLS & FAR AWAY 

Led Zeppelin — Atlantic 2970 55 62 

FIRST CUT IS THE DEEPEST 

Keith Hampshire— A&M 1432 40 42 

HE DID WITH ME 

Vickie Lawrence — Bell 45-362 51 57 

SOUL MAKOSSA 

Manu Dibango — Atlantic 2971 57 63 

BROTHER LOUIE 

Stories — Kama Sutra 577 59 67 

HOW CAN I TELL HER 

Lobo— Big Tree 16004 (Dist: Bell) 61 73 

THE MORNING AFTER 

Maureen McGovern — 20th Century Fox 210 65 75 

ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN 

Electric Light Orch. — United Artists 173 58 61 

TEQUILA SUNRISE 

Eagles — Asylum 1101 (Dist: Atlantic) 64 72 


66 

67 

68 


18 18 


Helen Reddy — Capitol 3645 

SOUL MAKOSSA 

Afrique — Mainstream 5542 

GIVING IT ALL AWAY 

Roger Daltrey — MCA 40053 

ARE YOU MAN ENOUGH? 

Four Tops — Dunhill 4354 

IF YOU WANT ME TO STAY 

Sly & Family Stone — Epic 1107 

WHY ME 

Kris Kristofferson — Monument 17571 
(Dist: Columbia) 

NEVER, NEVER, NEVER 

Shirley Bassey — United Artists 211 

HERE I AM 

Al Green (Hi 2247) (Dist: London) 

I BELIEVE IN YOU 

Johnnie Taylor — Stax 0161 

BLOCKBUSTER 

The Street— Bell 45-361 

TIE A YELLOW RIBBON ROUND 
THE OLE OAK TREE 

Dawn — Bell 45318 


76 87 


70 80 


62 64 


77 84 


78 90 


63 65 


66 68 


82 


79 88 


74 85 


32 34 


69 FINDERS KEEPERS 

Chairmen Of The Board — Invictus 1251 (Columbia) 

70 WATERGRATE 

Dickie Goodman — Rainy Wednesday 202 

71 BE WHAT YOU ARE 

Staple Silngers — Stax 0165 

BONGO ROCK 

Incredible Bongo Band— Pride 1015 (Dist: MGM) 

MOONSHINE 

John Kay — Dunhill 4351 

ROLAND THE ROADIE & 

GERTRUDE THE GROUPIE 

Dr. Hook & Medicine Show — Columbia 45878 

CLOUDS 

David Gates — Elektra 45857 

THE HURT 

Cat Stevens — A&M 1418 

NO MORE MR. NICE GUY 

Alice Cooper — Warner Bros. 7691 

LETTER TO LUCILLE 

Tom Jones — Parrot 40074 (Dist: London) 

I CAN MAKE IT THROUGH THE DAY 

Ray Charles— ABC 92 81 83 

SMOKE, SMOKE, SMOKE 

Commander Cody — Paramount 


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82 


72 79 


73 81 


75 76 


80 86 


67 69 


84 


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30 27 


34 35 


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84 

85 

86 
87 


88 


88 98 

ANGEL 

Aretha Franklin — Atlantic 2969 89 — 

LOVE & HAPPINESS 

Earnest Jackson — Stone 001 85 82 

(Dist: Jamie/Guyden) 

LET’S GET IT ON 

Marvin Gaye — Tamla T54234 — — 

BLACK BYRD 

Donald Byrd — Blue Note 212 (Dist: U.A.) 86 91 

FREE ELECTRIC BAND 

Albert Hammond — Mums 6018 (Dist: Columbia) 41 43 

I’M DOIN’ FINE NOW 

New York City— Chelsea 0113 (Dist: RCA) 52 17 

EVERYONE’S AGREED THAT 
EVERYTHING WILL TURN OUT FINE 

Stealers Wheel— A&M 1450 

MY MERRY-GO-ROUND 


NOBODY WANTS YOU WHEN 


Johnny Nash — Epic 11003 

90 

92 

YOU’RE DOWN AND OUT 

Bobby Womack — United Artists 255 68 78 

89 

TOP OF THE WORLD 

Lynn Anderson — Columbia 45857 

91 

96 

UNEASY RIDER 

Charlie Daniels — Kama Sutra 576 71 84 

90 

YOU WERE ALWAYS THERE 

Donna Fargo — Dot 17460 

95 


(Dist: Buddah) 

DELTA DAWN 

91 

PUT IT WHERE YOU WANT IT 

Nino Tempo & April Stevens — A&M 1443 

93 

99 


98 — 


100 — 


92 YOU’RE GETTIN’ A LITTLE TOO 
SMART 

Detroit Emeralds — Westbound 213 (Dist: Janus) 96 

93 I WAS CHECKIN’ OUT, SHE WAS 
CHECKIN’ IN 

Don Covay — Mercury 73385 94 100 

94 LORD MR. FORD 

Jerry Reed — RCA 0960 

95 SWEET CHARLIE BABE 

Jackie Moore — Atlantic 2956 

96 WHERE THERE’S SMOKE THERE’S 
FIRE 

Grass Roots — Dunhill 4345 

97 SIXTY MINUTE MAN 

Clarence Carter — Fame 250 (Dist: U.A.) 

98 DARLING COME BACK HOME 

Eddie Kendricks — Tamla 54236 

99 THERE YOU GO 

Edwin Starr — Soul 35103 

100 ONE TIN SOLDIER 

Coven— MGM 14308 


97 


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ALPHABETIZED TOP 100 (INCLUDING PUBLISHERS AND LICENSEES) 


And I Love You So (Mayday/Yahweh — BMI) ... 

Angel (Pundit/Afghan' — BMI) 

Are You Man Enough? (ABC Dunhill/ Soldier 

Music/Hastings Music — BMI) 

Back When My Hair Was Short (Gunhill 

Road— ASCAP) 

Bad Bad Leroy Brown (Blendingwell & ABC 

—ASCAP) 

Be What You Are (East Memphis — BMI) 

Behind Closed Doors (House of Gold— BMI) ... 

Black Byrd (Al Rudy — ASCAP) 

Blockbuster (Chinnichap/Rack — ASCAP) 

Bongo Rock (Drive-in— BMI) 

Boogie Woogie Bugle Soy (MCA— ASCAP) 

Brother Louie (Buddah — ASCAP) 

Clouds (Kipahulu — ASCAP) 

Daddy Could (Jobete — ASCAP) 

Daniel (Dick James — BMI) ’ 

Darling Come Back Home jobete— -ASCAP/ 

Stone Diamond — BMI) 

Delta Dawn (UA/Big Axe— ASCAP) 

Diamond Girl (Don Breaker — BMI) 

Doin’ It To Death (Dynatone/Belinda/ 

Unichappel! — BMI) 

Everyone’s Agreed (Hudson Bay— BMT) 

Peelin' Stronger Every Day (Big Elk— ASCAP) 
Finders Keepers (Gold Forever— BMI) 

First Cut Is The Deepest (Duchess — BMP 

Free Electrical Band 

Get Down (Management Agency and Music 

Publishing — BMI) 


19 

81 

61 

42 

10 

71 
25 

84 
67 

72 

14 
51 
75 

15 
44 

98 

58 

18 

28 

87 

40 

69 

48 

85 

30 


Give It To Me (Juke Joine-Walden — ASCAP) .... 23 
Give Me Love (Material World Charitable 

Fund — BMI) 1 

Give Your Baby (Conquistador — ASCAP) 20 

Giving It Always (Track — BMI) 60 

Goin’ Home (Kolob — BMI) 26 

He Did With Me (Senor— ASC'AP) 49 

Here I Am (Jec/AI Green — BMI) 65 

Hocus Pocus (Radmus — ASCAP) 45 

How Can I Tell Her (Kaiser/ Famous — ASCAP) .. 52 

I Believe In You (Groovesville — BMI) 66 

I Can Make It Through (Tangerine- — BMI) 79 

I Was Checkin’ Out, She Was Checkin’ In 

Ragmop— BMI) * 93 

I’d Rather Be A Cowboy (Sherry Lane — 

ASCAP) 36 

If You Want Me To Stay (Strongflower — BMI) 62 
I'm Gonna Love You Just (January & Sa-Vette — 

BMI) 31 

I’ll Always Love You Mama (Mighty Three — BMI) 41 

I’rn Doin' Fine (Mighty Three — BMI) 86 

Kodachrome (Charing Cross — BMI) 3 

Let’s Get It On (Jobete — ASCAP/Cherritown — 

BMI) 83 

Let’s Pretend (C.A.M.-USA— BMI) 34 

Letter To Lucille (MAM — ASCAP) 78 

Live & Let Die (Unart/McCartney and ATV-BMI) 46 
Long Train Runnin’ (Warner Tamerlane — BMI) 9 

Lord Mr. Ford (Vector — BMI) 94 

Love & Happiness (Al Green — BMI) 82 

Misdemeanor (Dotted Line & Sylco — ASCAP) .... 24 


Money (TRO Hampshire— ASCAP) 22 

Monster Mash (Garpax & Capizzi — BMI) 29 

Moonshine (Four Star and Galeneye- — BMI) 73 

My Love (McCartney/ ATV — BMI) 6 

My Merry-Go-Round (Cayman — ASCAP) 88 

Natural High (Crystal Jukebox — BMI) 7 

Never, Never, Never (Peer Int’l — BMI) 64 

No More Mr. Nice Guy (In Dispute) 77 

Nobody Wants You (MCA — ASCAP) 56 

On Of A Kind (Mighty Three — BMI) 8 

One Tin Soldier (ABC— Dunhill— BMI) 100 

Over The Hills & Far Away (Superhype — ASCAP) 47 

Pillow Talk (Gambi — BMI) 17 

Plastic Man (Stone Diamond — BMI) 38 

Playground In My Mind (Vanlee/Emily — ASCAP) 4 

Put It Where You Want It (Four Knights — BMI) 91 
Right Place, Wrong Time (Waldon, Oyster, 

Cauldron — ASCAP) 11 

Roland The Roadie (Evil Eye — BMI) 74 

Roll Over Beethoven (Arc — BMI) 54 

Satin Sheets (Champion — BMI) 27 

Shambala (ABC Dunhill & Speed — BMI) 5 

Sixty Minute Man (Future Stars — BMI) 97 

Smoke On The Water (Hec — BMI) 13 

Smoke, Smoke, Smoke (Hill & Range and 

Elvis Presley— BMI) 80 

So Very Hard To Go 21 

Soul Makoosa (Rayden — BMI) 50, 59 

Swamp Witch (Famous & Bod & Kaiser — ASCAP) 33 
Sweet Charlie Babe (Cotillion/ Assorted/Cookie 
Box— BMI) 95 


Tequila Sunrise (Kicking Bear/Benchmark 

—ASCAP) 55 

The Hurt (Ackee — ASCAP) 76 

The Morning After (20th Century — 

ASCAP/Fox Fanfare — BMI) 53 

There You Go (Stone Diamond — BMI) 99 

There’s No Me Without You (Blackwood & 

Nattahanan — BMI) 39 

Tie A Yellow Ribbon (Levine & Brown— BMI) .. 68 

Time To Get Down (Assorted — BMI) 32 

Touch Me In The Morning (Stein & Van 

Stock— ASCAP) 35 

Top Of The World (Almo/Hammer & Nails 

—ASCAP) 89 

ti-'-s'jv pider rKama Sutra/Rada Dara— BMI) .. 57 

Watergrate (Wednesday — BMI) 70 

Vv 1 ia l Muout ivie (Huoson bay — BMI) 37 

Where Peaceful Waters Flow (Keca — ASCAP) .... 43 
Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire 

(American Broadcasting — ASCAP) 96 

Why Me (Resaca— BMI) 63 

Will It Go Round In Circles 2 

Yesterday Once More (Almo/Hammer and 

Wails/Sweet Harmony — ASCAP) 12 

You’ll Never Get To Heaven (Jac & 

Blue Seas— ASCAP) 16 

You Were Always There (Prima Donna— BMI) .. 90 
You’re Gettin’ A Little Too Smrt (Bridgeport 
—BMI) 92 









Bobby-Boris Pickett is a monster. It is a normal policy for radio 
tions to play old hits in an “ Oldies ” category. This is one exce 
that proves the rule. We have maintained from the beginning that t! iis 
ten-year-old record was an exception and has to be treated as if 
were a brand new release. This is the week that major stations agreed 
with this philosophy Passionate new believers: WRKO, KILT WLS, 
WKGN. Hot market, Louisville, gives us #2 at WKLO who report “strong 
phones ” and #7 at WAKY. It exploded in Chicago 18-12 WCFL. It det- 
onated in Philadelphia 26-19 WFIL and 26-12 WIBG. 19-15 at KOL who report “Top 3 phones ” and 
confirmed solidly 23-16 at KHJ. It jumped 26-19 at KDWB and 32-8 at KEYN. We must not lose sight 
of the fact that the first major station to point the way on this record 
was WOKY Milwaukee and that astute George Wilson, national pro- 
grammer for the Bartell chain, put it on all of his “Q” FM stations in 
Detroit, St. Louis, Miami and KCBW because he knew it was a natu- 
ral winner for a whole new generation of kids who had never heard 
of it. I think it is safe to predict that the next few weeks will see a long 
list of major stations throw caution to the wind and fearlessly add 
this record as a full-time addition for heavy rotation. 

KALRUDMAN 
RECORD WORLD 6/30/73 




KAL, YOU'VE DONE If AGAIN. 
YOUR PREDICTION IS NOW 

REAUVY: 


Cash Box Top 100/Singles 



MONSTER MASH 

Bobby Boris Pickett — Parrot 34 (Dist: London) 



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■ to Diana Ross doing what she loves best. Singing, 
in an album of unusual beauty. 

Listen to what’s happening at Motown. You'll hear the times change. 





'1973 Motown Record Corporation 



Sen. Buckley Seeks Wide 
Fed. Probe Of Industry 


25th Anny Of 
LP; Goldmark 
Reflections 

STAMFORD, CONN. — Twenty-five 
years ago this month the Colum- 
bia Broadcasting System introduced 
what it termed the 33-VS rpm “long- 
playing record” or LP, perfected by a 
Hungarian immigrant named Peter 
Goldmark. Earlier attempts to make 
music with 33Us rpm speed were not 
too successful. 

How has Goldmark fared? “Pve al- 
ways been a salaried individual,” he 
said on the 25th anniversary of his 
invention and revealed that he has 
never received financial royalties on 

I the development which quickly be- 
came a world industry. When he left 
CBS several years ago, he was head 
of CBS Laboratories. 

Looking back on the LP and its 
development Goldmark, who now 
heads his own company Goldmark 
Communications Corp., a subsidiary 
of Warner Communications Inc., said: 
“Pve always invented for societal ben- 
efit. Unless I knew that something I 
was asked to explore would benefit 
people directly, I turned it down.” 
“Too many technological develop- 
ments have been to man’s detriment. 
There should be more innovations 
that do good things for people — a 
greater social conscience is needed 
(Cont’d on p. 26) 


NEW YORK — U.S. Sen. James 
Buckley has called for a thorough, 
multi-agency investigation of the 
recording business. 

The New York Republican- 
Conservative held a press conference 
at his office in New York last Mon- 
day (25) and through a prepared 
statement and question-and-answer 
period stated that alleged use of 
drugs and other forms of payola 
within the industry called for such 
action. 

He declared in his statement that he 
had written four individuals “request- 
ing that they institute appropriate ac- 
tion”: Dean Burch, chairman of the 
Federal Communications System, At- 
torney General Elliott Richardson, 
Clay T. Whitehead, director of the 
Office of Telecommunications Policy, 
and Sen. John Pastore, (D-R.I.) chair- 
man of the Subcommittee on Com- 
munications. In addition, Sen. Buckley 
said he had instructed members of 
his own staff to conduct an inquiry 
into the music industry. 

Here is the full text of the state- 
ment by Sen. Buckley: 

The dismissal last month of the 
president of C.B.S. Records has 
touched off a number of allegations 
and rumors affecting C.B.S. Records 
in particular and the record industry 


in general. 

In a column published in the New 
York Times last week under the title, 
“The Drugola Scandel,” William 
Safire writes of what he says is “the 
use of hard drugs — cocaine and he- 
roin — by the businessmen in music to 
bribe their distribution outlets, or to 
entertain their entertainers.” Mr. 
Safire further states that hard drugs 
are “the new currency of the record 
industry.” What is particularly dis- 
turbing is his allegation that execu- 
tives of the Columbia Broadcasting 
System are, in effect, covering uo this 
scandel. 

I have no way of knowing if Mr. 
Safire’s allegations are correct. Nor 
do I know whether the stories now 
being circulated about business prac- 
tices in the record industry are re- 
motely close to the facts. Last Tues- 
day’s Wall Street Journal, for ex- 
ample, reported that “rumors and 
vague charges of mob infiltration, pay- 
offs in sex and drugs and outright 
fraud have shaken the industry’s ex- 
ecutive ranks.” 

These rumors and allegations are 
deeply disturbing. Their implications 
are serious. They reflect on a major 
industry — much of it headquartered in 
New York State — that accounts for 
(Cont'd on p. 26) 



It’s been a long journey for Sylvia 
(Robinson) from the days in the 50’s 
when she and her husband Mickey 
formed the hit duo of Mickey & Syl- 
via of “Love is Strange” fame. Now, 
she is not only the head of our own 
record-music complex, All-Platinum 
Records, she is a recording star again 
with the RIAA gold single “Pillow 
Talk,” on her Vibration label. She’s 
also got a best-selling LP named 
after the hit. In addition to her varied 
activities, Sylvia is also the writer- 
producer-engineer of not only her hit, 
but the recent smash, “Love on a 2- 
Way Street” by the Moments on 
A-P’s Stang label as well. She also 
did the same chores on her latest 
single, “Didn’t I.” 


INDEX 

Album Review 33, 34 

Coin Machine Section 48-50 

| Country Music Section 36-44 

For The Record 20 

Insight & Sound 12,14 

Looking Ahead 22 

New Additions To Playlist ... 24 

Radio Active Chart . 22 

Radio News Report 39 

R&B News Report 32 

R&B Top 70 30 

Single Reviews 19 

Talent On Stage 27 

Top 170 Albums 29 

Vital Statistics 22 


Phonogram Labels Through 
Malverne In Four Markets 


‘Innovation’ 

Cited By Label 

CHICAGO — Phonogram Inc. says 
it’s the first major company to en- 
courage and act on a “major innova- 
tion and breakthrough” for indepen- 
dent distribution. Malverne Distribu- 
ting in New York will serve as dis- 
tributor of the Phonogram line (Mer- 
cury, Philips, Vertigo) in four ad- 
jacent and related territories, ac- 
cording to Irwin Steinberg, president 
of Phonogram. The move will be 
effective July 2. 

The territories include New York, 
New Jersey, Hartford, Conn., and 
Boston. These areas comprise over 17 
per cent of the national market, based 
on Phonogram’s figures. Previously, 
all of the label’s distributors each 
handled one of the areas. 

All areas will be serviced through 
Malverne’s warehouse in Long Island, 
according to Lou Simon, senior vice 
president/director of marketing. Si- 
mon said a thorough investigation 
into the logistics of servicing the 
Hartford and Boston areas from New 
York were made jointly by Phono- 
gram and Malverne. The investigation 
showed overnight service from Long 
Island to be “virtually 100% effec- 
tive.” 

Hirsch Comments 

According to A1 Hirsch, president 
of Malverne, the move represents the 
“need for a super independent concept 
for the welfare of the industry which 
can nullify weaknesses in the inde- 
pendent distribution area.” Hirsch 
said that the company •will service the 
four areas with an individual sales 
force, sales manager and promotion 
manager. While the New Jersey area 
will be serviced out of New York, 
offices have been opened in East 
Hartford at 1128 Main St. and in 
Boston at 77 Summer St. Malverne 
was the original Mercury Records dis- 
tributor in New York when the label 
was formed in 1946. In 1955, Mercury 
opened a branch system, but returned 
to indie distribution three years ago, 
at which time Malverne re-gained the 
line. 

“This move permits us to consoli- 


date and coordinate total marketing 
and promotion efforts in a wide 
area,” according to Jules Abramson, 
sales manager. “It also permits our 
factory shipments to have a bigger 
representations of merchandise in re- 
tail locations in smaller proportions 
in distribution warehouses. 

“Our willingness to undertake this 
adventure was greatly influenced by 
the regard that Phonogram has for 
A1 Hirsch and the Malverne staff and 
their Ability to function as a full- 
service independent distributor. It is 
my belief that Malverne distributing 
ranks as one of the top pure indepen- 
dent distributing organizations.” 

Abramson also commented that he 
sees this distribution concept as the 
forerunner to future similar moves by 
both distributors and manufacturers 
looking for distributors “that care.” 
Although there are no other specific 
plans to further consolidate distribu- 
tion at this time, the possibility does 
exist only under the right conditions, 
Abramson concluded. 

Bienstock Is 
Rep Of Presley s 
New Pub Units 

NEW YORK — Vernon Presley, vice 
president of Elvis Presley’s new pub- 
lishing companies, Elvis Music, Inc. 
and White Haven Music, Inc., reports 
the appointment of Freddy Bienstock 
as exclusive worldwide rep and gener- 
al manager of the two newly formed 
music companies. 

Any interest and communications 
regarding material and other music 
business matters should be addressed 
to Bienstock, Elvis Music, Inc. and 
White Haven Music, Inc., at 1619 
Broadway, New York, New York 
10019. 

Administration and supervision for 
the two new companies will be han- 
dled through the Bienstock/Leiber/- 
Stoller firms of The Hudson Bay Mu- 
sic Co, and Yellow Dog Music, Inc., 
on a world wide basis. 


Abkco Actions 
Vs. Lennon, 
Harrison, Appit 

S c 

NEW YORK — Abkco Industries, 
Inc. has filed actions to recover al- 
leged loans and advances of “approx- 
imately $780,000” against John Len- 
non, George Harrison, Apple Films, 
Ltd. and Apple Records. The 
against Harrison was filed in Superi- 
or Court of Los Angeles, while the 
actions against Lennon, Apple Rec- 
ords and Apple Films Ltd. were filed 
in Supreme Court of New York. 


London Firm 
Fined On 
Piracy Charge 

LONDON — A firm convicted of the 
illegal copying of pre-recorded tapes 
in the Chancery Division of the High 
Court of Justice here, has been fined 
£885, ordered to turn over to the 
Court 1228 bogus tapes and to give 
the court an accounting of all its 
sales and profits. In addition, the de- 
fendant was permanently restrained 
from copying any of Plaintiffs’ copy- 
righted works. 

The judgment was made in a suit 
brought against Marble Arch Motor 
Supplies, Ltd., by WEA Records, Ltd., 
The Robert Stigwood Organization, 
Ltd., Decca Record Co., Ltd., The 
Grammaphon Co., Ltd., CBS United 
Kingdom, Ltd., and A & M Records, 
Ltd. 

Among the tapes that Marble Arch 
was accused of duplicating without 
authorization were albums by Carole 
King, The Carpenters, Blood, Sweat 
and Tears, Santana, The Moody 
Blues, The Beatles, Elvis Presley, The 
Jefferson Airplane, Tony Bennett, 
Barbra Streisand and Frank Sinatra. 


Judge Returns 
Equipment Tapes 
Seized in N.J. 

NEWARK — Federal Judge Freder- 
ick B. Lacey has ordered the return to 
four companies $400,000 in duplicat- 
ing equipment and tapes seized dur- 
ing a raid in New Jersey last Oct. The 
anti-pirate raid was conducted on be- 
half of music publishers represented 
by the Harry Fox Agency. Judge La- 
cey, who had previously attacked the 
nature of the information given him, 
said the writs of seizure had been 
based on “highly colored” affidavits 
presented by the music publishers. 


Keel A Subsid 
Of Pickwick 

WOODBURY N.Y. — Pickwick Inter- 
national, Inc. has acquired control of 
Keel Manufacturing Corp., a privately 
held company for an undesignated 
amount of cash. The acquisition was 
concluded after entry of an order, on 
June 11, confirming Keel’s plan of 
arrangement in proceedings under 
Chapter XI of the Bankruptcy Act. 

Keel is a New York-based manufac- 
turer which has pressed records for 
Pickwick and others. It will continue 
in the same business as a subsid of 
Pickwick. 


Binder/Porter For ) 
Wizard Labe! 

In Australia 

See Int’l News 


Cash Box — July 7, 1973 




150 Attend AGAC’S 1st ‘Rai 


DG Counterclaim 
In ABC Action 

NEW YORK — Deutsche Grammo- 
phon, in an answer and counterclaim, 
has denied charges in a suit filed by 
ABC/Dunhill Records in U.S. District 
Court of New York earlier this 
month. 

ABC/Dunhill claimed that DG failed 
to pay it advances on Riverside jazz 
product to be marketed by DG outside 
of the U.S. 

In its action, DG claims a breach of 
the agreement with ABC/Dunhill by, 
“among other things, hindering, 
delaying and failing to make possible 
the production and release . . .” of the 
recordings. DG demands judgment 
dismissing the complaint and a coun- 
terclaim judgment of $200,000. 


Writer Creates 
Recording On 
Christ's Life 

NEW YORK — “The Carpenters 
Son,” a musical interpretation of the 
life of Christ, has been recorded in 
Nashville for release this Oct. The 
2-disk set was conceived by writer 
Alex Zanetis, who wrote and pro- 
duced it and plays the role of Christ. 
Recorded over a four month period at 
Jack Clement Recording Studio, the 
package utilizes a symphonic orches- 
tra and more than 100 voices. Zane- 
tis, whose son Alex Zanetis, Jr. plays 
a role in the production and is a 
contributor of one song, owns Jack 
O’Diamonds Records of Nashville. 

No Sterling 
Sale To WCI 

NEW YORK— Warner Communica- 
tions Inc. and Sterling Communica- 
tions, Inc. said last week that it was 
t unable to reach a definitive agree- 
ment for the sale of Sterling Man- 
hattan Cable Television Inc. and other 
Sterling subsidiaries to WCI. An 
agreement in principle had been an- 
nounced by the two companies on 
May 9, under which WCI would have 
acquired the properties for $20 mil- 
lion in cash. Sterling announced it 
would continue the operation and de- 
velopment of its Manhattan and Long 
Island franchises. 

Carlin's 2nd 
RIAA Gold LP; 

TV Presentation 

HOLLYWOOD — George Carlin’s 
second RIAA gold album in a row 
will receive special attention when the 
award is presented to the comic on 
the “Burns and Schreiber Show” that 
airs Aug. 11 (ABC), according to Len 
Sachs, recently named director of 
marketing and distribution for the 
Monty Kay label. The new RIAA 
award goes to “Class Clown,” while 
Carlin’s initial LP, “AM/FM,” was 
also awarded a gold LP. Little David 
is distributed through Atlantic Rec- 
ords. 

Sachs also reported that another 
Little David act, Kenny Rankin, will 
receive strong TV coverage in the 
weeks ahead, including appearances 
on the Helen Reddy Show (5) and the 
Burns & Schreiber show (7). He’ll 
perform his new single, “Peaceful,” 
on both shows. Rankin will also be 
appearing at the Troubador in Los 
Angeles from July 3-8. During the 
last few months, Carlin and Rankin 
have appeared together in personal 
appearances. 

Sachs joined Little David after serv- 
ing as vp of sales & promotion at 
GSF Records in New York. Before 
that, he was associated with Com- 
monwealth United Records and for 
many years served with Atlantic Rec- 
ords as head of LP sales. 


Seek Menon 
Testimony In 
Knight Action 

NEW YORK — Bhaskar Menon, 
president of Capitol Records Inc. and 
Capitol Industries Inc., has been sub- 
poenaed as a material witness in the 
multi-million dollar breach of con- 
tract suits by Terry Knight against 
member of Grand Funk Railroad. 

Through Capitol, Knight’s lawyers 
say, Menon was served with a subpoe- 
na on June 25 and has been scheduled 
to appear in New York on July 5 to 
testify as to his knowledge of the 
facts in the Federal case. 

In addition to Menon, a Capitol 
vice president Charles H. Tillinghast, 
was also subpoenaed and has been 
scheduled to testify in New York on 
July 9. 

Both Menon and Tillinghast were 
demanded in the subpoenas to reveal 
their personal knowledge of the 
dealings between Capitol Records and 
Mark Farner, Melvin Schacher, Don- 
ald G. Brewer, John Eastman and An- 
drew Cavaliere from October 1, 1970 
to the present. 

Capitol’s alleged involvement first 
became public when Knight charged 
that New York attorney John East- 
man induced the members of Grand 
Funk Railroad away from his man- 
agement firm prior to March 7, 1972 
and that sometime thereafter Farner, 
Schacher and Brewer signed a three- 
year contract with Capitol and al- 
legedly received an approximate ad- 
vance of $300,000 against future roy- 
alties while still under contract to 
Knight. 

Knight recently filed suit in U.S. 
Federal Court in New York which 
charged Capitol, under Menon’s pres- 
idency, with unlawful conversion of 
funds. Knight has charged Capitol 
with illegally converting more than 
$510,545.97 in record royalties due 
Knight’s companies for its own use. 

Knight Decision 
Re. GFR Trademark 
Case In Knoxville 

NEW YORK — Terry Knight has 
secured another decision in the multi- 
ple court battles involving the alleged 
trademark violations on the Grand 
Funk Railroad tour last fall. 

The U.S. Federal Court in 
Knoxville entered a judgment of de- 
fault against GFR Enterprises, one of 
the three defendants in Knight’s suit 
seeking $300,000 in damages. 

Knight has brought a shareholders 
suit against GFR, the Knoxville Civic 
Center Auditorium and the city of 
Knoxville for alleged infringement of 
the registered trademarks “Grand 
Funk” and Grand Funk Railroad”. 
The trademarks are registered with 
the U.S. Patent Office and Knight has 
charged the auditorium and city with 
illegally making a profit from the 
unauthorized use of the mark. 

The trial to hear the charges again- 
st the city and the auditorium will be 
held in the Federal Courthouse in 
Knoxville on July 30. 

Cancellations 

Meanwhile, it was disclosed that the 
scheduled Grand Funk Railroad per- 
formance at the Singer Bowl in New 
York was cancelled last week. Prior 
to this, Knight publicly denied rumors 
of a settlement in any of the cases. In 
his statement to the press Knight 
confirmed that all unauthorized users 
of the trademarks would be “vigor- 
ously prosecuted”. A spokesman for 
Grand Funk said that the New York 
date was cancelled because the group 
had many “rain dates” to make-up. 
Group will play the Roosevelt Stadi- 
um in Jersey City. 


Hal David Is 
First Speaker 

NEW YORK — The American Guild 
of Authors & Composers (AGAC) 
started its New York writer “rap ses- 
sions” here last week before a turn- 
out of more than 150. The top 
speakers were lyricist Hal David and 
Billy Taylor, the musician who also 
moderated the event, held at the War- 
wick Hotel. 

Although AGAC has been holding 
Rap Sessions in California for the 
past year the turnout at this first 
East Coast meeting demonstrated the 
need for budding writers to have their 
questions answered by New York 
professionals. Sessions will be held 
every other week and the speakers 
will come from every area of the mu- 
sic business. 

David spoke of his early begin- 
nings, dissappointments and ultimate 
break-through as a result of tena- 
cious effort ... he strongly recom- 
mended establishing a rapport with 
an A & R man or record producer 
who believes in the writer to the 
point of advancing his career by feed- 
ing him material until he finds the 
approach and style that fulfills his 
particular needs. He discussed demos 
and said that a writer should not try 
to make a demo that sounded like a 
finished record. It then would be 
judged as a record, not as a song. The 
demo should only reflect the writer’s 
intent and style. 

Billy Taylor contributed several 
suggestions on ways to go that would 
foster writer-record company rela- 
tions. Taylor noted a deep concern of 
the need for copyright revision, and 
more rigorous enforcement of the 
laws concerning piracy. Taylor called 
for a strong letter writing campaign 
by writers and their friends to Con- 
gressmen. 

Other writers asked whether AS- 
CAP and BMI writers could collabo- 
rate. It was pointed out that this no 
longer presents a problem, as writers 

Raisin' Score 
To Blackwood; 

To Set Promo Drive 

NEW YORK — Blackwood Music has 
acquired the publishing rights to the 
score of “Raisin,” the Broadway- 
bound musical based on Lorraine 
Hansberry’s play, “A Raisin In The 
Sun.” 

“Raisin,” with music by Judd Wold- 
in and lyrics by Robert Brittan, re- 
cently opened at the Arena Stage in 
Washington, D.C., and will have its 
Broadway premiere Oct. 18 at the 
46th Street Theatre. 

Blackwood has launched an exten- 
sive promo campaign to call attention 
to its acquisition, according to Gary 
Klein, director of music publishing 
for April/Blackwood Music. During 
the past several days, mailgrams an- 
nouncing the agreement have been 
sent to key A&R personnel around 
the country and, in the next week, 
those same personnel will be fur- 
nished with an LP demo featuring 
songs from the show, along with lead 
sheets and a press kit which will in- 
clude tear sheets of last Sunday’s full 
page New York Times advertisement 
quoting the musical’s initial ava- 
lanche of critical acclaim. 

The book for “Raisin” was written 
by Robert Nemiroff and Charlotte 
Zaltzberg. The production will be di- 
rected and choreographed by Donald 
McKayle. The original play, “A Rais- 
in In The Sun,” ran for 530 per- 
formances on Broadway and was 
awarded the New York Drama Critics 
Award. 


can freely write together regai 
of professional affiliation. 

Several writers requested that 
AGAC make available a service '.'nm 
would bring composers and lyric 
writers together as collaborator. 
Such a clearing house service has 
been instituted and was reported in 
the last issue of the AGAC quarterly 
bulletin. 

A production writer asked, “How 
many songs do you show to a pro- 
ducer and when do you give up on a 
particular project?” Bob Brittan was 
given the floor. He told how he and 
Judd Woldin had, in 1965, written a 
group of songs for a musical based 
on “Raisin In The Sun” as a project 
for the BMI Musical Theatre Work- 
shop. And finally eight years later, 
the production by the Arena Stage 
Theatre in Washington, D.C. to criti- 
cal acclaim. “Raisin” will open at the 
46th Street Theatre in New York on 
Oct. 18. 

“My reason for relating this ex- 
perience is to point out that a writer 
should never give up on a project in 
which he sincerely believes,” David 
said. 

The questions and answers contin- 
ued till the session was adjourned at 
10 P.M. But there was an informal 
on-going session for a half-hour af- 
ter. The next “Rap Session” will be 
held at the same place, the Warwick 
Hotel, on July 10th at 8 P.M. The 
speakers will be Hank Medress and 
Dave Appel, producers of the #1 
Dawn hits, “Candida,” “Knock Three 
Times,” “Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round 
The Old Oak Tree,” which together 
have sold over 17,000.000 records. 
Charles Singleton (“Strangers In 
The Night,” “Spanish Eyes,” etc.,) 
will moderate. 

Havermans Exits 
Focus; Goes Solo 
Via MGM Records 

HOLLYWOOD — Cyril Havermans, a 
former member of Focus, has left the 
group for a solo career and signed 
with MGM Records. His first LP, 
“Cyril: Out of Focus,” is scheduled 
for rush-summer release, according to 
the label’s senior vice president Tony 
Scotti. 

Scotti, who signed Havermans, 
served as execu producer of the debut 
LP, recorded in Los Angeles by pro- 
ducer John D’Andrea. 

All but one of the album cuts have 
music and lyrics by Havermans, who 
provides the vocals and is heard on 
bass and accoustic guitars. He is 
backed on the LP by Focus members 
Jan Akkerman, Thijs van Leer and 
Pierre v.d. Linden. 

Focus was formed in Holland and 
became a dominant group in Europe 
before its progressive sound brought 
it U.S. success. It is currently on 
American radio and record charts 
with the single, “Hocus Pocus,” and 
albums “Focus 3” and “Moving 
Waves.” 

“Cyril became interested in moving 
from the group so that we might 
make fuller use of the voice not so 
much for lyrics as an additional in- 
strument,” Scotti commented. “The 
parting was amicable, and MGM is 
happy to have Cyril on the roster. 

Havermans songs feature titles 
such as “A Long Line of Goodbyes,” 
“A Charm of Love Can Be.” “Theme 
for an Imaginary Lady,” “Ev’ry Day 
(Just for You),” “Share Those 
Dreams,” “Get Yourself By," “Lady 
Sadsong,” “There’s A Pain.” and 
“Broken Dreams.” The one exception 
to the originals is “The Humpbacked 
Fluteplayer,” a traditional tune. 

Focus is scheduled to make another 
cross-country tour during the June 
29-September 2 period, covering some 
20 states and parts of Canada. Haver- 
mans, while he won't be performing 
with them, is expected to accompany 
the group. 


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NEW YORK — Goddard Lieberson, 
president of the CBS/Records Group, 
has announced the appointment of 
Robert Altshuler as vice president of 
information services at the CBS/Rec- 
ords Group. 

Altshuler, who has been director of 
press and information services for 
Columbia, Epic and Columbia Custom 
Labels during the past eight years, 
will be responsible to Lieberson for 
press and information activities of 
the group. He will supervise the press 
department of CBS Records and work 
closely with CBS Records Internation- 
al press offices. In addition to his du- 
ties for the group, Altshuler will 
function as liaison for CBS corporate 
affairs. 

Prior to joining Columbia Records 
in 1965, Altshuler headed several rec- 
ord companies press departments, in- 
cluding Atlantic and United Artists. 
In the years in which he has super- 
vised the Columbia and Epic press 
departments, both the New York and 
Los Angeles offices have undergone 
major expansion. 



Bob Altshuler 


Levinson Co. 

Sues AS Ross 

NEW YORK — A $110,948.64 damage 
suit has been filed in Federal District 
Court here against A1 Ross and ASR 
Enterprises, Ltd. by Levinson Associ- 
ates, Inc. 

The action charges in part Ross 
“embarked upon a scheme to deceive 
and defraud (the corporation) for his 
own personal advantage,” while rep- 
resenting the public relations firm in 
New York, from Jan., 1970, until his 
“discharge for . . . cause” in Dec., 
1972. 

It alleges that Ross wrongfully 
borrowed funds from clients for his 
personal use; diverted to himself mon- 
ies owed the corporation by clients; 
and, wrongfully charged the corpora- 
tion for personal expenses. 

The complaint says that part of the 
total sought represents loans made to 
Ross by the. PR firm at various times 
during their business relationship, 
while another portion claims furnish- 
ings and equipment Ross assertedly 
refused to return following his termi- 
nation. 

The suit asserts that Ross, who al- 
legedly at no time had a proprietary 
interest in the corporation, wrongful- 
ly attempted to induce clients and 
prospective clients of Levinson Asso- 
ciates, Inc., to instead become Ross 
clients. This, the suit declares, vio- 
lated a written ag7.-eement between 
Ross and the firm, ar.d it interfered 
with contractual relations the firm 
had with its clients. 

Ross is cited under his given name, 
Alvin Rosenberg, as well as “A1 
Ross,” in the action. He’s operating in 
New York. 

Levinson Associates, Inc., rep- 
resented in the action by the New 
York firm of Hardee, Baroviek, 
Konecky & Braun, maintains wholly- 
owned offices here, at 10 West 66th 
Street, and in Los Angeles. 



MAN OF HONOR — Dmitri Shostakovich, prominent Soviet composer, was 
the guest of honor at a June 20th luncheon hosted by president Stanley Adams 
of ASCAP in New York. The luncheon on the eve of Shostakovich’s return 
to the Soviet Union took place at Le Poulailler Restaurant and was attended 
by many distinguished musical figures. L. to R. at the ASCAP luncheon are: 
Maestro Shostakovich, ASCAP president Stanley Adams, ASCAP composer 
Aaron Copland and Mrs. Shostakovich. Other prominent guests included 
ASCAP composers Morton Gould, Peter Mennin, Eugene Ormandy and Ezra 
Laderman plus Mr. & Mrs. Isaac Stem, as well as ASCAP publishers Arnold 
Broido, Ernest Farmer, Arthur Cohn and W. Stuart Pope. 


Atlantic Expands 

Holonfz Unit Chief 

NEW YORK — Jerry Greenberg, sen- 
ior vice president and general man- 
ager of Atlantic Records, has an- 
nounced new and expanded duties for 
Bob Rolontz, firm’s vice president in 
charge of advertising and public re- 
lations. 

Rolontz’s new duties in the ad field 
include the expansion of ad programs 
into the video-TV area. Atlantic re- 
cently enlarged its ad department; 
Bob Defrin is advertising art direc- 
tor, Elin Guskind is chief copywriter, 
and Marsha Green is in charge of 
media buys through the firm’s East- 
West Advertising agency. Rolontz will 
continue to oversee all public rela- 
tions activities. 

John Gibson has been appointed 
director of the newly created artist 
development department. He will over- 
see the activities of the publicity 
and artist relations department in 

Cunha To Head 
Audio Devices; 
Powell To EMI 

HOLLYWOOD — Bhaskar Menon, 
president and chief exec officer of 
Capitol Industries, Inc., has an- 
nounced the election of Anthony P. 
Cunha as president and chief operat- 
ing officer of Audio Devices, Inc., ef- 
fective July 5. Cunha will report to 
Menon who is chairman and chief ex- 
ecutive officer of Audio Devices, Inc. 

Cunha will assume his new post 
succeeding Graham J. Powell, who 
will be leaving Audio to take up a 
senior exec appointment with EMI, 
London. 

Cunha joined Audio in July, 1969, 
as marketing manager and subse- 
quently served as director of inter- 
national operations and president of 
Emitape, Inc. He is presently execu- 
tive vice president of the company. 

A graduate of Georgetown Univer- 
sity’s School of Foreign Service, 
Cunha was previously associated with 
General Telephone & Electronics In- 
ternational, ultimately as merchandis- 
ing supervisor. He also worked for 
the international division of RCA, 
specializing in the marketing of mag- 
netic products, semi-conductors and 
television picture tubes; and for 
RCA’s Magnetic Products Division, 
as marketing manager. 


in TV Ad Field 

this new post and will coordinate all 
the activities of developing new talent 
on the roster. He will work closely 
with Atlantic’s artist relations depart- 
ment, which includes Barbara Hands 
and Tunc Erim in the East and Bill 
Yaryan on the West Coast. 

Sandy Gibson has been named pub- 
licity director and will be responsible 
for the day to day running of that 
department. She will be working 
closely with Rolontz and Gibson. 



John & Sandy Gibson 


Schwaid Signs 
Independents 

NEW YORK — Bob Schwaid today 
announced that he has just signed 
one of the hottest new groups, the 
Independents, to his Thruppence Ltd. 
management firm. 

Schwaid, who has managed such 
top artists as Van Morrison and Miri- 
am Makeba, is presently personal 
manager for superstar vocalist A1 
Green, Cymande, a West Indian rock 
band and comic Lonnie Shorr. The 
Independents are Chuck Johnson, 
Maurice Jackson, Eric Thomas and 
Helen Curry. 


Graham To Chelsea 
As VP Of Promotion 

HOLLYWOOD — Don Graham has 
joined Chelsea Records as vp of pro- 
motion, according to Wes Farrell, 
president of the label’s parent compa- 
ny, Wes Farrell Organization. 

Graham, a vet promo-sales figure, 
has left his post as director of na- 
tional projects at Chess/Janus on the 
west coast. Before his two year asso- 
ciation with Chess/Janus, Graham was 
a partner in the Blue Thumb label, 
later sold to Famous Music, and spent 
five years in the A&M Records’ orga- 
nization. 

Farrell, terming the Graham ap- 
pointment as one of the most impor- 
tant in the history of his label, said 
that Graham’s activities would include 
coordination with RCA Records, man- 
ufacturer and distributor of Chelsea 
product. One of Graham’s first as- 
signments will be to work on the 
company’s release of Bobby Hart’s 
“Easy Evil.” 

Ms. Bennett To 
New CBS Post 

NEW YORK — Joan Griewank, man- 
agement development exec for the 
CBS/Records Group, has announced 
the appointment of Octavia Bennett 
as her assistant. 

Ms. Bennett will assist Ms. Grie- 
wank in all areas relating to corpor- 
ate manpower and development pro- 
grams and will work closely with 
Jane Friedmann, woman counselor for 
the CBS/Records Group. 

Most recently, Ms. Bennett served 
as secretary to the president of the 
CBS/Records Group. She joined CBS 
in 1960 after attending the City Uni- 
versity of New York and Pace U. 



Octavia Bennett 


Papa John 
Exits Tuna 

SAN FRANCISCO — Grunt Records 
president Bill Thompson has an- 
nounced that Papa John Creach will no 
longer be performing with Hot Tuna 
but will be devoting his time to re- 
cording a new album and performing 
with his own band. Papa John, how- 
ever, will continue to record with 
Jefferson Airplane. 

The 55-year-old violinist has been 
performing with both Jefferson Air- 
plane and Hot Tuna for the last two 
years and has recorded “Bark,” “Long 
John Silver,” and their latest Air- 
plane live LP, “Thirty Seconds Over 
Winterland” with them. 

Between touring with Jefferson Air- 
plane and Hot Tuna and recording 
with both bands, Papa John has re- 
corded two solo albums for Grunt: 
“Papa John Creach,” released in 1971 
and “Filthy!” released in 1972. Papa 
John is now making plans for a third 
solo album for Grunt. 


Duffy To Sound Mkt 

CHICAGO — Sound Market Recording 
Co. has announced that Marita Duffy 
has joined the studio staff as pro- 
duction manager. 

Duffy was previously with Sieber 
& McIntyre, Inc. as an account serv- 
ice manager and the Leo Burnett 
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NEW YORK— SPEEDY KEEN: AND THE NEXT THUNDERCLAP YOU HEAR 


The record industry has oftened been likened to an aleatory vinyl wheel of 
fortune when it comes to predicting the odds of success. It’s a lot of chance, and 
chance seems to depend on the turn of a card (rather the return of a r.s.v.p. card 
sent to notable critics and members of the press, whose presence can sometimes 
influence success). It is the toss of a coined campaign — slogans of tumidity 
rather than humility which help to promote prosperity — and of course it is the 
spin of a disc, providing that program directors remember the catchy slogan that 
usually accompanies each piece of vinyl: As Tony Randall would probably say, 
speaking for his Odd Couple character Felix Unger, "Oh the fortuity and fatuity of 
it all.” 

In this ambience of chance one discovers that even the Odd Couple TV starrers 
Tony Randall and Jack Klugman have made themselves a record. Not one for 
Guinness Book of World Records although the fact that neither of them (especial- 
ly Jack) is considered an accomplished singer could earn them recognition there. 

Luck was on their side. All the critics and press turned up. The Odd Couple 
party was held at Pips on a fading weekday afternoon. Earlier that day a piano 
had been specially procurred and moved into the private key club with the 
understanding that it would have to be one that would self destruct on a certain 
key or would be moved out immediately at the reception's close, along with party 
crashers and others who didn’t own a Pips passe-partout. The piano, for the first 
hour or so, served as a place to support bibulous guests and as a spot where 
they could set down their hors d’oeuvers. 


Before beginning, let me preface by stating that spending an afternoon with 
Speedy Keen was quite a pleasing and memorable experience. Possibly the most 
impressive aspect of the man was his genuine sincerity and his absolutely "real” 
nature. Real performers are hard to find and it’s always a true find when sincerity 
is obvious. 

John “Speedy” Keen is but 27 years old. If the name isn’t familiar yet, it will 
be. He first came to public light as a result of his participation with the 
Thunderclap Newman group and their brilliant, classic “Something In The Air” 
single and “Hollywood Dream” album, but that was not the actual musical 
beginning for the man. As a writer, Speedy composed "Club Of Lights” for Oscar, 
the lead performer in the British version of "Hair” as well as “I’m An Ear,” which 
was performed by The Who on their “The Who Sell Out” LP. 

Speedy also produced in England for a time. Some of his works include albums 
by Valentine (unreleased in the States) and (believe it or not) Frankie Reed and 
His Rock and Roll Circus. Which brings us to the present and Speedy’s solo debut 
LP, “Previous Convictions,” an absolute gem of a disk. 

"Previous Convictions” is, in effect, Speedy Keen’s baby, and a product of 
which he is quite proud and justifiably so. Included on the album along with his 
own material, Speedy included a version of Bob Dylan’s classic “Positively Fourth 
Street”. As for the inclusion of the song, Speedy says that he always wanted to 
be original but his respect for Dylan as the “man of the moment for the 
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THE ODD COUPLE 


No one expected that this music box in the guise of a table would suddenly 
lend itself to a “simple melody" that Tony and Jack would sing along to under 
the glare of TV cameras. When the song ended so had the party. The post-party 
comments were very favorable. Everyone thought the food was good and guests 
especially heeded the message printed on tenuous cocktail napkins, which read, 
"The Odd Couple Sings?” 

Turn of a card, toss of a coin, and the flop of a page on the calendar showed 
lunch with the comic duo at a Hollywood restaurant. Randall and Klugman were 
found conspicuously squeezed into a booth, their glutei barely holding on. This 
wasn’t even their table but rather that of friends they had table-hopped to for a 
moment. They rose to greet their CASHBOX interviewer and then looked to each 
other with hopes of being led to the properly designated table. About this time a 
consultation with the maitre d’ seemed like the appropriate thing to do. His 
answer: "No reservation but we’ll try to accomodate you as soon as possible.” 

“No reservation,” Klugman protested in disbelief, threatening that he was 
hungry enough to forgo the restaurant in favor of a hot dog stand across the 
street. Klugman didn’t mean to be short tempered, but it was just that he had 
been up since six that morning promoting the record. And while Klugman 
protested, Randall maintained his civilized countenance and offered smiles that 
suggested that Klugman was only kidding. Finally the benign owner of the 
establishment rushed over to Randall and his ailing gourmand, apologized for the 
service and secured them a table. Now Klugman was feeling better. He really 
didn’t want a hot dog anyway as he quickly placed his order for eggs benedict. 

Now the interview was almost ready to commence. It did, right after a woman 
escorted her two-year-old daughter up to the table in pursuit of an autograph. 
The toddler was obviously too young to even know what the word “autograph” 
even meant, but she knew that mommy wanted her to hand Mr. Klugman a piece 
of paper and a pen. When the mother had got what she wanted, they toddled 
away. Tony’s aside: "The schmucky woman.” 

While the food was being prepared, Tony explained the preparations that went 
into the making of their album. Randall tells us that the LP was conceived by 

(Cont’d on page 14) 


Dylan as Speedy’s treatment is definitely one of tender, loving care. He also 
believes that the song was advanced for the time it was released and that it is 
definitely suited for today and that today’s generation should listen to it’s lyrics 
very closely. He admits to never attempting to top the original, just to portray the 
song to the next generation coming up, a generation with which he is quite 
concerned. 

Speedy is a conscious individual in that he is very concerned about the prob- 
lems of the seventies and admits to his concern over the drug problems of the 
generation. In fact, he is in the process of writing an "expose” of morphine in 
the form of song. 

Speedy Keen is a drummer by trade, but plays guitar and keyboards as well. 
More specifically, he is a renaissance musician. He learns instruments and howto 
play them for the parts he wants to play on his recordings. His past session work 
includes studio time with John McVie and his group and “Screaming” Lord 
Sutch, among others, previous to his association with Andy Newman and the 
Thunderclap group. 

In describing the “sound” and “intention” of Thunderclap Newman, Speedy 
simply explains that at the time everyone was duplicating a basic hard rock 
sound, but the result was that everyone ended up creating basically the same 
thing. Thunderclap tried, and succeeded in creating that “new” sound and as 
Speedy puts it, "the formula simply worked”. The dissolution of the group came 
as a disappointment to many but Speedy claims that in the near future, 
Thunderclap may very well give it a go again ... we certainly hope so. 

As an individual performer Speedy is ready to begin performing but won’t do so 
in the States until the Fall when he will be the opening act on the Who’s 
American tour. His philosophy on performing live is simply that he’s hoping to 
relate to his audiences on a personal level. Speedy Keen to audience, as opposed 
to Speedy Keen’s material to audience. Judging by the warm, individual, friendly 
nature of the man, he should’nt have too much difficulty. He sincerely believes 
that performances should never have to be a battle, especially when opening for 
a band such as The Who. He even admits to possibly becoming embarrassed over 
a positive crowd reaction. On the other hand, Speedy related that a negative 

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BLUES PROJECT REUNION — Playing together for the first time in six 
years, the original members of The Blues Project reunited last week for three 
concerts: Philadelphia (June 20), Washington D.C. (June 23) and New York 
(June 24). The Sunday June 24 concert at The Schaefer Music Festival in 
Central Park was recorded live, and is a soon-to-be-released LP on A1 Koop- 
er’s Sounds of The South label to be distributed by MCA Records. Seen here 
at a press conference in MCA’s New York offices Thursday June 21, The 
Blues Project discuss their decision to reunite, recount their activities for 
the past six years and outline future plans. Left to right: Andy Kulberg, 
Danny Kalb, A1 Kooper, Roy Blumenfeld, and Steve Katz. In background are 
(left) Pete Mollica, MCA New York promotion man and Irv Lichtman, vice 
president and editorial director, Cash Box. 


Terry Williams 
LP Via Farrell 

HOLLYWOOD — The Wes Farrell 
Organization, in conjunction with 
Janssen Productions, has produced 
the new album by Terry Williams of 
the First Edition. 

Danny Janssen and Bobby Hart, 
who have successfully produced Aus- 
tin Roberts for Chelsea Records and 
Vikki Carr for Columbia Records re- 
cently, supervised and produced 
Williams’ album for MGM. A single, 
“Come On Little Lady,” has been re- 
leased. 


TRC Signs 2 

INDIANAPOLIS — Talun Record 
Corp. has announced the signing of 
two new artists to its TRC label. 
Louise Morgan, a country singer, and 
Cari Inman, a rock artist, have both 
been signed to multi-year pacts, ac- 
cording to R. Gary Schatzlein, 
Talun’s vice president for A&R. LP’s 
featuring both artists are currently 
in production at Talun’s Indianapolis 
studios, and are tentatively scheduled 
for fall release. 


Casran Signs 
With Lowrey 

ATLANTA, GA. - — John Randall and 
Jim Cassady, known professionally 
as Casran, have signed a writing and 
recording contract with Lowery Mu- 
sic Company and Bill Lowery Pro- 
ductions, Inc., part of the Lowery 
Group. 

Casran’s first single, “Someone 
Meant For Me”, as written by Tom- 
my Roe and produced by Roe and 
Sonny Limbo, is being rushed re- 
leased by MGM Records. 

Campana Deal 
w/ Dick Linke 

NEW YORK — Frank Campana 
Management, Inc. will be joining for- 
ces with Dick Linke Associates of 
Hollywood. Plans are for Campana 
to expand his present operation in 
New York by signing major talent. 
Campana established his company in 
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NEW YORK: SPEEDY KEEN (from page 12) 

crowd reaction would not disappoint him, only spur him on to try harder, which in 
turn would help him find out why and where he was making a mistake if any. 
Thus far, audiences he has encountered, with the exception of those in America 
where he has never performed, have greeted him with open arms. He sincerely 
looks forward to performing in the states and feels that it will be successful. 

Speedy the man as opposed to Speedy the performer is a genuinely friendly 
soul. He loves meeting people. So much in fact, that he carries a camera with 
him wherever he goes in order to photograph everyone he meets. He claims to 
want to remember everyone on his next trip to America. The photos are for the 
purpose of "home study". 

Speedy Keen is in no way a complex individual but then again is in no way a 
creature of habit. The prediction here is that his individual charisma, coupled 
with his amazing talent, will take him to the heights. He certainly deserves 
whatever degree of success his aspirations hold. Speedy Keen, to put things in 
proper perspective, is a nice guy. Americans are certainly in for a treat. 

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HOLLYWOOD: THE ODD COUPLE (from page 12) 

Bernie Fass and recorded in England with Roland Shaw and the London Festival 
Orchestra. Klugman interjected,” They offered to pay my way to London. I figured 
a free trip like that would be worth it.” A cursory recounting shows that Tony is 
the more seasoned singer of the two. He has previously cut two more albums and 
a Broadway show (“Oh Captain”) while Klugman has only had one Broadway cast 
album (“Gypsy”). Jack did recall the time he sung a song called “Lucky” in a 
film of the same title. It was relatively easy for him to recall since he seldom 
sings. The song “Lucky” describes Klugman’s singing abilities. Tony Randall has 
his own lucky song called “Lucky Lindy” off of one of his old solo albums. He 
recently sang it at a party before the man in charge of the Metropolitan Opera. 
When queried as to how the fellow liked it, Tony said, “His compliment was ‘In all 
my years of opera I have never heard a voice like yours.’ ” 

Klugman hasn’t been “lucky” enough yet to see his English muffins soaked in 
hollidaise sause but in the endurance he continues to politely answer questions 
about “The Odd Couple Sings." 

When asked about his paid vacation in London, he replied, “Five grueling days 
at ten hours a day. Every time I thought we had finished a song, Tony. . .” he 
paused in ambivilence and then continued, “kept telling us we could do it better. 
Tony is a perfectionist.” The perfectionist admitted to many, many retakes in the 
studio until finally there was no more studio time left. Had the studio time been 
unlimited, Jack might have still been eating his eggs benedict there. Klugman 
revealed that on the parts where the two of them had to harmonize Tony would 
record his part first and then sing in Jack’s ear the correct part for tone deft 
Klugman to emulate. Tony said, “You see I’d hum along in his ear,” and Klug- 
man spoofed, “And I followed him anywhere.” 

On the record Tony and Jack sing some Broadway tunes and some pop. 
London may release "You’re So Vain" as a single. Randall conceeded that he had 
never heard of the song until they sent him a copy of it to learn. Tony, in fact, 
has never purchased a pop record before. The last record he bought was 
Kathleen Ferrier’s "Kindertolenlieder.” Jack’s last visit to a record store was for 
an LP by Steve and Edye. 

Both Jack and Tony will tour in Neil Simon’s “Odd Couple” for a part of the 
summer, then resume their fifth year on the television show. In departing from 
the restaurant a pedestrian caught sight of their album cover and mumbled to 
themselves aloud, "The Odd Couple Sings. Gee I didn’t know that.” Odds are that 
most don’t, but hearing is believing. Odds are that most will like the package in a 
kinky, unexplainable, unpredictable sort of way. ron baron 


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DAVID CLAYTON-THOMAS visited the offices of Cash Box last week and 
visited with Irv Lichtman, vp and director of editorial, and Marty Ostrow, 
executive vp. The artist’s debut album on RCA is called “David Clayton- 
Thomas,” from which a single, “Hernando’s Hideaway” has been culled as a 
single. 


Norby Walters 
‘Showcase 73’ 

NEW YORK — - Norby Walters Asso- 
ciates, N.Y. -based talent agency, with 
offices in Florida and Calif., once 
again ran its annual Showcase on 
June 17, 18, & 19. Headquarters and 
accommodations were at the Ramada 
Inn at Kennedy Airport, and this 
years Showcase club was Jupiters, a 
400 seat club in Franklin Square. 

Over 150 Hotelkeepers and 
clubowners from all over the U.S. 
were in attendance as 30 self- 
contained lounge units were shown, 
with 10 performing each night. The 
Walters agency picks up the entire 
tab for everything, including hotel, 
food, liquor, transportation, etc., and 
claims that the cost is offset when the 
buyers see the acts, because they buy 
more acts, for more time. Every ma- 
jor hotel chain in the country had 
representatives there, such as Shera- 
ton, Hilton, Marriott, Holiday Inn, 
Treadway, and Ramada Inn. In addi- 
tion, many buyers from Vegas, Ta- 
hoe, Reno, Puerto Rico, Miami, & the 
entire Carribean were also present. 

The Norby Walters Agency, one of 
the largest independents in the 
lounge field, feels that the showing 
of the Annual Showcase, generates 
interest for self-contained units in 
areas that normally might not run 
with full time entertainment. 


Jim Bailey 
Concert LP 
Set By UA 

NEW YORK — Singer-impressionist 
Jim Bailey’s Carnegie Hall concert 
held May 20 will be issued as a two- 
record LP by United Artists early 
next month. 

Bailey’s impressions of Judy Gar- 
land and Barbra Streisand, as well as 
his own renditions of songs, will be 
featured in the release. Nik Venet, 
who handled similar chores on 
Bailey’s debut LP, “Jim Bailey,” will 
produce. 

Bailey’s next appearance is at 
O’Keefe Center in Toronto, July 5-7. 

A&M Inks 
French Combo 

NEW YORK — Managers Ken 
Greengrass and Phil Lawrence have 
announced they have concluded an 
agreement with A&M Records for 
Magma, a French Jazz/Rock Group. 
The deal reportedly involves multiple 
albums to be produced by Giorgio 
Gomelski, one of Europe’s foremost 
producers. Magma, an innovative new 
group, will make its U.S. debut July 
7 at Philharmonic Hall, at the New- 
port in New York Jazz Festival. 

A&M plans to release Magma’s 
first album in the U. S. to coinC s 
with the group’s New York appear- 
ance. 



DOROTHEA’S JO -In celebration of Dorothea Joyce’s Carnegie Re- 

cital Hall appearance, Evolution Records hosted a party at the hall’s Blue 
Room. Pictured above are 'from left), ASCAP’s Ted Williams, Dorothea 
Joyce and Loren Becker, president of Evolution Records. 


Angel Film Writer LP Series 


LOS ANGELES — Citing its stand- 
ing as the only major classical record 
label with a Hollywood home office 
(Capitol Records at Hollywood and 
Vine), Angel is seriously into the 
film music scene. In fact, two new 
releases of music by Miklos Rozsa 
and Alfred Newman are being added 
to their movie catalog this month. 

Merchandising and advertising 
manager Brad Engel, himself a movie 
soundtrack collector, points out the 
immense popularity enjoyed today by 
soundtracks and modern recordings 
of vintage themes. “Beyond the fa- 
mous scores by great established 
composers like Walton’s Shake- 
spearean films, Prokofiev’s ‘Alexan- 
der Nevsky’ and ‘Ivan the Terrible’ 
and Shostakovich’s many film scores 
(we have two albums from these on 
Melodiya/Angel), there is all the fine 
work being done by the Hollywood 
professionals. Rozsa and Newman 
represent a golden age of underscor- 
ing, but there are the younger com- 
posers whose innovations have added 
much to the art. On Angel we recent- 
ly released Richard Rodney Bennett’s 
‘Lady Caroline Lamb’ and Alfred 
Ralston’s ‘Young Winston.’ and John 
Lanchbery’s score for ‘Peter Rabbit 
and Tales of Beatrix Potter’ was a 
surprise hit.” 

One of Angel’s best-selling 
soundtrack albums is “Henry VIII 
and His Six Wives”; while the 
feature film has not yet been released 
in America, the album benefits, Engel 
believes, from the exposure of com- 
Orange,’ ‘Slaughterhouse-Five’ and 
for the similarly titled BBC-TV 
series, “The Six Wives of Henry 
VIII,” which also featured actor 
Keith Michell and authentic English 
Renaissance music. 

Films that incorporate the classics, 
Brad Engel says, are a tremendous 
boost for classical record sales. “ ‘El- 
vira Madigan,’ ‘2001,’ ‘A Clockwork 
Orange,’ ‘Slaughterhouse-Five’ and 
‘Ludwig’ stimulated catalog sales on 
the legitimate classical repertoire 


utilized in the films. And we’ve made 
niuch of the music readily accessible 
in albums tied specifically to the 
films. Our philosophy here is towards 
complete compositions whenever pos- 
sible — not just the snippets.” 

Angel’s two new albums, “Miklos 
Rozsa Conducts His Great Film Mu- 
sic” (S-36063) and “Alfred Newman 
Conducts His Great Film Music” (S- 
36066), were recorded by Angel’s 
parent firm Capitol, and won praise 
for their stereo sound when original- 
ly releases. “But remastering has 
made them even better. Besides, 
they’ve been very scarce for the last 
few years since the Capitol Classics 
line was dismantled, and the current 
film music revival was the perfect 
time to bring them back.” 

Bell Releases 
Sweet Album 

NEW YORK — Dave Carrico, vice 
president of A & R for Bell Records, 
has announced that the label is rush- 
ing the release of the debut album in 
this country by The Sweet, a top 
British band. Titled, “Little Wil- 
ly/Blockbuster” after the group’s two 
big singles, the LP will receive the 
full resources of Bell’s promotion 
and marketing staff. 

“Little Willy” by The Sweet was 
recently part of Bell’s unprecedented 
sweep of the top three chart posi- 
tions in the music trade publications. 
The excitement generated by the mil- 
lion-selling “Little Willy” is now 
being sustained by “Blockbuster.” 


Correction 

Bob Crewe, and not Bob Gaudio, pro- 
duced the new Frankie Valli and the 
4 Seasons single “How Come?” Mo- 
town’s ad of June 23, incorrectly 
stated that Gaudio produced the rec- 
ord whereas he actually wrote the 
vocal arrangement. 



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NEW YORK — London Records’ vice 
president of sales and marketing, 
Herb Goldfarb; has announced that 
“July Is Savoy Brown Month,” pro- 
moting the popular veteran British 
blues, boogie, and rock outfit and 
their new Parrot/London album “Jack 
The Toad.” 

Goldfarb went on to note that tour- 
coordinated radio, print, and in-store 
promotion are already underway, not- 
ing that television advertising will 
begin as Savoy returns to the States 
for the second leg of their tour. The 
second segment of the tour will begin 
with a date at Alumni Stadium, Ho- 
lyoke, Massachusetts, July 10, and 
will find the band bouncing swiftly 
across the country and back, winding 
up the month as lead on a bill at 
Ford Stadium in Detroit. 



Dylan's Songs 

For 'Garrett' 

NEW YORK — Columbia Records 
will release the soundtrack album of 
the MGM film, “Pat Garrett & Billy 
The Kid,” the songs for which were 
composed by Bob Dylan. 

The track features 10 new Dylan 
songs, all of which were written ex- 
clusively for the Sam Peckinpah film, 
which stars James Coburn, Kris Kris- 
tofferson and Dylan himself, making 
his screen acting debut. 

Dylan the performer is joined on 
the LP by a host of top recording 
artists, including Roger McGuinn, 
Booker T., Priscilla Jones, Russ 
Kunkel, Jim Keltner and Bruce Lang- 
horn. The album was produced by 
Gordon Carroll. 


HOLLYWOOD — Capitol Records mer- 
chandising director Dennis Killeen 
and manager of Grand Funk Railroad 
Andrew Cavaliere, have unveiled 
plans for a “massive” promotion cam- 
paign that will coincide with the re- 
lease of Grand Funk’s single and al- 
bum both of which are called “We’re 
An American Band.” 

Initial meeting over the campaign 
objectives were held at the Capitol 
Tower in Los Angeles with Grand 
Funk’s management early in April. At 
that time a full promo plan which 
would make use of all forms of media 
was devised. A color teaser campaign 
has already kicked off the promo in 
the trade publications. The first teaser 
was an encircled hand of Uncle Sam. 
This is the new Grand Funk logo that 
will appear in all advertising, the al- 
bum package, stickers, T-shirts, tour 
posters, and all tour support materi- 
als. 

The second teaser not only included 
the new logo, but one line which read 
“We’re Shippin’ It gold.” In celebra- 
tion of Grand Funk having had all of 
its albums certified gold, Capitol rec- 
ords will press the single as well as 
the album in gold vinyl. 

All trade advertising will lead up to 
the release of the single in early July 
and will coincide with the Grand 
Funk’s tour, which begins in July and 
continues through Sept. The con- 
sumer print campaign includes all 
major rock/music publications as well 
as major non-rock publications. This 
print campaign will run for three 
months, opening with teaser and tour 
ads in July. 

Coinciding with the print teaser 
campaign will be a billboard cam- 
paign on Los Angeles’s Sunset Strip. 
Starting in July the billboard will 
change once a month for three 
months. The first month will not car- 
ry Grand Funks name, that will be 
left to the public to guess about until 


the release of their single “We’re An 
American Band.” 

Radio-TV Coverage 

Along with the big print campaign 
that will coincide with their release of 
Grand Funk’s single, album, and tour 
dates, will be a special promo cam- 
paign. Opening with the first date of 
the tour, comprehensive broadcast 
coverage not only in radio, but televi- 
sion and film will precede and follow 
them. Two television commercials, a 
30 second and a 60 second, will ap- 
pear in each city prior to their live- 
in-concert appearance. Both of the 
spots were produced by Chip Prosnit 
and Lynn Goldsmith, executive pro- 
ducer Andrew Cavaliere, and directed 
by Lynn Goldsmith. The spots feature 
the highlights of a 10 minute film 
directed by Peter Nevard and Lynn 
Goldsmith. The Film will be made 
available to movie theatres through 
CMA and will specifically be seen in 
those cities that Grand Funk appears 
in on their tour. The film will also be 
placed locally on television by the 
Capitol promo field force. 

Chelsea Joins 
RCA Summer' 
Incentive 

NEW YORK — Chelsea Records has 
joined RCA Records “Summer Pow- 
er” sales, promo, advertising and pub- 
licity campaign with an incentive pro- 
gram of its own for sales managers, 
salesmen and promo men. 

The incentive program covers the 
entire Chelsea catalog, including sin- 
gles, records and tapes. And those in 
the field who make the most remark- 
able total effort on behalf of Chelsea 
product will win a trip for two to 
either Las Vegas or the Bahamas, ac- 
cording to Wes Farrell, president 
of Chelsea, and Doug Lee, manager 
of custom label sales at RCA. 

Judging will be on the basis of 
creative merchandising, sales fulfill- 
ment excesses, store reports to radio 
and trades, in-store promotions and 
window and in-store displays. 

One promo manager, sales manager 
and saleman will be selected as a win- 
ner of the trip, and each winner will 
be allowed to take a guest. The con- 
test ends July 27. 

Flying Dutchman 
Dutch Treat' 

Promo Drive 

NEW YORK — Flying Dutchman, in 
conjuction with RCA Records, its dis- 
tribution affiliate, has unveiled plans 
for a special one-month “Dutch 
Treat” program aimed at creating 
special dealer interest for Flying 
Dutchman catalog sales. 

The July-long program will feature 
the entire Dutchman catalog including 
the five new albums in the ‘Summer 
73’ release. These are “Astral Travel- 
ing,” debut album by pianist Lonnie 
Liston Smith; “What a Wonderful 
World” by Bobby Hackett; “The 
Songs of Bessie Smith” by Count Ba- 
sie and Teresa Brewer; “Song for 
Wounded Knee” by The Richard Da- 
vis Trio, and “Shelly Manne & Co.” 

Bob Thiele’s Flying Dutchman is 
now making a drive into the pop sin- 
gles field with current releases by 
Teresa Brewer — a newly recorded ver- 
sion of “Music, Music, Music” on the 
subsid Amsterdam label, and 
“L.O.V.E.” by Leon Thomas. Both 
singles were released in June. The 
Brewer single was sent to every coin 
operator in the country in a special 
mailing. 


Polydor Sets 
5 LP Release 

NEW YORK — Polydor Inc. has an- 
nounced a diversified five-album re- 
lease, headed up by James Brown’s 
soundtrack “Slaughter’s Big Rip-Off” 
and his band the JBs’ “Doing It To 
Death.” Also shipping are debut LPs 
by singer-songwriter John Lovick 
Turner and the rock group Ned, as 
well as a live album from European 
MOR star James Last. 

“Slaughter’s Big Rip-Off” is the 
second film venture by Brown, follow- 
ing up “Black Caesar,” his soundtrack 
debut. The new LP, scored by Brown 
with Fred Wesley, also features the 
JBs and Lyn Collins. Release of 
Brown’s potent soundtrack anticipates 
nationwide first-run opening of the 
American International adventure 
film. 

Polydor will be coordinating close- 
ly with AIP in promoting both the 
film and album. Invitational screen- 
ings for the press, radio PDs and 
DJs, dealers and distributors are 
scheduled throughout (the country, 
followed up by a strong bid for air- 
play and media coverage. 

JB’s Product 

The JBs are back with “Doing It To 
Death,” the title cut being their latest 
hit single. Renowned as James 
Brown’s back-up band, the JBs are as 
funky as ever in their second Poly- 
dor-distributed People LP. 

John Lovick Turner is a young 
singer-songwriter, Georgia-born and 
bred, whose debut album announces a 
new talent. Issued on Polydor 
through a recent arrangement with 
Anthem Productions, the new LP fol- 
lows year of dues-paying in high- 
school and college groups, and an ad 
agency career as art director and 
jingle writer. 

Throughout Europe, “Last is 
First!” is virtually a household 
phrase — reflecting an unmatched rec- 
ord of top-selling albums and concert 
triumphs. In “Non-Stop Dancing,” 
James Last has come up with a 
medley of rock and pop hits, played 
one after another to live audience. 
The veteran conductor-arranger, his 
orchestra and chorus are heard in 20 
recent chart-topping tunes, as well as 
three of his own numbers. 


Eric Mercury LP 

NEW YORK — Stax Records has re- 
leased Eric Mercury’s second Enter- 
prise album, “Love Is Taking Over.” 
Over a year in the making, the album 
was produced by Stax organization 
Chairman A1 Bell, who currently pro- 
duces only the Staple Singers and 
Mercury. 

Temponic Sets 
2nd Williams 
LP For Fall 

NEW YORK — Citing success of its 
current Joe Williams, “Nobody 
Cares” single and “With Love” al- 
bum, the Los Angeles-based Temponic 
Records is currently preparing a new 
Joe Williams album for fall release. 

All songs on the LP were penned 
by composer Bob Friedman, musical 
mentor for the Temponic label. 
Friedman composed the music and the 
majority of the lyrics for the releases 
of the year old label. The lyrics for 
“Nobody Cares” were written by 
Friedman in collaboration with Jerry 
Gladstone. Other composers with 
whom Friedman is collaborating in- 
clude Johnny Mercer, Paul Francis 
Webster, Arthur Hamilton, Larry 
Kusik and Sammy Cahn. 

Among the artists recording for 
Temponic are: Carmen McRae, Ernest- 
ine Anderson (“Spring’s Alive” LP 
to be released soon), the Lauderdale 
Strings and the Benny Carter Chor- 
3.1c. 

In addition to being a Temponic 
artist, Carter is also musical director 
of the label. 



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eashbar/ singles wines 


Mmmmmms 


( Picks of the Week 


3 


DAWN (Bell 45-374) 

Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose (2:51) (Levine & Brown, BMI — 
Levine & Brown) 

It now looks as though lightning will strike twice! Dawn has done it again 
using the very same combination of writers/producers that made “Tie A Yel- 
low Ribbon ...” a multi-million seller. Nothing is going to stop this one from 
capturing another gold record. Flip: No info, available. 

WAR (United Artists XW 281 W) 

Gypsy Man (3:50) (Far Out, ASCAP— War) 

War has been keeping some very strange friends of late. First it was the 
Cisco Kid, and now — the Gypsy Man. If you can judge a person by his friends, 
then War seems to be in great shape based on the success of their previous 
gold efforts. This too is a number one effort. Flip: No info, available. 

CURTIS MAYFIELD (Curton 1987) 

Future Shock (3:24) (Curtom, BMI — Mayfield) 

Superfly’s back with another track that reels and rocks — it’s “Future Shock." 
Once again Curtis Mayfield will storm the pop and r&b charts with his poign- 
ant lyrics and his soulful rhythms. Will finish as one of the year's biggest. 
Flip: No info, available. 

DONNY OSMOND (MGM 14583) 

Young Love (2:18) (Lowery Music Co. Inc., BMI — Joyner, Cartney) 

At fifteen years old, Donnie is still entitled to sing about ‘young love’ with 
the kind of legitimate conviction which he offers on this side culled from the 
“Alone Together” LP. Revival of oldie will appeal to all the young at heart as 
it climbs to #1 chart spot. Flip: “A Million To One” (2:42) (Stone Agate, BMI 
— Medley) 

JOE SIMON (Spring 138) 

Theme From Cleopatra Jones (3:45) (Warner-Tamberlane, BMI — Simon) 

What Simon says, people buy! It’s as simple as that. Here’s the theme 
song from the Warner Brothers film of the same name, and Simon has 
really outdone all of his previous efforts with this roaring track. Smash across 
the boards! Flip: No info, available. 

THE CHI-LITES (Brunswick 55500) 

Stoned Out Of My Mind (2:55) (Julio-Brian, BMI — Record, Acklin) 

The hit-making Chi-Lites are certain to hit their mark once again with an- 
other brilliant r&b outing that will no doubt cross into the pop field as their 
previous efforts have done. A record to watch. Flip: No info, available. 

WILLIE HUTCH (Motown 1252) 

Slick (3:26) (Jobete, ASCAP — Hutch) 

Brother's gonna work it out all over again with the second sensational 
track culled from “The Mack” album, and another super hit for this potential 
superstar of the future. Flip: No info, available. 

STEPHEN STILLS’ MANASSAS (Atlantic 2917) 

Down The Road (2:50) (Gold Hill, BMI — Stills) 

Follow up to their successful “Isn’t It About Time” single sparkles with the 
smooth, crisp sounds of Stills vocals and guitars. This looks like another top 
40 hit for the superstars. Flip: “Guaguanco De Vero” (2:58) (Gold Hill, BMI — 
Stills, Lala) 

JERRY LEE LEWIS (Mercury 73402) 

No Headstone On My Grave (3:22) (Hi-Lo, BMI— C. Rich) 

The Killer’s back with another cut from The Session LP, tickling the ivories, 
shouting, whooping, whispering, sighing and breathing heavy. Looks like an- 
other chart-buster. Flip: Jack Daniels (Old No. 7) (3:18) (Jamarnie, ASCAP — 
T. Colton, R. Smith, A. Lee, C. Hodges) 

ARGENT (Epic 11019) 

It’s Only Money (3:28) (Mainstay, BMI — Ballard) 

Culled as a follow up to their brilliant “God Gave Rock ’n Roll To You”, 
Argent come up with another hypnotic hook guaranteed to capture the record 
buying public. Single makes for great top 40 and FM programming. Flip: No 
info., available. 

EARTH, WIND & FIRE (Columbia 45888) 

Evil (3:09) (Hummit, BMI — White, Bailey) 

Group that has become fairly consistent sellers comes up with another sure- 
fire winner in both the pop and r&b markets. Look for this one to score many 
valuable chart points in the future. Flip: No info, available. 


EXUMA (Kama Sutra 580) 

If It Feels Good, Do It (2:29) (Big Seven, BMI — M. Vale) 

There are going to be a lot of people “doing it' based on the vitality a 
excitement generated by this Top Ten single contender. A new “bag' tor 
Exuma and one that should attract listeners in droves, with sales figures to 
match. Get up and dance! Flip: no info, available. 

THE SPRINGFIELD REVIVAL (MGM 14559) 

Mamma Was Right (2:36) (Mustard/Yellow Dog, ASCAP — Macauley, Potger) 
With a most impressive debut outing (“Come Follow, Follow Me”), this 
young trio proves that their talent is limitless. Here’s a commercial venture 
that is certainly a potential top 40 disk. Airplay will break this wide open. 
Flip: “Does Anybody Love You” (3:12) (Irving, BMI — Charter, Armand) 

ELVIN BISHOP (Epic 11022) 

Stealin' Watermelons (3:00) (Crabshaw, ASCAP — Bishop) 

If you’ve been wondering about the future of Elvin Bishop, relax. He’s been 
on vacation preparing for his first top 20 single. And here it is. Already a 
smash on the west coast, this has a built in audience reaction. Should soar 
to top of charts immediately. Flip: No info, available. 

CHUBBY CHECKER (20th Century 2040) 

Reggae My Way (2:35) (20th Century/House of Weiss, ASCAP — Weiss, ASCAP 
- — Weiss) 

Chubby Checker makes an historic comeback with a very hot label and an 
incredibly commercial reggae song that should sweep the country. Exciting 
dance number should sell well and will receive immediate airplay. Flip: No 
info, available. 

PETER DUCHIN (Capitol 3658) 

A Little Night Music (2:01) (Revelation/Beautiful Music, ASCAP-Sondheim) 
From the musical of the same name comes this charming instrumental by 
Peter Duchin that is a certainty to top MOR charts almost immediately. Every 
so often Duchin outdoes his previous efforts and such is the case this time 
around. Flip: "FaLa” (3:05) (Labrador/Chappell, ASCAP — Duchin) 


( Newcomer Picks 


3 


WIZZ (Capitol 3632) 

Brooklyn (2:37) (Proboscis, BMI — Fulterman, Nivison) 

One of the most talked about new releases is already getting wide exposure 
via radio and television. The Wizz kids have come up with a summer smash 
and a potential classic song. Destined for top 10 chart action. You’ll be sing- 
ing this one once you hear it. Flip: “Hold Out For Love” (2:39) (same credits) 

CAPITAL CITY ROCKETS (Elektra 45855) 

Breakfast In Bed (3:13) (Gibsongs, ASCAP — G. Hill) 

Record is pulling phones at every station that’s been programming it and 
is breaking big in major markets. Great contemporary lyric adds much warmth 
to this potential hit. Flip: No info, available. 

BOBBY HART (Chelsea 0026) 

Easy Evil (2:58) (E.H. Morris/Zapata, ASCAP — O’Day) 

Soothing, enchanting rendition of a classic song will give Bobby Hart 
(Boyce & Hart Fame) the edge on many playlists. This is one that completely 
captivates an audience. Watch for this one to make big chart moves in future. 
Flip: No info, available. 

SAMMY JOHNS (GRC 6002) 

Shake A Hand (2:52) (WB/Jude-Anne, BMI — Carmichael) 

Driving gospel flavored outing by newcomer Johns will ignite an immediate 
sales fire. Here’s a song you’ll be singing for a long time to come. Great top 
40 programming. Flip: No info, available. 

TONY MORGAN & MUSCLE POWER (Chess 2141 
Racial Segregation (3:14) (Heavy. BMI — Grant) 

Most unusual outing powered by sensational rhythms will be sold based 
on the lyrical message and it’s dance-ability. Should become a giant disco 
smash on its way to national attention. Flip: No info, available. 

PETER RYAN (Aardvark 101) 

If We Try (2:47) (Buddah Music, ASCAP — Flax, Lambert) 

Hit writers Bobby Flax and Lanny Lambert have come up with a most 
intregueing concept for an automatic hit. A song composed entirely of 34 
Beatle song titles. See if you can name them all. Radio stat-ons across the 
country are already jumping on this one proving that it’s well on its way to 
success. Flip: “I Can Hear Music” (2:31) (Kama Sutra, BIM — Flax, Lambert) 


Choice Programming 


Choice Programming selections are singles which, 
the opinion of our reviewing staff, are deserving of 
special programmer consrderation. 


TYRONE DAVIS (Dakar 4523) 

There It Is (3:25) (Julio-Brian, BMI — Graham) 


DEE CLARK (Rocky 7720) 

Happy Man (3:15) (Pip/Yodi/Conrad, BMI 


-Matthews, Jordan) 


JOAN BAEZ (A&M 1454) 

Best Of Friends (3:23) (Almo/Chandos, ASCAP — Farina) 

BIG JIM SULLIVAN (MAM 3631) 

Out Of The Question (2:59) (Mam, ASCAP — O'Sullivan) 


DARREN GREEN (RCA 0016) 

What Do You See In Him (3:07) (Van McCoy, BMI- 

RARE BIRD (Polydor 15079) 

Birdman (3:09) (Yellow Dog, ASCAP — -Rare Bird) 


-McCoy, Smith) 


THUNDER & LIGHTNIN’ (Tommy 1752) 

Good Oi’ Rock ’N Roll Feelin' (3:00) (Rose Tree/Moffitt) 

SOURDOUGH (Metromedia 0113) 

Leaving You (3:14) (Keg O’ Chunes, BMI — Siegel) 


JOHNNY DESMOND (Vigor 710) 
Untouchable (3:11) (Debmar, ASCAP- 


JIMMY ANGEL (Mega 0106) 

Touch Me With Magic (2:35) (Younger, BMI 


DiRicco, Faith) 

Utley, Bogard) 


MURRAY MCLAUCHLAN (Epic 10997) 

The Farmer's Song (3:05) (??? — McLauchlan) 

B. B. KING (ABC 11373) 

To Know You Is To Love You (3:54) (Stein Van Stock/Black Bulk ASCLP- 
Wonder. S. Wright) 


Cash Box — July 7, 1973 


19 



PUT IT THERE — Epic recording artist Clint Holmes, (left) currently riding 
high on the singles chart with “Playground In My Mind”, was performing in 
Washington, D.C. recently and he greeted Don Miller, Epic & Custom Labels 
branch promotion manager, St. Louis, who had flown in for the occasion. 
Clint introduced Don from the stage and credited him as the promotion man 
most responsible for breaking his hit single. 


Firm Enters 
Ent. Biz Mgmt. 

BEVERLY HILLS — Management 
And Investment Associates, Inc., a 
real estate and investment manage- 
ment corporation, has expanded into 
entertainment business management, 
according to president Marvin J. 
Mayo, who is a realtor and invest- 
ment consultant. The current activit- 
ies of the corporation have been in- 
vestment consulting, real estate in- 
vestment sales and professional busi- 
ness management. The firm is located 
at 465 South Beverly Drive, Suite 
#101, Beverly Hills. 


Kimber To Pincus 
Firms In U.S., Euro 

NEW YORK — Bill Kimber, writer/- 
producer in London, has been signed 
by George Pincus, head of Gil/Pincus 
in the U.S. and Ambassador Ltd. in 
Europe. Pincus is presently in London 
for 10 days to be followed by other 
stops on the Continent. The compa- 
ny’s current roster of disk acts in- 
clude Peter Krengel (EMI), Raft- 
Young Group, Kelly Kredo. 



Brian Cadd has a Silver City 
Birthday Celebration — You’re all 
invited to listen — (it ships today ) 


FOR THE RECORD 


PASSING REMARKS — British rock group, Uriah Heep have signed a new 
recording contract with Warner Brothers for exclusive United States and Canadian 
rights. First Warners album is scheduled for a fall release . . . Helen Reddy Show 
premiered last week to very enthusiastic response . . . Wolfman Jack is coming to 
New York . . . New Grand Funk album has been completed and we're waiting for 
release date . . . Former Kama Sutra act Brewer & Shipley have firmed a long 
term recording deal with Capitol. Group is back in Missouri writing material for 
debut album set for early fall . . . Sire Records, super hot on the charts with 
Focus product, hosted a party for Climax Blues Band (26) to introduce them 
to members of the press and Trades. CBB is latest supergroup — hopeful for 
the label. 

Excerpts from Neil Diamond’s upcoming score of Paramount Pictures' “Jona- 
than Livingston Seagull" will be heard at the Columbia Sales Convention on July 
21 in San Francisco. Meanwhile, Diamond and Frank Sinatra are meeting to 
discuss plans for Sinatra’s upcoming LP as well as plans for a concept for the 
package. 

Charles Fox and Norman Gimbel have completed work on Lori Lieberman’s 
second album for Capitol. It was Lori who first recorded "Killing Me Softly With 
His Song” which went on to become a classic number one effort by Roberta 
Flack. Lori’s second set promises to be every bit as rewarding and enjoyable as 
her first. 

Perry Como into Nashville studios to record his current top 20 hit, “And I Love 
You So” in the Spanish language. Song was written by Don McLean and taken 
from his most recent UA album . . . MCA said to be preparing the Blues Project 
reunion concert for an upcoming album by group . . . Allman Brothers “Brothers 
And Sisters” album delayed again — this time until sometime in mid July. 

Singer-songwriter Jonathan Edwards is recording material for his third Atco 
album at New York’s Record Plant Studios. Joining Edwards on the sessions 
have been such folk and blues luminaries as David Bromberg; Bill Elliot, 
formerly of Seatrain; Poco’s drummer George Grantham; Al Anderson of NRBQ on 
electric guitar; Maria Muldaur and Jill Grissman on support vocals; and Richard 
Davis on acoustic bass. Edwards’ regular sidemen, banjo picker Bill Keith and 
bassist Stuart Shulman, have also been present throughout the recording. 

Flo and Eddie, have been signed to write the background score and do the 
voices for an upcoming animated film, “Cheap,” for which producers, Murikami 
and Wolf, anticipate an X rating. 

Artists working under the management banner of Phil Schapiro are heading all 
over the globe during the next few months. Eartha Kitt’s planned opening of the 
new Casino in Hobarth, New Zealand for four frames beginning September 24th 
and the current stand at the Cairo Sheraton of the American Ballet with the 
Tommy Finnan Revue Company. From there they go to the Sheraton in Beirut, 
Lebanon; Jan Peerce, appearing in the Music Fair's production of “The 
Rothschilds” is set for The Concord July 28th and Roberta Peters will star in the 
Metropolitan Opera’s Summer Tour kicking off with a date at Eisenhower Park in 
Nassau County, Long Island. In addition to his chores as producer for all shows 
at the Elmwood Casino, Schapiro is staging a series of Summer concerts at the 
Riverview Ampitheatre in Toms River, New Jersey. The Worlds Greatest Jazz Band 
of Yank Lawson & Bob Haggart, Shorty Long and Mt. Airy have thus far been 
pacted. At the Candlewood Theatre in New Fairfield, Connecticut a Sunday night 
concert series has been set with Woody Herman, Buddy Greco, Morty Gunty, The 
Arbuckles and Mt. Airy set. Under Schapiro’s aegis. The Tommy Finnan Produc- 
tion, “Americana Follies” starring Monique Van Vooren heads for the Meadow- 
brook Dinner Theatre in Cedar Grove, N.J. 

SIGHTS ON SINGLES — Keep your eyes on the new Dawn single because it’s 
going to pick up right where their last multi-million seller left off. Destined for #1 
again ... We still are certain that the remake of the Teresa Brewer classic, 
“Music, Music, Music” is a top 10 record. Last week it picked up some major 
stations full time and it now looks like the single is off and running . . . "Let’s Get 
It On” by Marvin Gaye is on its way to top of charts as are most to Marvin’s 
releasees . . . “Future Shock” is the new Curtis Mayfair single culled from the 
"Back To The World” album. 

New Donny Osmond single could develop into a two-sided hit. ‘A’ side is old 
Sonny James classic, “Young Love,” and flip side is “A Million To One.” Don’t 
be surprised if both sides show up on charts . ., . And speaking of two-sided hits, 
Carole King may very well have one with “Believe In Humanity” and "You Light 
Up My Life”, both of which are getting great station response after only one 
week in the market. 

EYES ON ALBUMS — New Jethro Tull album, "A Passion Play” set for release 
next week. Album very closely resembles their previous “Thick As A Brick” effort 
in that a major portion of it is instrumental. “Edit #8-9,” and an interwoven 
selection (a play within a play) entitled "The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles” do 
contain lyrics. Tull will be performing their new epic at Madison Square Garden in 
an upcoming 3 day gig at the end of August. Watch this column for further 
details. Tull’s show will also feature a short film that was both filmed, written and 
assembled by Ian Anderson. 

"A Little Touch Of Schmilsson In The Night,” the new album from Harry 
Nilsson is creating quite a sales pattern by picking up dozens of MOR stations as 
well as the usual pop and FM’ers. Though album is moving a bit slower than his 
previous releases, it’ll still finish high in top 10 charts and will probably long 
endure on top 100. 

Amidst the flurry of Beatles product (both as a group and individually) on the 
charts, a certain three-record set has made its way to a most respectable 
position. The album is “Yessongs,” the group is Yes. Looks like there's still hope 
for the future of music after all! 

Potential top 10 albums include “Sing It Again Rod,” — Rod Stewart’s greatest 
hits collection; “The Plan,” — one of the very finest rock albums ever recorded. 
It’s by the Osmonds;’’ — ”20 Years Of Rock ’N Roll,” — the Dick Clark anniversary 
tribute to American Bandstand which is selling like hot cakes; "Fresh,” — Sly & 
Family Stone’s first LP in who knows how long and John Denver's “Farewell 
Andromeda” which is fast climbing the charts. 


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A survey of ions in ail important markets throughout the country to determine 

by percentage of those reporting which releases are being added to station play lists this 
week foi the first time and also the degree of concentration combining previous reports. 
Percentage figures on left indicate how many of the stations reporting this week have 
added the following Mies to their play list for the first time. Percentage figures on right 
include total from left plus the percentage title received in prior week or weeks. 


m 

TITLE &R7I5T LABEL 

% OF 
STATION 
ADDING 
TITLES TO 
PROG. 
SCHED. 
THIS WEEK 

TOTAL % OF 
STATIONS 
TO HAVE 
ADDED 
TITLES TO 
PROG. 
SCHED. 

TO DATE 

P 1. Say, Has Anyone Seen My Sweet 
Gypsy Rose — Dawn — -Bell 

40% 

40% 

H 2. Live & Let Die — Paul McCartney & 
Wings — Apple 

35% 

53% 

3. Touch Me In The Morning — Diana Ross — 
Motown 

31% 

62% 

4. Misdemeanor — Foster Sylvers — Pride 

29% 

85% 

5. Delta Dawn — Helen Reddy — Capitol 

28% 

55% 

6. 1 Believe In You — Johnny Taylor — Stax 

28% 

28% 

7. The Morning After — Maureen McGovern — 
20th Century 

25% 

86% 

8. Are You Man Enough — 4 Tops — Dunhill 

24% 

55% 

9. Feeling Stronger Every Day — Chicago — 
Columbia 

24% 

97% 

10. Clouds — David Gates — Elektra 

24% 

24% 

11. Brother Louie — Stories — Kama Sutra 

22% 

53% 

12. Swamp Witch — Jim Stafford — MGM 

19% 

66% 

13. Behind Closed Doors — Charlie Rich — Epic 

15% 

61% 

14. Roland The Roadie — Dr. Hook — Columbia 

15% 

15% 

15. Get Down — Gilbert O’Sullivan — MAM 

12% 

91% 

H 16. Young Love — Donny Osmond — MGM 

12% 

12% 

17. Uneasy Rider — Charlie Daniels — Kama 
Sutra 

12% 

58% 

H 18. Monster Mash — Bobby Boris Pickett — 
Parrot 

10% 

34% 

g 19. Over The Hills & Far Away — Led 

H Zeppelin- — Atlantic 

10% 

48% 

g 20. Going Home— Osmonds — MGM 

9% 

92% 



LOOKING AHEAD 


101 

102 


112 


113 


114 

115 


116 

117 

118 


119 

120 


121 


122 

123 


SUNSHINE 

(Acuff — Rose — BMI) 

Mickey Newbury (Elektra 45853) 


LOVE, LOVE, LOVE 

(A Dish A Tunes/ Raghouse — BMI) 
Donny Hathaway (Atco 6928) 

(Dist: Atlantic) 


103 

104 

105 

106 
107 


GLAMOUR BOY 

(Cirrus/Dundar — BMI) 

The Guess Who (RCA 0977) 


HELLO STRANGER 

(Cotillion/McLoughlin/ Love lane — BMI) 
Fire & Rain (Mercury 49968) 


THINK 

(Fortknox — BMI) 

James Brown (Polydor 14177) 


00 H LA-LA 

(W.B. Music— ASCAP) 
Faces (Warner Bros. 7711) 


DON’T LET IT END (TIL 
YOU LET IT BEGIN) 

(Jobete — ASCAP) 

Miracles (Tamla 54237) 


108 


KIDS SAY THE 
DARNDEST THINGS 

(Aigee — BMI) 

Tammy Wynette (Epic 10969) 


109 

110 
111 


SUMMER (THE FIRST TIME) 

(Penhand Music/Unart — BMI) 

Bobby Goldsboro (United Artists 251) 


SYLVIA 

(Radmus — ASCA P) 

Focus (Sire 708) (Dist: Paramount) 


SHOULD I TIE A YELLOW 
RIBBON AROUND THE OLD 
OAK TREE 

(Levine & Brown — BMI) 

Connie Francis (GSF 6901) 


GYPSY DAVY 

(TR0/ Ludlow— BMI) 

Arlo Guthrie (Reprise 1158) 
(Dist: Warner Bros.) 


JIMMY LOVE’S MARY-ANNE 

(Spruce Run/Evie/Chappell — ASCAP) 
Looking Glass (Epic 1 100 1 !) 


NO EASY ROAD 

(Milles Music — ASCAP) 
Wishbone Ash (MCA 400041) 


OLD BETSY GOES BOING, 
BOING . 

(Kittyhawk — ASCAP) 

The Hummers (Capitol 3646) 


JIMMY LOVES MARY-ANNE 

(Spruce Run/Chappell/Evie ASCAP) 
Looking Glass — Epic 11001 


DIDN’T I 

(Gambi — BMI) 

Sylvia (Vibration 524) (Dist: All Platinum) 


THEME FROM CLEOPATRA 
JONES 

(Warner — Tamerlane — BMI) 

Joe Simon (Spring 138) (Dist: Polydor) 


TOUCH OF MAGIC 

(Martin Town/Tarona — ASCAP) 

James LeRoy (Janus 219) (Dist: Chess) 


SEEDS 

(Neighborhood — ASCAP) 
Melanie (Neighborhood 4212) 


LOVIN’ NATURALLY 

(Senor — ASCAP) 

Sandalwood (Bell 348) 


EVIL 

(Hummit — BMI) 

Earth, Wind & Fire (Columbia 45888) 


MUSIC, MUSIC, MUSIC 

(Leeds Music — ASCAP) 

Teresa Brewer (RCA 85027) 


VITAL STATISTICS 


#76 

The Hurt (4:16) 

Cat Stevens — A&M — 1418 

1416 N. LaBrea, LA 
PROD: Cat Stevens 

c/o A&M Records, 1416 N. LaBrea, LA — 
ASCAP 

PUB: Ackee Music, Inc. 

1370 Ave. of Amer., NYC 
WRITER: Cat Stevens 
FLIP: Silent Sunlight 


#83 

Let’s Get It On (3:58) 

Marvin Gaye — Tamla — T54234-F 

6464 Sunset Blvd., LA 90028 
PROD: Marvin Gaye & Ed Townsend 
c/o Motown, 6464 Sunset 
PUB: Jobete Music Co., Inc. — ASCAP; 

Cherritown Music Pub. Co. — BMI 
c/o Motown 

WRITERS: Ed Townsend & Marvin Gaye 

ARR: Rene Hall 

FLIP: I Wish It Would Rain 


#87 

Everyone’s Agreed That Everything Will Turn 
Out Fine (3:12) 

Stealers Wheel — A&M — 1450 
1416 N. LaBrea, LA 
PROD: A Leiber-Stoller Production 
1619 B’way, NYC 

PUB: The Hudson Bay Music Co. — BMI 
1370 Ave. of Amer. — NYC 
WRITERS: Joe Egan & Gerry Rafferty 
FLIP: Next To Me 


#97 

Sixty Minute Man (3:12) 

Clarence Carter — Soul — FM-XW 250-W 

6464 Sunset Blvd., LA 
PROD: Rick Hall & Clarence Carter 
Fame Recording Studio, 603 E. Avalon, 
Muscle Shoals, Ala. 

PUB: Future Stars Music — BMI 
WRITER: Clarence Carter 
FLIP: Mother In Law 


#99 

There You Go (3:02) 

Edwin Starr — Soul — 35103F 

6464 Sunset Blvd., LA 90028 
PROD: Edwin Starr 
c/o Motown 

PUB: Stone Diamond Music Corp. — BMI 

c/o Motown 

WRITER: Edwin Starr 

ARR: Mark Davis 

FLIP: There You Go (Instr.) 


#100 

One Tin Soldier (3:14) 

Coven — MGM — K-14308 

7165 Sunset Blvd., LA 

PROD: Michael Lloyd & Mundell Lowe 

c/o MGM 

PUB: ABC-Dunhill Music, Inc. — BMI 
8255 Beverly Blvd., LA 90048 
WRITERS: Lambert & Potter 
ARR: Mundell Lowe 

FLIP: I Guess It's A Beautiful Day (Least I 
Think It Is) 


124 


NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR'S KID 

(Pierre Cossette/ Every Little Tune — ■ 
ASCAP) 

Jud Strunk (MGM 14572) 


125 


PART OF YOU 

(Sunship/ Spinozza — Pitts — BMI) 
Arthur, Hurley & Gottleib (Columbia 
45865) 


126 

127 


KNOW 


MAYBE I 

(Trio— BMI) 

Ellie Greenwich — Verve 10719 


FREEDOM FROM THE 
STALLION 

(Warner-Tamerlane/Moisaint — BMI) 
Hues Corporation (RCA 0900) 


128 

129 

130 


STREET DANCE 

(Clita/ Bradley — BMI) 

The Fatback Band (Perception 526) 


ROCK AND ROLL HEAVEN 

(Caesar’s/ E. H. Morris/Zapata — ASCAP) 
Climax (Rocky Road 30072) 


L.A. FREEWAY 

(Sunbury — ASCAP) 

Jerry Jeff Walker (MCA P40054) 


CASH BOX TOP TEX HITS — JULY 3, 1965 


1. Mr. Tambourine Man — Byrds — Columbia 

2. Satisfaction — Rolling Stones — London 

3. I Can’t Help Myself--— Four Tops— Motown 

4. Crying In The Chapel — Elvis Presley — RCA 

5. Wonderful World — Herman's Hermits — MGM 

6. For Your Love — Yardbirds — Epic 

7. Yes I’m Ready — Barbara Mason — Arctic 

8. Wooly Bully — Sam The Sham & Pharaohs— MGM 

9. A Walk In The Black Forest — Horst Jankowski — Mercury 
10. Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte — Patti Page — Columbia 


22 


Cash Box — July 7, 1973 




to improv 

a classic 

for 

Frankie 

\felli 

to sing it. 




“You’ve Got Your 
Troubles, I’ve Got 
Mine.” A classic new 
single by Frankie 
Valii. Produced by 
BobGaudio. 
#M1251F. 


Listen to what’s 
happening at Motown. 
You’ll hear the times 
change. 


MOTOWN " 


©1973 Motown Record Corporation 


We goofed. Last week we 
inadvertently credited the 
wrong producer for "How 
Come" by The Four Seasons 
with Frankie Valii. The 
producer is Bob Crewe. 
Motown Single *M1255. 



Additions To Radio Playlists 

e / of the titles many of radio's key Top 40 stations added to their “Playlists” last week 


WABC — NEW YORK 
Live & Let D-e — Wings — Apple 
Get Dc /n — Gilbert C'Suilivari — Mam 
Diamond Girl — Seals & Croft — WB 
Misdemeanor — Foster Syivers — Pride 

WLS— CHICAGO 

I’ll Always Love My Moms — Intruders — 
Gamble 

Live & Let Die— Wings-— Apple 
Uneasy Rider — Charlie Daniels — Kama Sutra 
There’s No Me — Manhattans — Columbia 
Touch Me In The Morning — Diana Ross — 
Motown 

WTIX — NEW ORLEANS 

Boogie Woogie Bugie Boy — Bette Midler — 
Atlantic 

Say! Has Anyone Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose 
- — -Dawn — Beli 

I Believe In You — Johnnie Taylor — Stax 

WDGY — MINN. 

Delta Dawn — Helen Reddy — Capitol 
Are You Man Enough — Four Tops — ABC 
Say! Has Anyone Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose 
— Dawn — Bell 

Searching/So Fine — Johnny Rivers — UA 

WHB— KANSAS CiTY 

Long Way Home — Neil Diamond — Bang 
Money — Pink Flovd — -Harvest 
Clouds — David Gates — Elektra 
Delta Dawn — Helen Reddy- — Capitol 
Uneasy Rider — Charlie Daniels — Kama Sutra 

WPOP— HARTFORD 
Behind Closed Doors — Charlie Rich — Epic 
Misdemeanor — Foster Syivers — Pride 
Has Anyone Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose — 
Dawn — Bell 

KLEO— WICHITA 

Jimmy Loves Mary Anne — Looking Glass — 
Epic 

Natural High — Bloodstone — London 
Ro The Roadie — Dr. Hook — Columbia 
Ovl e Hills — Led Zeppelin — Atlantic 
I’d Rather Be A Cowboy — John Denver — RCA 
You Light Up My Life/Humanity — Carole 
King — Ode 

If You Want Me To Stay — Sly & The Family 
Stone — Epic 

WIFE— INDIANAPOLIS 

The Morning After — Maureen McGovern — 
20th Century 

Swamp Witch — Jim Stafford — MGM 
Sunshine — Mickey Newbury — Elektra 
Monster Mash — Bobby "Boris” Pickett — 
Parrot 


WLEE— RICHMOND 

The Morning After — Maureen McGovern — 
20th Century 

Delta Dawn — Helen Reddy — Capitol 
Touch Me In The Morning — Diana Ross — 
Motown 

There’s No Me Without You — Manhattans — 
Columbia 

WFIL— PHILADELPHIA 
Has Anyone Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose — 
Dawn — Bell 

Misdemeanor — Foster Syivers — Pride 
Uneasy Rider — Charlie Daniels — Kama Sutra 

WBBQ— AUGUSTA 

Are You Man Enough — Four Tops — ABC 
Misdemeanor — Foster Syivers — Pride 
Live & Let Die — Wings — Apple 
Feeling Stronger Every Day — Chicago — 
Columbia 

Has Anyone Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose — 
Dawn — Bell 

KXOK— ST. LOUIS 
Feeling Stronger Every Day — Chicago — 
Columbia 

Get Down — Gilbert O’Sullivan — Mam 
Over The Hills — Led Zeppelin — Atlantic 
There’s No Me — Manhattans — Columbia 
I'd Rather Be A Cowboy — John Denver — RCA 
Swamp Witch — Jim Stafford — MGM 

WMAK— NASHVILLE 

Live & Let Die — Wings — -Apple 
How Can I Tell Her — Lobo — Big Tree 
Brother Louis — Stories — Kama Sutra 
Delta Dawn — Helen Reddy — Capitol 

WSGN — BIRMINGHAM 

I Believe in You — Johnnie Taylor — Stax 
Touch Me In The Morning — Diana Ross — 
Motown 

Believe In Humanity — Carole King — Ode 
Clouds — David Gates — Elektra 
Live & Let Die — Wings — Apple 

WCOL— COLUMBUS 

Young Love — Donny Osmond — MGM 
Never. Never, Never— Shirley Bassev — UA 
Lord Mr. Ford — Jerry Reed — RCA 
Roland The Roadie — Dr. Hook — Columbia 
I Believe In You — Johnnie Taylor — Stax 
You Light Up My Life/Humanity — Carole 
King — Ode 

If You Want Me To Stay — Sly & The Family 

Stone — Epic 

WLAV— GRAND RAPIDS 
Jimmy Loves Mary Anne — Locking Glass — 
Epic 

Everyone’s Agreed — Stealers Wheel- — A&M 
Time To Get Down — O’Jays — Phila. Ini’! 

WOKY— MILWAUKEE 

Let The Good Times Roll — Sit Je — Polydor 

Lord Mr. Ford — Jerry Reed — RCA 
Delta Dawn — Helen Reddy — Capitol 
Loneliness — Brown Sugar — 


WMEX — BOSTON 

Monster Mash — Bobby ‘‘Boris’’ Pickett — 

Parrot 

How Can I Tell Her — Lobo — Big Tree 
The Morning After — Maureen McGovern — 
20th Century 

WMPS — MEMPHIS 
No New Additions 

CKLW— DETROIT 

Diamond Girl — Seals & Croft- — WB 

Young Love — Donny Osmond — MGM 

Let's Get It On— Marvin Gaye — Tamla 

Touch Of Magic — James Leroy — Janus 

Glamour Boy — Guess Who — RCA 

Bad Bad Leroy Brown — Jim Croce — ABC 

WJET— ERIE 

Stay Away From Me — Syivers — Pride 
Roland The Roadie — Dr. Hook — Columbia 
Here I Am — Al Green — Hi 
The Hurt — Cat Stevens — A&M 
Clouds — David Gates — Elektra 
Wipe Out — Safaris — Dot 


WQAM— MIAMI 

Soul Makoosa — Manu Dibango — Atlantic 
Going Home — Osmonds — MGM 

WKLO— LOUISVILLE 

The Morning After — Maureen McGovern — 
20th Century 

Shambala — Three Dog Night — Dunhill 

WIXY— RICHMOND 
Feels So Right — Circus — Metromedia 
Feeling Stronger Every Day — Chicago — 
Columbia 

Are You Man Enough — Four Tops — ABC 
Touch Me In The Morning — Diana Ross — 
Motown 

L.A. Freeway — Jerry Jeff Walker — MCA 
Has Anyone Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose — 
Dawn — Bell 

Live & Let Die — Wings — Apple 
I’d Rather Be A Cowboy — John Denver — RCA 
Where Peaceful Waters Flow — Gladys Knight 
& The Pips — Buddah 
I Believe In You — Johnnie Taylor — Stax 


WGLI— BABYLON 

Smoke On The Water — Deep Purple — WB 
So Very Hard To Go — Tower Of Power — WB 
Going Home — Osmonds — MGM 
Money- — Pink Floyd — Harvest 
Touch Me In The Morning — Diana Ross — 
Motown 

Misdemeanor — Foster Syivers — Pride 


WPRO— PROVIDENCE 

Tequila Sunrise — Eagles — Asvlum 
Going Home — Osmonds — MGM 
Behind Closed Doors — -Charlie Rich — Epic 
Doing It To Death — J’BS — People 


KIOA— DES MOINES 

Working Class Hero — Tommy Roe — MGM 
Get Down — Gilbert O'Sullivan — Mam 
Over The Hills — Led Zeppelin — Atlantic 
Live & Let Die- — Wings — Apple 
He — Family Child — Anthem/NAMI 
Roll Over Bethoven — Electric Light Orch. — 
U.A. 


WFOM— MARIETTA 

There's No Me — Manhattans — Columbia 

Blockbuster — The Sweet — Bell 

I Believe In You — Johnnie Taylor — Stax 

Bongo Rock — Incredible Bongo Band — Pride 

Live & Let Die — Wings — Apple 

Clouds — David Gates — Elektra 


WKWK— WHEELING 

Are You Man Enough — Four Tops — Dunhill 
Feeling Stronger Every Day — Chicago — 
Columbia 

Misdemeanor — Foster Syivers — Pride 


KJR— SEATTLE 
Blockbuster — The Sweet — Bell 
Misdemeanor — Fosters Syivers — Pride 
Lord Mr. Ford — Jerry Reed — RCA 
I Believe In You — Johnny Taylor — Stax 
Satin Sheets — Jeannie Pruett — MCA 
Gypsy Man — War — U.A. 

Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose 
— Dawn — Bell 


KISN — PORTLAND 
A Little Bit Of Magic — King Harvest — 

Perception 

Fence Walk — Mandrill — Polydor 
Roll Over Beethoven — Electric Light Orch. — 
U.A. 


WSAI— CINCINNATI 
Swamp Witch — Jim Stafford — MGM 
The Morning After — Maureen McGovern — 
20th Century 

KILT— HOUSTON 

Touch Me In The Morning — Diana Ross — 
Motown 

Brother Louis — Stories — Kama Sutra 
Has Anyone Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose — 
Dawn — Bell 

Gypsy Man — War — UA 

WIBG— PHILADELPHIA 
Live & Let Die— Wings — Apple 
You Light Ud My Life — Carole King — Ode 
Over The Hills — Led Zeppelin — Atlantic 
Are You Man Enough — Four Tops — ABC 
Natural High — Bloodstone — London 
Behind Closed Doors — Charlie Rich — Epic 
Diamond Girl — Seals & Croft — WB 

WDRC— HARTFORD 

King Of Rock And Roll — Cashman & West — 
Dunhill 


KHJ— LOS ANGELES 

Behind Closed Doors — Charlie Rich — Epic 
Young Love — Donny Osmond — MGM 
Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose 
— Dawn — Bell 


KCBQ— SAN DIEGO 

Young Love — Donny Osmond — MGM 

KYA— SAN FRANCISCO 

Touch Me In The Morning — Diana Ross — 
Motown 


KNDE— SACRAMENTO 
I Believe In You — Johnny Taylor — Stax 
Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose 
— Dawn — Bell 

WWDJ— NEW YORK 

No New Additions 


WQXI — ATLANTA 

How Can I Tell Her — Lobo — Big Tree 
Brother Louie — Stories — Kama Sutra 
Has Anyone Seen Gypsy Rose — Dawn — Bell 


KIMN— DENVER 

Has Anyone Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose 
— Dawn — Bell 


WING— DAVTON 

Everyone's Agreed — Stealers Wheel — A&M 
Cosmic Cowboy — Michael Murphy — A&M 
Sometimes — Todd Rundgren — Bearsville 
Plastic Man — Temptations — Gordy 
Where Peaceful Waters Flow — Gladys Knight 
& The Pips — Buddah 

Uneasy Rider — Charlie Daniels — Kama Sutra 
Delta Dawn — Helen Reddy — Capitol 
My Merry-Go-Round — Johnny Nash — Epic 


WAPE— JACKSONVILLE 
I’m Doing Fine Now — New York City — 
Chelsea 

Money — -Pink Floyd — Harvest 
Feeling Stronger Everyday — Chicago 
The Morning After — Maureen McGovern — 
20th Century 

Diamond Girl — Seals & Croft — WB 


WCAO — BALTIMORE 

Delta Dawn — Helen Reddy — Capitol 
Feeling Stronger Everyday — Chicago — 
Columbia 

Touch Me In The Morning — Diana Ross — 
Motown 

Monster Mash — Bobby "Boris” Pickett — 
Parrot 

Going Home — Osmonds — MGM 
Misdemeanor — Foster Syivers — Pride 
Clouds — David Gates — Elektra 


WROV — ROANOKE 

Delta Dawn — Helen Reddy — Capitol 

Avenging Annie — Andy Pratt — Columbia 

Are You Man Enough — Four Tops — Dunhill 

Live & Let Die— Wings — -Apple 

Rock & Roll Heaven — Climax — Rocky Road 


WHLO — AKRON 

Roland The Roadie — Dr. Hook — Columbia 
Satin Sheets — Jeannie Pruitt — MCA 
Has Anyone Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose — 
Dawn — Bell 

Down The Road — Stephen Stills — Atlantic 
I Believe In You — Johnnie Taylor — Stax 
Live & Let Die — Wings — Apple 


WEAM — WASHINGTON 

Get Down — Gilbert O'Sullivan — MAM 
Swamp Witch — Jim Stafford — MGM 
Soul Makoosa — Manu Dibango — Atlantic 
Are You Man Enough — Foup Tops — Dunhill 


WSAI — CINCINNATI 
Swamp Witch — Jim Stafford — MGM 
The Morning After — Maureen McGovern — 
20th Century 


KKDJ— LOS ANGELES 

Behind Closed Doors — Charlie Rich — Epic 


WLAC — NASHVILLE 
Monster Mash — Bobby "Boris" Pickett — 
Parrot 

Clouds — David Gates — Elektra 
Here I Am — Al Green — Hi 


KQV— PITTSBURGH 
Money — Pink Floyd — Harvest 
Touch Me In The Morning — Diana Ross — 
Motown 


WAYS — CHARLOTTE 

Yesterday Once More — Carpenters — A&M 
Misdemeanor — Foster Syivers — Pride 
Roland The Roadie — Dr. Hook — -Columbia 


KNOE— MONROE 
Live & Let Die — Wings — Apple 
If You Want Me To Stay — Sly & The Family 
Stone— Epic 

One Tin Soldier — Coven — MGM 


KLIF— DALLAS 
Live & Let Die — Wings — Apple 
Roll Over Bethoven — Electric Light Orch. — 
UA 

I Believe In You — Johnnie Taylor — Stax 
Brother Louie — Stories — Kama Sutra 
Clouds — David Gates — Elektra 
Gypsy Man — War — UA 


WIRL— PEORIA 

Swamp Witch — Jim Stafford — MGM 
Giving It All Away — Roger Daltry — MCA 
Tequila Sunrise — Eagles — Asylum 
Soul Makoosa — Manu Dibango — Atlantic 
Brother Louie — Stories — Kama Sutra 


WEDO— PITTSBURGH 

Feeling Stronger Everyday — Chicago — 
Columbia 

Live & Let Die — Wings — Apple 
Delta Dawn — Helen Reddy — Capitol 
It It Feels Good Do It — Exuma — Kama Sutra 
The Morning After — Maureen McGovern — 
20th Century 

Has Anyone Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose — 
Dawn — Bell 


R&B Additions 


WWRL— NEW YORK 

Let’s Get It On — Marvin Gaye — Tamla 
Love Ain’t Gonna Run Me Away — Luther 
Ingram — Koko 

Are You Man Enough — Four Tops — Dunhill 
Theme From Cleopatra Jones — Joe Simon 
— Spring 

Law Of The Land — Undisputed Truth — Gordy 


WLOK— MEMPHIS 

Spinning Around — Black Ivory — Today 
I've Got So Much To Give — Barry White — 
20th Century 

Love, Love, Love — Donny Hathaway— Atco 
Didn't I — Sylvia — Vibration 
Let Me Be Your Eyes — Timmy Thomas — 
Glades 

Let’s Get It On — Marvin Gaye — Tamla 
Right Place, Wrong Time — Dr. John — Atco 
Roll Over Beethoven — Electric Light Orches- 
tra — UA 


WJMO — CLEVELAND 
Stay Away From Me — The Syivers — Pride 
Sweet Charlie Babe — Jackie Moore — Atlantic 
Here I Am — Al Green — Hi 


WCHB— DETROIT 

Trying To Slip Away — Lloyd Price — GSF 

Let's Get It On — Marvin Gaye — Tamla 

That Lady — Isley Bros. — T-Neck 

Here I Am — Al Green — Hi 

I Was Checkin' Out — Don Covay — Mercury 

I’ll Understand — Lynn Day 


KWK— ST. LOUIS 

Let’s Get It On — Marvin Gaye — Tamla 
Evil — Earth, Wind & Fire — Epic 
Theme From Cleopatra Jones — -Joe Simon — 
Spring 

Didn’t I — Sylvia — Vibration 

Gotta Find A Way — The Moments — Stang 

Love Is A Hurtin Thing — Soul Children — Stax 


THE BIG THREE 

1. SAY, HAS ANYBODY SEE MY SWEET GYPSY ROSE— DAWN- 
BELL 

2. LIVE & LET LIVE— PAUL McCARTNEY & WINGS— APPLE 

3. TOUCH ME If THE MORNING— DIANA ROSS— MOTOWN 


24 


Cash Box — July 7, 1973 




NEW YORK— Bruce Lundvall, Co- 
lumbia Records vice president of mar- 
keting, has announced the promotion 
of Christopher Wright to director of 
marketing planning and administra- 
tion. 

Wright will be responsible for all 
sales and profit forecasting, the estab- 
lishment and control of all marketing 
budgets and planning and executing 
long-range studies regarding key mar- 
keting issues. 

In addition, Wright will participate 
in marketing decisions, develop finan- 
cial analyses and special reports, 
maintain internal relationships with 
all departments within the CBS Rec- 
ords division, and represent market- 
ing on special committees. 

Prior to his promotion, Wright held 
the position of manager of marketing 
planning. He joined Columbia in 1972 
as assistant to the vice president of 
marketing. His previous experience 
outside Columbia included a post as 
advertising specialist for the Oxford 
Paper Company. 



Wright 


Marie Mickio 
Heads WB Int’! 
Creative Svcs 

BURBANK — Stan Cornyn has ap- 
pointed Anne Marie Mickio to the 
newly created position of manager of 
international creative services. The 
addition of Ms. Mickio to the Warn- 
ers-Burbank staff is part of an expan- 
sion in the international area to estab- 
lish an immediate information network 
for Warners overseas affiliates. 

In her new position, Ms. Mickio will 
initiate and coordinate merchandising, 
advertising and publicity materials for 
use by Warners companies and li- 
censees world-wide, and will work 
closely with Cornyn, creative director 
Hal Halverstadt, and international 
director Tom Ruffino. 

Prior to joining Warner Bros., Ms. 
Mickio was associate editor of Scho- 
lastic Magazines, and has written fea- 
tures for publications in New York 
including Ingenue, the New York 
Times, Crawdaddy and Rock. 



NEW YORK — George Barrie, presi- 
dent of Faberge, Inc., and Brut Pro- 
ductions has announced the promotion 
of Rick Baxter to vice-president of 
production co-ordinator of Brut’s en- 
tertainment complex. 

Baxter’s duties will include the co- 
ordination of all creative activities in 
the motion picture and record produc- 
tion divisions, including advertising 
and promo. He will also continue as 
A & R director of Brut Records, a 
subsid of Brut Productions. 

In his new capacity with Brut Pro- 
ductions he will be based in the New 
York office and reporting directly to 
George Barrie. 



KLEIN COUNTRY — The Buddah Group hosted a special luncheon for co- 
median Robert Klein on the occasion of his opening at the Troubadour in L.A. 
Seen here before the luncheon at Martoni’s Marquee Club are, (seated, left to 
right) Mike Berns, Buddah’s west coast album promotion manager, Stephanie 
Hochman, Brut Production, Robert Klein, and Buddy Morra, Klein’s manager. 
Standing, (left to right), Rick Baxter, vice-president and production coordina- 
tor for Brut Productions, Jerry Doughman, Buddah’s west coast operations 
manager, and Larry Harris, Buddah’s east coast album promotion manager. 
Robert Klein’s debut album, “Child Of The Fifties,” was released on the Brut 
label distributed by The Buddah Group. 


Atlantic 
Ships Posters 

NEW YORK — Rick Willard, mer- 
chandising manager of Atlantic Rec- 
ords, has announced that the firm 
was shipping posters of 11 key At- 
lantic/Atco artists to all WEA bran- 
ches. They will be made available to 
dealers everywhere on July 5. 

The posters, on posterboard, 
feature Margie Joseph, The Persuad- 
ers, The Spinners, Rahsaan Roland 
Kirk, David Newman, Yusef Lateef, 
Donny Hathaway, J. Geils Band, 
John Prine, Black Oak Arkansas, and 
the Bee Gee’s (RSO Records). 

The posters are all packaged in a 
cardboard container, easily transport- 
able, with the 11 different posters in 
each package. Many more artists will 
be added in the future. 


Q 


EDWARD B. 

mm mu/ic 

CORPORATOR 


A new logo has been designed for 
the Marks Music Corporation celebrat- 
ing its 79th year. Marks moved to new 
headquarters at 1790 Broadway. 


ESP Adds 
New Distribs 

NEW YORK — ESP-DISK has ap- 
pointed Eric Mainland, Music Sales of 
Florida, Heilicher of Chicago, Su- 
preme-Cincinnati, and BJS, Athens, 
Georgia, as new distributors of its 
product. 


LPs 25th 

(Cont’d from p. 7) 

among the scientific profession,” he 
said. 

Goldmark, who developed the LP 
because of his love for classical music 
(he became annoyed with constant in- 
terruptions to classical musical move- 
ments with 78 rpm records and 
sought a method to improve it), 
mused that he still gets a courtesy 
copy of new LP’s. He has received a 
copy of every long-playing record 
produced by Columbia and other rec- 
ord producers and owns one of the 
country’s most complete record li- 
braries. He even received a gold copy 
of the Russians’ first long-playing rec- 
ord in recognition of his achievement. 

The holder of more than 160 pa- 
tents, Goldmark describes the years of 
invention on the LP and other de- 
velopments in his biography “Maver- 
ick Inventor: My Turbulent Years In 
CBS” to be published in November. 



BACKSTAGE — Principals in the recent Los Angeles Philharmonic sessions 
tor London Records at UCLA’s Royce Hall gather ’round for a breather. From 
left: Ernest Fleischman, the orchestra’s manager; Ray Minshull, London’s a&r 
director; Zubin Mehta, regular conductor of the Philharmonic; John Harper, 
London classical specialist, and Jay Heifetz, the Philharmonic’s publicity 
director. 


Sen. Buckley On 
Govt. Probe 

(Cont'd from p. 7) 

more than $2 billion in sales per 
year — more than the aggregate re- 
ceipts from professional sports and 
the film industry combined. 

But what is particularly disturbing 
about the allegations of corruption in 
the recording industry, is that the 
sales of their major money earners, 
rock and pop music, are geared spe- 
cifically to a young, predominantly 
teen-age audience. It is common 
knowledge that drugs are an integral 
part of the rock music scene. If it is 
true that hard drugs have become 
“the new currency of the record in- 
dustry,” if drugs are in fact used as 
an inducement to sign on enter- 
tainers, one has to ask the extent to 
which these practices may explain the 
drug-orientation in rock music of 
which so many have complained. 

There is still another aspect of the 
matter that concerns me. Young 
Americans may not read The Wall 
Street Journal or the business pages 
of the New York Times, but they are 
the principal readers of such publica- 
tions as Rolling Stone that cater to 
their interests in pop and rock music. 
The feature article in the current is- 
sue of Rolling Stone reports in detail 
on the charges of payola and cover- 
ups at C.B.S. Their impression of 
business ethics and practices, there- 
fore, may be colored to an unusual 
degree by the reporting of these de- 
velopments. It is therefore extremely 
important that future issues of Rol- 
ling Stone and other publications 
such as Newsweek be able to report 
that this whole matter has been sub- 
mitted to the broadest, most probing 
investigation, and those found guilty 
of breaches of the law appropriately 
punished. 

We must make it clear that we do 
not maintain a double standard 
where white-collar crimes are con- 
cerned. We must demonstrate that we 
will pursue and prosecute corruption 
and fraud in business with the same 
determination that we pursue crimes 
committed in other areas of life. I 
hope we do not have a corporate 
Watergate on our hands; but if we do 
it is vitally important that we seek 
the truth about ethical and legal 
abuses in the record industry with the 
same determination that we are pur- 
suing the truth in the Watergate 
affair. 

I am aware that criminal investiga- 
tions are now underway with respect 
to charges of wrongdoing at Colum- 
bia Records and elsewhere. I do not 
suggest that less than a thoroughly 
competent job is being done in their 
investigation. These charges, howev- 
er, have given rise to such grave 
questions as to prevailing business 
practices in the industry as a whole — 
questions involving fraud on the con- 
sumer, trafficking in drugs, corrupt 
and unfair business practices, and un- 
derworld involvement that I believe 
the broadest possible inquiry should 
be launched by the appropriate enfor- 
cement, legislative and regulatory 
arms of the Federal Government. To 
this end I have written the following 
individuals, requesting that they insti- 
tute appropriate action: Dean Burch, 
Chairman of the Federal Communica- 
tions Commission; Attorney General 
Elliott Richardson; Clay Whitehead, 
Director of the Office of Telecommu- 
nications Policy; and Senator John 
Pastore, Chairman of the Subcommit- 
tee on Communications. 

Pending the receipt of assurances 
that this matter will in fact he given 
immediate and careful attention, I 
have directed members of my staff to 
conduct a thorough investigation of 
all the available facts relevant to the 
allegations that have been made con- 
cerning business practices in the rec- 
ord industry. 


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Movie Review; 

Jesus Christ Superstar 


Electric Light Orchestra 
Manfred Mane’s Earth Band 
Status Quo 


ACADEMY OF MUSIC, NYC— Al- 
though at the Saturday late show 
Savoy Brown did not come on stage 
until 4 A.M., the house was packed 
and stayed until the last note. Speak- 
ing of notes, guitarist Kim Simmonds 
does not miss one and is a pleasure 
to watch. Vocalist Jackie Lynton now 
fits into the group very well. Lynton 
also had a hand in writing five of the 
tunes, including the title track of the 
group’s new Parrot album entitled 
“Jack the Toad”. Naturally some ma- 
terial presented was from this LP 
and it went over well. 

The killer act was the Electric 
Light Orchestra who record for Uni- 
ted Artists. The ELO knocked the 
crowd out as they performed “10538 
Overture,” “Kuiama,” “Roll Over 
Beethoven” and an old Move song 
“Do Ya”. The group is comprised of 
Jeff Lynne on guitar and vocals, Bev 
Bevan on drums, Mike Alberquerque 
on bass, Richard Tandy at the moog 
and keyboards and from the London 
Symphony Orchestra Colin Walker 
and Mike Edwards both on cello and 
Wilf Gibson on electric violin. Their 
1 Vi hour set was remarkable from 
the outset. The group was very warm 
and cordial and always introduced the 
composition to be played. Long Live 
the Electric Light Orchestra! 

Manfred Mann’s Earth Band also 
got a deserving ovation for an ex- 
cellent set. Their new Polydor album 
“Get Your Rocks Off” does just as 


the Bob Dylan title tune exclaims. As 
on the previous tour the only “old” 
song performed, and this has been 
updated, is “Mighty Quinn”. Manfred 
now has an extended moog synthe- 
sizer solo here as in other composi- 
tions but it fits in really well. Com- 
positions such as “Buddah” come off 
without a hitch and show a high 
level of musical professionalism and 
ability. Mick Rodgers who plays gui- 
tar and sings all vocals is very good, 
as are the other band personnel. 

Status Quo, currently one of the 
more popular bands across the At- 
lantic, finished up their first Ameri- 
can tour here in New York. The 
group who had “Pictures of Match- 
stick Men” as a huge single in 1967 
have had only one personnel change 
since then. Not many groups can 
claim this. “Piledriver,” the current 
album on A&M is varied as it con- 
tains both blues such as “Unspoken 
Words” and rock and roll such as 
“Paper Plane”. The group stuck to 
the latter type of material at the 
concert however and played very well. 
“Don’t Waste My Time,” “Paper 
Plane” and a rousing version of 
“Roadhouse Blues” all started the 
evening’s entertainment off well. The 
band, Francis Rossi, Richard Parfitt, 
Alan Lancaster and John Coghlan are 
very tight musicians constantly mov- 
ing about and getting the audience 
involved in the music. I hope Status 
Quo come back to our shores soon! 

p.s. 



FORUM, INGLEWOOD — The acts 
represented on this bill demonstrated 
in varying degrees how experienced 
they each were when it came to per- 
forming in front of capacity crowds. 
Most likely making their professional 
debut was a local act calling them- 
selves the Infallibles. Their bubbling 
enthusiasm made onlookers momen- 
tarily forget they were viewing tyros 
going pro. The group was infallible 
on a medley of Delphonic hits. They 
inspired a lot’ of girls in the audi- 
ence to scream for more of their 
demulcent sounds. 

Next came Motown’s Willie Hutch, 
whose stage act is also relatively 
new. Backed by three svelte girls, 
he sang all of his own compositions 
including his current hit “Brother’s 
Gonna Work It Out.” As soon as this 
particular brother works out a few 
rough edges he’ll turn into a major 
concert/club performer. 

Avco’s Stylistics brought their mel- 
low nuances to the stage next. Their 
long string of hits are performed 
with fine cheoreographed tableaux. 
These showmen sounded great on 
“Make Up To Break Up,” “You Are 
Everything,” and their smash single 
“You’ll Never Get to Heaven.” 

Finally it was time for an act that 
was celebrating its tenth anniversary 
in the music business, Motown’s 
Temptations. This is one of the most 
consistent hit acts in the business 
despite the personnel changes they’ve 
undergone in the past. When it comes 
to ‘live’ performing it’s a bit unfor- 
tunate that their aggregate of hits 
is as voluminous as it is. Unfortunate 
in that they have to rush to get 
through them all. It’s like watching 
an old time movie speeded up. One 
minute the Tempts are singing about 
how they have sunshine on a cloudy 


afternoon, and the next instant they’re 
wishing it would rain. Nevertheless 
they still remain the archetypal act 
after which others have modeled 
themselves. 

r.b, 


Climax Blues Band 



ACADEMY OF MUSIC, NYC— Why 
would anyone want to bring another 
English electric blues-basecl band to 
these shores? That’s the question a 
few scribes bandied about amidst the 
bustle and hustle in the lobby of the 
Academy of Music, daring intermis- 
sion. The question was answered with 
dispatch as soon as Climax Blues 
Band took the stage. Climax Blues 
Band is not just another blues band. 

The Sire Recording artists repre- 
sent a musical strain much broader 
than the traditional blues form, for 
one thing. It’s 1973, but people still 
feel the blues. They still want to wail, 
jump and shout, and they want a basic 
rhythmic pattern, easily identifiable, 
a common experience, to relate to 
while they boogie. So we will have 
blue-eyed blues since that’s the idiom 
most of the pop/rock audience is able 
to swing with. Climax’s vocal harmon- 
ies resemble the Everly Brothers’ 
vocals more than the gravel-throated 
traditional blues style. Their sax is 
incredible, pushed through a Leslie 
speaker! Lyrics are timely, more in 
keeping with today’s audiences. The 
band enjoys working together as a 
unit. The audience howled for more. 
A successful evening! 

Fabulous Rhinestones play very 
traditional blues with a passion. 
They’re tight and thoroughly captivat- 
ing in their presentation. They’ve 
been around for awhile, simmering 
through the small club scene. Now 
they’re cooking, quite capable of 
pleasing larger and more demanding 
crowds. They’re a welcome addition 
to the concert scene. 

r.n. 


RIVOLI THEATRE, N.Y.C.— In the 
beginning there was the Original Cast 
LP which soon followed by the Broad- 
way production and the resulting 
Broadway Cast LP. Now, or as the 
publicity campaign has been stating 
it, “and now the film . . .” and the 
accompanying Soundtrack. Oversatu- 
ration? Quite possibly. 

“Jesus Christ Superstar” has been 
made into a full length feature film 
that is truly dazzling to say the least. 
Filmed in the Israeli desert, the raw 
extravagance of the natural set is awe 
inspiring and director Norman Jewison 
(“In The Heat Of The Night,” “Fid- 
dler On The Roof,” etc.) utilizes the 
natural grace of the environment to 
the hilt. It’s a shame that the cast is 
not up to the occasion. 

“Superstar” is still a rock opera. 
There is no dialogue to be found in 
the just under two hour spectacular, 
but that’s what opera is all about 
anyway. The real problem lies in the 
totally unbelievable manner in which 
the majority of the cast performs, or 
at least emotes, the now-classic ma- 
terial. The fact that the music has 
been post-synched may have some- 
thing to do with it. but overemotional- 
ism probably is the greatest culprit. 

Ted Neeley, as Jesus, looks the part, 
especially on those frozen frames that 
catch the sincerity in his eyes, but as 
an actor performing the brilliant 
“Superstar” material, he leaves a good 
deal to be desired. His portrayal of 
Christ is shallow and for the most 
part lacking in foundation. As for the 
remainder of the cast, there are a few 
acceptable performances but the weak 
definitely outnumber the strong. 

Yvonne Elliman, again recreating 
the role of Mary Magdalene, seems a 
bit too shy for the part but occasion- 
ally shines in bringing a certain sweet 
innocence to the character. She is fea- 
tured in one of the film’s emotional 
highlights, the “I Don’t Know How 
To Love Him” sequence, which was 
shot during early evening and is a 
display of true cinematic magnificence. 
The song speaks for itself. 

Two characters worthy of mention 
for their fine performances are Joshua 
Mostel, as King Herod, in a wonder- 
ing mock comic role, and Carl Ander- 
son, as Judas Iscariot, who in being on 



WHISKEY, L.A.— How do you talk 
about music when its presence seems 
to be an ancillary, if not accidental, 
circumstance to a group’s perform- 
ance? And performance it was. Col- 
umbia’s Iggy, glistening with sweat 
over his near-nude muscled body sug- 
gested a frustrated athlete in rhap- 
sodic splendor as he combed and 
climbed around the stage enjoying to 
the hilt the fuss and ruckus down 
where we were. It was hard to tell 
who was enjoying whom more, in 
fact. 

Whatever it was, the licentiousness, 
the lustiness of it all was altogether 
enticing. The music itself just whiz- 
zed over our heads, being not in the 
least deflected by our ears, which 
apparently must have been affected 
by the sights our eyes were smart- 
ing from. But that seemed to be the 
point — a display of rauscous rawness 
designed to enervate the listener, or 
in this case, the perceiver, while odd- 
ly enough juicing him to a ridiculous 
high. And though, more times than 
not, the music is about as serious as 
dust and only half as interesting, 
Iggy is a solid commercial act. Solid, 
because, in a crazy way, he knows 
what he is doing and commercial be- 
cause he sells. As an afterthought, 
you may feel you are going to expire 
in one vulgar swoop, but there are 
worse ways. 

b.m. 


screen for much of the film, emotes 
his character in a beautifully, passion- 
ate manner. 

Much of the film suffers from taste- 
less choreography, sadly imitative of 
“West Side Story.” Created by Rob 
Iscove, the film could have been far 
more entertaining without those seem- 
ingly programmed dance sequences. 
The use of slow motion and frozen 
frames during many of the dance 
numbers, although interesting to 
watch, reminds one too much of the 
same television techniques that have 
been used for years now. 

“Jesus Christ Superstar” will un- 
doubtedly be commercially successful, 
most probably due to the advance 
publicity and previous productions, 
but will disappoint many. There’s an 
old expression that goes something 
like, “If the spirit is willing . . .”. 
Well, the spirit is there. Unfortunately 
the charisma isn’t. 

a.g. 


Elvis Presley 

NASSAU COLISEUM— Making his 
second N.Y. appearance approximate- 
ly one year after his long awaited re- 
turn, Elvis Presley is still one of the 
few performers that can generate the 
enthusiasm he always does. He doesn’t 
have to do too much for that either; 
maybe twirl his arms or move his 
legs. Elvis Presley puts on one of the 
most professional shows on the road 
today. Backed by a small orchestra 
and his band, the “King” belts out 
about 25 songs during his one hour 
performance. Those include “Steam- 
roller”, “Suspicious Minds”, and two 
excellent versions of “Bridge Over 
Troubled Water” and “What Now My 
Love”. Elvis has a very rich, full, deep 
voice. Elvis’ part of the show begins 
with the theme music from the film 
“2001” followed by the star’s entrance 
to several thousand flash bulbs which 
is quite a blinding sight. The flashes 
never stop and Elvis Presley’s flashi- 
ness never does either. The RCA re- 
cording star appeared in a white out- 
fit with lots of sequins and metallic 
embroidery. It was quite ornate. The 
former G.I. looked well and gave a 
great show, which began with “C.C. 
Rider” and “I Got A Woman”. During 
his show a very good medley of old 
rock and roll tunes such as “Blue 
Suede Shoes” was presented. The se- 
curity around the stage was, as you 
can imagine, extensive; very few 
people indeed got up to the front. 
They still threw assorted articles of 
clothing at Elvis and he in turn threw 
out a few scarves. The four shows he 
did at this arena were sold out. 

Comedian Jackie Kahane opened 
the show with twenty minutes of weak 
material. The Sweet Inspirations fol- 
lowed with a great set including a 
medley of songs that they backed 
Aretha Franklin on. 

P'S" 


Manhattan 

Transfer 

HOTEL DIPLOMAT, NYC — The 
eerie, dx-eam-like feeling Manhattan 
Transfer brought to that- faded, ele- 
gantly tattered ballroom subsided af- 
ter a few songs. Vague nostalgia be- 
came specific. They really capture 
the feelings of the by-gone years 
they represent in dress and song. 
Their presence and delivery creeps 
over the listener, enveloping him in 
the musical myth they have mastered 
so well. Their quite literal renditions 
of songs from the 1930s, 1940s and 
1950s are more than camp. This i- 
expository entertainment, a theatric.- i 
experience. Their version of “Guv 
Missile,” is a brilliant example o 
what we’re talking about. 


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rtin and Finley: 
azzling duo 



No, they’re not stand-up comedians, 
or talk show personalities, 
or daytime TV stars. They’re a 
writing/singing team extraordi- 
naire. And their debut single, 

“It’s Another Sunday” is not just 
another single. Listen. 

Martin & Finley. “It’s Another 
Sunday”. Motown Single #M-1242 


Produced by Bob Gaudio. 

Listen to what’s happening 
at Motown. 

You’ll hear the times change. 

And watch for Martin & Finley’s 
premiere album, “Dazzle ’Em 
with Footwork”. 

©1973 Motown Record Corporation. 





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LIVING IN THE MATERIAL WORLD 

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2 THERE GOES RHYMIN’ SIMON 

PAUL SIMON (Columbia KC 32280) 


3 RED ROSE SPEEDWAY 

paul McCartney & wings (Apple smal-3409) 


4 THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON 

PINK FLOYD (Harvest SMAS 11163) (Dist: Capitol) 

5 NOW & THEN 

6 FANTASY 


CARPENTERS (A&M SP 3519) 11 

CAROLE KING (Ode SP 77018) 12 


7 HOUSES OF THE HOLY 

LED ZEPPELIN (Atlantic SD 7255) 


8 DIAMOND GIRL 

SEALS & CROFTS (Warner Bros. BS 2699) 


9 THE CAPTAIN AND ME 

DOOBIE BROTHERS (Warner Bros. BS 2694) 


10 MADE IN JAPAN 

DEEP PURPLE 

11 YESSONGS 

12 CALL ME 


YES (Atlantic SD 3-100) 


13 1967-1970 

THE BEATLES (Apple SKBO 3404) (Dist: Capitol) 


14 ISSAC HAYES LIVE AT 
THE SAHARA TAHOE 


15 BILLION DOLLAR BABIES 

ALICE COOPER (Warner Bros 

16 SPINNERS 


(Atlantic SD 7256) 13 

17 THEY ONLY COME OUT AT NIGHT 


18 THE BEST OF BREAD 


19 BLOODSHOT 


J. GEILS BAND (Atlantic SD 7260) 17 


20 1962-1966 

THE BEATLES (Apple SKBO 3403) (Dist: Capit 

21 I’VE GOT SO MUCH TO GIVE 

BARRY WHITE (20th Century T-4C 

22 ALADDIN SANE 

DAVID BOWIE (RCA LSP 485 

23 BACK TO THE WORLD 

CURTIS MAYFIELD (Curtom CRS 8015) (Dist: Budda 

24 BECK, BOGERT, & APPICE 

(Epic KE 3212 

25 MOVING WAVES 

FOCUS (Sire SAS-7401) (Dist: Paramoui 

26 DOWN THE ROAD 

STEPHEN STILLS & MANASSAS (Atlantic SD 725 

27 THE SIX WIVES OF HENRY VIII 


28 FRESH 


SLY & THE FAMILY STONE (Epic KE-32134) 61 

29 IN THE RIGHT PLACE 


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STEVIE WONDER (Tam 

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TEMPTATIONS (Gordy G 965L) (Dist: Motown) 27 

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NEW BIRTH (RCA LSP 4797) (P8S/PK 2079) 29 


VIA SATELLITE 

ELVIS PRESLEY (RCA VPSX 6089) (P8S/PK 5144) 35 


JOHNNY WINTER (Columbia KS 32188) 25 

40 LIFE & TIMES 


JIM CROCE (ABC ABCX 769) 46 

! GOLDEN AGE OF ROCK ’N’ ROLL 

SHA NA NA (Kama Sutra 0598) (Dist: Buddah) 40 

IEWEAVING 

DAWN FEATURING TONY ORLANDO (Bell 1112) 41 


THE PIANO PLAYER 

ELTON JOHN (MCA 2100) 50 


CARNEGIE HALL 

(Sussex SXBS 7025-2) (Dist: Buddah) 44 


MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK (Bell 1118) 45 


WISHBONE AHS (MCA 327) 47 

Y LIFE 

BILLY PRESTON (A&M 3516) 59 

NDROMEDA 

JOHN DENVER (RCA ASPI 0101) 55 


DEEP PURPLE (Warner Bros. BS 2607) 54 


THE NIGHT 

HARRY NILSSON (RCA APL 1-00997) 60 


52 SKYWRITER 


DONOVAN (Epic KE 32156) 42 

JACKSON FIVE (Motown M761L) 43 

YOU SO 

PERRY COMO (RCA APLI 0100) 67 


ROGER DALTRY (MCA/Track MCA 328) 57 

55 BLACK BYRD 


DONALD BYRD (Blue Note BN LA 047-F) 58 

(Dist: United Artists) 


CRUSADERS (Blue Thumb BTS 700) (Famous) 48 


MANDRILL (Polydor PD 5043) 49 


EARTH, WIND & FIRE (Columbia KC 32194) 71 


ANNE MURRAY (Capitol ST 11172) 56 


(United Artists LA 040F) 62 


TOWER OF POWER (W.B. BS 2681) 73 


CARLOS SANTANA MAHAVISHNU JOHN McLAUGHLIN 
(Columbia KC 32034) 


ARLO GUTHRIE (Warner Bros. MS 2142) 63 


LEON RUSSELL (Shelter STCO 8917) (Dist: Capitol) 


(Fantasy 9415) 52 

ER, NEVER, NEVER 

SHIRLEY BASSEY (United Artists UA LA 055F) 75 

.ANIE AT CARNEGIE HALL 

(Neighborhood SRS 49001) (Dist: Famous) 68 

.OW TALK 

SYLVIA (Vibration VM26) (Dist: All Platinum) 76 


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MUSIC & ME 

MICHAEL JACKSON (Motown M 767L) 38 


YOU BROKE MY HEART SO I 
BUSTED YOUR JAW 

SPOOKY TOOTH (A&M SP 4385) 78 


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SLAYED? 
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SLADE (Polydor PD 5542) 69 

FACES (Warner Bros. BS 2665) 74 


NEITHER ONE OF US 

GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS (Soul 737) (Dist: Motown) 51 


SING IT AGAIN ROD 

ROD STEWART (Mercury SRM 1-680) — 


NO SECRETS 

CARLY SIMON (Elektra EKA 75049) 72 


THE WORLD IS A GHETTO 

WAR (United Artists UAS 5652) 77 


SKYLARK 


(Capitol ST 11048) 81 


THE DIVINE MISS M 

BETTE MIDLER (Atlantic 7238) (TP/CA 7238) 85 


WHO DO WE THINK WE ARE? 

DEEP PURPLE (Warner Bros. 2678) 83 


SWEETNIGHTER 

WEATHER REPORT (Columbia KC 32210) 91 


RECORDED LIVE 

TEN YEARS AFTER (Columbia CZX 32288) 116 


THE NIGHT THE LIGHTS 
WENT OUT IN GEORGIA 

VICKI LAWRENCE (Bell 1120) 53 


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EAT IT 


HUMBLE PIE (A&M SP 3701) 65 


CAN’T BUY A THRILL 

STEELY DAN (ABC ABSX 758) (8/5 758) 70 


SESSION 


JERRY LEE LEWIS (Mercury SRM 2-803) 82 


LARKS TONGUES IN ASPIC 

KING CRIMSON (Atco SD 7263) (Dist: Atlantic) 66 


LAST TRAIN TO HICKSVILLE . . . 
THE HOME OF HAPPY FEET 

DAN HICKS & THE HOT LICKS (Blue Thumb BTS 51) 132 


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COMPARTMENTS 

JOSE FELICIANO (RCA APDI 0141) 80 


AROUND THE WORLD WITH 
THREE DOG NIGHT 

(Dunhill DTS 50138) 94 


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91 


THE BEST OF THE 4 TOPS 

(Motown M7640) 84 


DICK CLARK/20 YEARS OF ROCK 
N’ ROLL 

VARIOUS ARTISTS (Buddah BDS 5133-2) - 


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97 


THE REDBACK BOOK 

scon JOPLIN (Angel 536060) (Dist: Capitol) 113 


GRAND HOTEL 

PROCOL HORUM (Chrysalis CHR 1037) (Dist: W.B.) 64 


STEALERS WHEEL 
DRIFT AWAY 


(A&M SP 4377) 89 


DOB IE GRAY (Decca DL 5397) 79 


BITE DOWN HARD 

JO JO GUNNE (Asylum SD 5065) (Dist: Atlantic) 86 


LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL 

VARIOUS ARTISTS/ MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK 154 

Bell 9002 


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99 

100 


LOGGINS & MESSINA 

(Columbia KC 31748) (CT/CA 31748) 95 


LADY SINGS THE BLUES 

DIANA ROSS/ SOUNDTRACK (Motown M 758 4) 98 


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PLAYGROUND IN MY MIND 

CLINT HOLMES (Epic KE 32269) 

THE PLAN 

OSMONDS (Kolob/MGM SE 4902) 

COME INTO MY LIFE 


THE FIRST TIME WE MET 

INDEPENDENTS (Wand 694) (Dist 

TAPESTRY 

CAROLE KING (Ode 

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HOT AUGUST NIGHT 

NEIL DIAMOND (MCA 1800) 

THIRTY SECONDS OVER 
WINTERLAND 


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120 


HOT ROCKS 1964-1971 

ROLLING STONES (London 2 PS 606/7) 

I’M DOIN' FINE NOW 


THE WATERGATE COMEDY HOUR 


BYRDS 

(Asylum SD 5058) (Dist: Atlantic) 

SOUL MAKOSSA 


BEST OF SPINNERS 



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SUMMER BREEZE 

SEALS & CROFTS (W.B: 2629) (M8/M5 2629) 126 

COUNTRY CASANOVA 

COMMANDER CODY & HIS LOST PLANET AIRMEN 135 
(Paramount PAS 6054) 

THE TIN MAN WAS A DREAMER 

NICKY HOPKINS (Columbia KC 32074) 103 

ANTHOLOGY 

QUICKSILVER (Capitol SVBB 11165) 105 

I’M STILL IN LOVE WITH YOU 

AL GREEN (Hi ZSRL 32074) (Dist: London) 125 

FRAMPTON’S CAMEL 

(ASM SP 4389) 130 

SOUL MAKOSSA 

MANU DIBANGO (Atlantic SD 7267) 138 


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147 


BIRDS OF FIRE 

MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA (Columbia KC 31996) 92 

BO DIDDLEY LONDON SESSIONS 

(Chess CH 50029) 129 

TANX 

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LOU REED (RCA LSP 4807) (P8S/PK 2095) 104 

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MIKE BLOOMFIELD, 10HN PAUL HAMMOND, DR. 10HN 142 
(Columbia KC 32172) 

THE BLACK MOTION 
PICTURE EXPERIENCE 

THE CECIL HOLMES SOULFUL SOUNDS 93 
(Buddah BDS 5129) 

EDDIE KENDRICKS 

(Tamla X T327L) (Dist: Motown) 139 

I KNEW JESUS 

GLEN CAMPBELL (Capitol 11185) 157 

A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC 

ORIGINAL CAST (Columbia S 32265) 137 

JACK THE TOAD 

SAVOY BROWN (Parrot XPAS 71059) (Dist: London) 151 

WHERE ARE YOU NOW MY SON? 

10AN BAEZ (A&M 4390) 131 

HOME TO MYSELF 

MELISSA MANCHESTER (Bell 1123) 140 

LOVE MUSIC 

SERGIO MENDES & BRASIL 77 (Bell 1119) 149 

BLACK CAESAR 

FAMES BROWN, ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK 99 
(Polydor PD 6014) 

BEHIND CLOSED DOORS 

CHARLIE RICH (Epic KE 32247) 146 

MAMA WAS A ROCK AND ROLL 
SINGER, PAPA USED TO WRITE ALL 
HER SONGS 

SONNY & CHER (MCA 2102) 152 

YOU’VE GOT IT BAD GIRL 

QUINCY IONS (A&M SP 3042) 147 

THE SMOKER YOU DRINK, THE 
PLAYER YOU GET 

JOE WALSH (Dunhill DSX-50140) 162 

SAVE THE CHILDREN 

INTRUDERS (Gamble KZ 31991) (Dist: Columbia) 145 

GIVE YOUR BABY A STANDING 
OVATION 

DELLS (Cadet CA 50037) (Dist: Janus) 156 

AFRODISIAC 

MAIN INGREDIENT (RCA LSP 4834) 143 

EVOLUTION 

MALO (Warner Bros. BS 2702) 106 


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ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK — 
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RAUNCH N’ ROLL LIVE 

BLACK OAK ARKANSAS (Atco SD 7019) (Dist: Atlantic) 100 

NATIONAL LAMPOON LEMMINGS 

ORIGINAL CAST (Banana/ Blue Thumb BTS-6006 165 

IN & OUT OF FOCUS 

FOCUS (Sire SAS 7404) (Dist: Famous) — 

PENGUIN 

FLEETWOOD MAC (Reprise MS 2138) 112 

CALUMET 

LOBO (Big Tree 2101) (Dist: Bell 168 

JUDY GARLAND & LIZA MINNELLI 
“LIVE” AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM 

(Capitol ST 11191) 159 

ALL I NEED IS TIME 

GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS (Soul S 739L) — 

(Dist: Motown) 

KILLING ME SOFTLY WITH HER SONG 

JOHNNY MATHIS (Columbia KC 32258) — 

YOU ARE THE SUNSHINE OF MY 
LIFE 

RAY CONNIFF & THE SINGERS (Columbia) 160 

DAVE MASON IS ALIVE 

(Blue Thumb BTS 54) (Famous) 134 

SITTIN’ IN 

LOGGINS & MESSINA (Columbia 31044) 153 

THOMAS JEFFERSON KAYE 

(Dunhill DSX 50149) 136 

THRILLER 

COLD BLOOD (Reprise MS 2130) 164 

JOHN ENTWISTLE’S RIGOR MORTIS 
SETS IN 

(Track 321) (Dist: MCA) — 

CLOSE YOUR EYES 

EDWARD BEAR (Capitol SMAS 11192) — 

“ALIVE" AGAIN . . . NATURALLY . . 

THE LETTERMEN (Capitol SW 11183) 166 

SECOND TIME ’ROUND 

CYMANDE (Janus J 3054) 167 

ANDY WILLIAMS GREATEST HITS 
VOL. 2 

(Columbia KC 32384) — 

BEGINNINGS 

ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND (Atco SD 2-805) 170 

FOR YOUR PLEASURE 

ROXY MUSIC (Warner Brothers BS 2696) — 

PLEASURE 

OHIO PLAYERS (Westbound K2017) (Dist: Chess) 169 

BRASS, IVORY & STRINGS 

HENRY MANCINI & DOC SEVERINSEN 148 
(RCA A PD I -0098) 


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DOING IT TO DEATH 

Fred Wesley & The J.B.’s (People 621) 

I BELIEVE IN YOU 

Johnnie Taylor (Stax 0161) 

I’LL ALWAYS LOVE MY MAMA 

Intruders (Gamble 2506) 

GIVE YOUR BABY A 
STANDING OVATION 

The Dells (Cadet 5696) (Dist: Chess) 

THERE’S NO ME WITHOUT 
YOU 

Manhattans (Columbia 4-45838) 

MISDEMEANOR 

Foster Svlvers (Pride 1031) 

(Dist: MGM) 

TIME TO GET DOWN 

O’Jays (Phila. Int’l ZS7 3531) 

DADDY COULD SWEAR, 

I DECLARE 

Gladys Knight & The Pips (Soul 35105) 

FINDER’S KEEPERS 

Chairmen Of The Board (Invictus 
S7 1251) (Dist: Columbia) 

IT’S FOREVER 

The Ebonys (Phila, Int'l ZS7 3529) 

(Dist: Columbia) 

ONE OF A KIND 

Spinners (Atlantic 2962) 

YOU’LL NEVER GET TO 
HEAVEN 

Stylistics (Avco 4618) 

WHERE PEACEFUL 
WATERS FLOW 


NOBODY WANTS YOU WHEN 
YOU’RE DOWN & OUT 

Bobby Womack (United Artists 255) 

PLASTIC MAN 

The Temptations (Gordy G 129F A) 

SO VERY HARD TO GO 

Tower Of Power (Warner Bros. 7687) 

I CAN MAKE IT THROUGH 
THE DAYS 

Ray Charles (ABC 11351) 


TOUCH ME IN THE 
MORNING 

Diana Ross (Motown 1239F) I 

ARE YOU MAN ENOUGH 

Four Tops (Dunhill D-4354) 

BE WHAT YOU ARE 

Staple Singers (Stax 0164) 

IF YOU WANT ME TO STAY 

Slv & The Family Stone (Epic 5-11017) 

HERE I AM 

Al Green (Hi 2247) - 

ANGEL 

Aretha Franklin (Atlantic 2969) • 

THERE YOU GO 

Edwin Starr (Soul 35103) 

YOU’RE GETTIN’ A LITTLE 
TOO SMART 

Detroit Emeralds (Westbound 213) ; 

THEY SAY THE GIRL’S CRAZY 

Invitations (Silver Blue 801) i 

(Dist: Polydor) 

BLACKBYRD 

Donald Byrd (Blue Note XW-212-W) ; 

(Dist: U.D.C.) 

LOVIN' ON BORROWED TIME 

William Bell (Stax 0157) : 

DARLING COME BACK HOME 

Eddie Kendricks (Tamla 54236) : 

I WAS CHECKIN’ OUT, 

SHE WAS CHECKIN’ IN 

Don Covay (Mercury 73385) ‘ 

BONGO ROCK 

Incredible Bongo Band (Pride 1015) ; 

SOUL MAKOSSA 

Manu Dibango (Atlantic 2971) : 

SWEET CHARLIE BABE 

Jackie Moore (Atlantic 2956) ) 

SOUL MAKOSSA 

Afrique (Mainstream 5542) ; 

NATURAL HIGH 

Bloodstone (London 1046) ) 

HEY YOU! GET OFF MY 
MOUNTAIN 

Dramatics (Volt 4090) ] 


LOVE, LOVE, LOVE 

Donny Hathaway (Atco 6928) 

SHORT STOPPING 

Veda Brown (Stax 0163) 

WILL IT GO ROUND IN 
CIRCLES 

Billy Preston (A&M 1411) 

I’M GONNA LOVE YOU JUST 
A LITTLE MORE BABY 

Barry White (20th Century 2018) 

SIXTY-MINUTE MAN 

Clarence Carter (Fame XW 250) 

STREET DANCE 

Fatback Band (Perception 526) 

LET’S GET IT ON 

Marvin Gaye (Tamla 54234) 

BROTHER’S GONA WORK 
IT OUT 

Willie Hutch (Motown T222E) 

FOREVER 

Baby Washington & Don Gardner 
(Master Five 9103) (Dist: Stereo 

YOU CAN CALL ME ROVER 

The Main Ingredient (RCA 74-0939) 

DIDN’T I 

Sylvia (Vibration VI 524) 

(Dist: All Plat.) 

FRIEND/LONELY TOWN 

Bill Withers (Sussex 257) 

SPINNING AROUND 

Black Ivory (Today T-1520-A) 


WHAT A SHAME 

Dynamics (Black Gold WWS8) 
(Dist: De-Lite) 


BABY I’VE BEEN MISSING 
YOU 

The Independents (Wand 11258) 

I ONLY GET THIS FEELING 

Chuck Jackson (ABC 11368) 


I’LL MAKE IT ALRIGHT 

Beautiful Zion Missionary 
Baptist Church Choir (Myrrh MS-115) 
(Dist: Word) 


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S.O.U.L. (Musicor 1472) 

THAT LADY 

The Isley Brothers (T-Neck ZS7 2251) 

I GOT TO BE MYSELF 

Ranee Allen Group Gospel Truth 
(GTA 1208) (Dist: Stax) 

GIVING LOVE 

Voices Of East Harlem (Just Sunshine 
Records USA 504) (Dist: Famous) 

TO KNOW YOU IS TO 
LOVE YOU 

B. B. King (ABC 11373) 

HE’S THE FATHER OF 
MY CHILDREN 

Pat Lundy (RCA 74-0951) 

JUST OUT OF MY REACH 

Sam Dees (Atlantic 2937) 

STAY AWAY FROM ME 

The Sylvers (Pride 1029) 

JUST DON’T WANT TO 
BE LONELY 

Ronnie Dyson (Columbia 4-45867) 

THE WORLD IS A GHETTO 

Ahmad Jamal (20th Cent. 2026) 

AIN’T NOTHIN’ FOR A 
MAN/YOU NEVER KNOW 

Archie Bell & The Orel Is (Glades 1711) 

LOVE ’0 LOVE 

LeRoy Hutson (Curtom 1983) 

CAN’T UNDERSTAND IT 

J. Butler/ B. Eager (Mercury 2-50165) 

UNTIL IT’S TIME FOR 
YOU TO GO 

The New Birth (RCA APBO-0003) 

IT TAKES BOTH OF US 

Act I (Spring 137) 

SHE DON’T HAVE TO SEE 
YOU 

Tommie Young (Soul-Power 114) 

FUNNY 

Priscilla Price (BASF 15151) 


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DONALD DYDD 

Get yourself between the speakers and get funky with 
Donald Byrd. His latest burst of feeling and imagination 
is titled BLACK BYRD. The Byrd’s the word at Blue Note. 

CLADENCE CARTED 

Immerse yourself in the olympic-size pool of talent 
known to the world as Clarence Carter, “60-minute 
Man,” his latest single on Fame Records, is deep, cool 
and refreshing. What nicer way to spend a few minutes 
on a warm Summer’s afternoon. 

MARGIE EVANS 

Bask in the light of Margie Evans on her latest 
UA single, “Good Feeling.” Our little Margie shines 
with a warmth and brightness all her own. She is 
sunshine on a cloudy day. 

Z.Z.HILL 

"Ain't Nothin’ You Can Do" is the title of Z. Z. Hill’s 
new single on UA. Soul, warmth, feeling and emotion 
are the trademarks of this remarkable R&B vocalist. 
Ain’t nothin’ you can do but sit back and enjoy him. 


LEA RORERTS 

Miss Roberts is one of America’s foremost purveyors of 
the human condition. Take her powerful new UA single, 
“(If You Don’t Want My Love) Give It Back.” For a 
real life experience, experience the real Lea Roberts. 

CANDI STATON 

“Something’s Burning.” It’s Candi Staton with a burning 
desire to express herself in song. It’s Candi’s latest 
single on Fame Records. It’s time you sat by the fire 
and let her warm your heart. 

IKE G TINA 

Welcome to THE WORLD OF IKE & TINA. They've been 
performing all over the world and the result is this 
dramatic new live album. Behind every great woman 
there’s a great man. 

RODDY WOMACK 

This is the year of the Womack explosion. Bobby's 
album, just released, is called FACTS OF LIFE. The first 
single from it is called “Nobody Wants You When 
You’re Down And Out.” Now he’ll live the life 
of a millionaire. 


Cash Box/R&B News Report 



BOB INGREDIENTS— Sonny Rollins, who has won top honors on 

tenor sax in the '73 Down Seat Critics’ Poll, has been adding the final touches 
to his second Milestone aibum at the Berkeley, Calif., based Fantasy studios 
. The Joint Venture {Charles Chalmers, Sandra Rhodes and Donna Dhodes), 
is a back-up 3 ! group who contributed vocals on the newest Al Green (Hi) 
alburn and more recently on the new Jim Post (Fantasy) LP, “Rattlesnake”, 
now released . . . Freddi/Henchi & The Soulsetters, who recently wrapped up 
a smash return engagement at Mother's in Chicago, have a new single, “Funky 
To The Bone”. The release is on The Record Company label . . . Pat Lundy, 
RCA recording artist, is also one of the featured stars in the musical hit, 
‘Cope’. Pat also does the Micki Grant lead role. Pat sings with the soul-power 
of a Gladys Knight. You’ll certainly reach out and be laid-back when you hear 
the materia] that she delivers from material that is now recorded for a new 
LP, produced by husband/manager, Buddy Scott . . . Stax is soon releasing 
a new Carla Thomas LP, "Love Means”. The title tune, “Love Means Never 
Having To Say You’re Sorry” was penned by Carla, brother Marvell Thomas 
and Deanie Parker, publicity chief at the Memphis-based Stax diskery . . . 
Tommie Young (Soul Power label), who scored with her last release, “Do You 
Still Feel The Same Way”, has a new release, “She Don’t Have To See You”. 
Tommie is a young dynamic performer who is described as a hard working 
perfectionist. An album is scheduled to be released shortly . . . The second 
annual Houston Astrodome Jazz Festival is to be held July 13 and 14. On 
the 13th, Aretha Franklin, Bobby Womack, Staple Singers, Billy Paul and 
Herbie Mann will perform. The 14th slate includes, Ray Charles, Stevie Won- 
der, B. B. King, Ella Fitzgerald, Charles Mingus and Freddie Hubbard . . . 
Lonnell Conley, exec, vice-president of BAMA, said, “The purpose of this con- 
ference (June 27-30 in Atlanta) is to establish a base of operations for minor- 
ity members in the broadcasting and entertainment industry. We are expecting 
about 1500 people at the conference to start building and maintaining a solid 
relationship with our fellow man in the broadcasting and musical arts field. 
This conference will bring together people from all over the country to learn 
what BAMA is all about and what it can do for them. Our goal is to develop 
security, opportunity, and influence through personal development and organi- 
zational strength.” The Saturday night program of The Broadcasters and 
Musical Arts conference was highlighted with many events. Miss Black Atlanta 
was presented. Nikki Giovanni made award presentations., Billy Eckstein, Cissy 
Houston, Solomon Burke and Terry Collier provided entertainment. 

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motion director of Phonogram Inc., 
has appointed Jimmy Brooks to the 
post of national promotion, R&B. Be- 
fore joining the national promotion 
staff, Brooks was eastern regional 
R&B promotion manager. 

Before joining Phonogram last 
year, Brooks was Midwest Regional 
promotion manager for Stax Rec- 
ords, and prior to that worked six 
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Paula Starts 
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Four Albums 

NEW YORK — Stan Lewis’ Paula 
label has started a jazz LP line with a 
number of well-known attractions in 
the jazz field. 

The initial albums have just been 
marketed. They feature James Moody 
(“Sax & Flute Man”), Mai Waldron 
(“Mai Waldron on Steinway”), 
Young-Holt Unlimited (“Young-Holt 
Unlimited Plays Super Fly”) and the 
Art Ensemble of Chicago (“Chi Con- 
go”). 


Barrett Strong Signs 
Multi Epic Pact 

NEW YORK — Epic Records has an- 
nounced the signing of Barrett 
Strong to an exclusive recording/pro- 
ducing contract. 

Strong, who burst on the music 
scene more than a decade ago via his 
smash single, “Money,” has earned a 
reputation as one of today’s most 
successful writers and producers. The 
composer of such contemporary clas- 
sics as “I Heard It Through The 
Grapevine” and “Papa Was A Rolling 
Stone,” he was eo-producer, along 
with Norman Whitfield, of many of 
the Temptations most successful sin- 
gles and albums. 

Strong brings to Epic The Fifth 
Revelation, a six-man Detroit group, 
which he discovered. Their first sin- 
gle, produced by Strong and entitled 
“Make Up Your Mind,” has just been 
released by the label. Future plans 
also call for Strong to produce Epic 
artist Rena Scott. 

Meanwhile, Barrett will be making 
his debut as an Epic artist via his 
single, “Preacher Man,” which is 
scheduled to be released at the begin- 
ning of July. 


GRC Appoints 
Gus Redmond 
Nat’l R&B Dir. 

ATLANTA, GA. — Michael Thevis, 
president of the General Recording 
Corporation (GRC) announces the 
appointment of Gus Redmond to the 
position of National R&B Promo- 
tion Director of the General Re- 
cording Distribution Corporation 
(GRDC), the manufacturing, distribu- 
tion and marketing branch of the par- 
ent organization. 

Redmond will be actively promot- 
ing GRC’s new AWARE label and 
such new talents as Loleatta Hol- 
loway, John Edwards, Danny Johnson 
and The Counts. 

Redmond brings to GRC an exten- 
sive background in the music industry 
stemming from his position as Na- 
tional Promotion Director for Brun- 
swick-Dakar Company in Chicago 
where he worked with entertainers 
Jackie Wilson, Tryone David, the Chi- 
Lites and Louis Armstrong. 

Prior to this, Redmond served as 
special projects manager for Stax 
Records in Memphis and for Right 
On, Inc., in New York. His back- 
ground also includes work as travel 
promotion manager for Major Lance 
and Gene Chandler. 

Highlighting the list of responsibil- 
ities as National R&B Promotion 
Director of General Recording Corpo- 
ration, Redmond is currently on a 
23-city cross country promotion tour 
for new recording starlet, Loleatta 
Holloway. 


Magma- Jazz/Rock 
New A&M Group 

NEW YORK — Managers Ken Green- 
grass and Phil Lawrence announced 
they had concluded an agreement with 
A&M Records for Magma, a French 
Jazz/Rock Group. 

The deal is purported to be of ma- 
jor proportions; involving multiple 
albums to be produced by Giorgio 
Gomelski, one of Europe’s foremost 
producers. 

Magma, an extremely innovative 
and revolutionary new group, will 
make its U.S. debut July 7th at Phil- 
harmonic Hall, in the Newport in 
New York jazz Festival. 

A&M plans to release Magma’s 
first album in the U.S. to coincide 
with the group’s New York appear- 
ance. 



COFFY TIME — Poiydor recording 
artist Roy Ayers put in a promotion- 
al appearance at New York’s Pent- 
house theatre during the premiere 
engagement of “Coffy,” the American 
Internationa] action-drama starring 
Pam Grier. Ayers gave away auto- 
graphed copies of his motion picture 
soundtrack LP to the first 100 patrons 
at the theatre, as well as auto- 
graphed photos and other publicity 
materials. 


AYERS SCORES 


ALL SOUL 



WITHOUT GLOVES — Muhammed 
Ali presented Stax recording artists 
The Soul Children with a plaque hon- 
oring them as an “Outstanding Vocal 
Group” at a party held for them in 
Los Angeles last week. Their new sin- 
gle “Love is a Hurtin’ Thing” was 
just released by Stax. Left to right: 
Norman West, Shelbra Bennett, Ali, 
John Colbert. 

D.C.’s Darren Green 
13 Year Old Singer 
Has RCA Single 

NEW YORK — RCA Records has 
signed Darren Green, a thirteen year 
old singer/actor from Washington, 
D.C. 

At the same time the company has 
announced the release of Darren’s 
single, “What Do You See In Him” 
(APBO-0016), the record was pro- 
duced by Sag Productions under the 
direction of Van McCoy. 

Despite his youth, Green has an 
impressive list of credentials. He has 
appeared in the plays, “The Me No- 
body Knows” and “A Magnificent 
Thing To Be.” He has made personal 
appearances at the Miss Black Teen- 
age America Contest” and is sched- 
uled to go on tour with “The Me 
Nobody Knows.” 



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POP PICKS 


CHICAGO VI — Columbia — KC 32400 

The release of a new Chicago album has 
come to be known in the past as a momen- 
tous occasion. The release now of their sixth, 
and possibly best, LP stands even more promi- 
nently. Whatever the feelings of a mass audi- 
ence towards this group have been in the past 
matters not VI is true genius at work and a 
brilliant, natural progression for Chicago that 
puts the band in a spectacular new light. 
“Feeling Stronger Every Day” is the single, but 
this LP is so much more than just a grouping 
of singles. Listen to “Something In This City 
Changes People,” “In Terms Of Two” and 
"Rediscovery” and truly discover for yourself 
what Chicago is all about. Easily one of the 
finest releases of the year. A glorious one 
record set. 

HEY NOW HEY (THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 
SKY) — Aretha Franklin — Atlantic — SD 7265 

Hey now hey, Aretha, THE First Lady of 
Soul, is definitely back on the track and this 
latest album, her first in over a year (and first 
studio work in close to two) is pure dynamite. 
Aretha, in fully utilizing her amazing talents, 
runs through solid material such as the title 
track, “Angel,” “Moody’s Mood,” “Sister From 
Texas” and “Somewhere” with incredible doses 
of emotionalism. The entire collection is beau- 
tiful and should put her back into the Top Ten 
in no time. This is one First Lady that’s never 
going to be voted out of office, and you can 
bet on that. 



JANIS JOPLIN’S GREATEST HITS — Columbia — 
KC 32168 

It takes a good deal more than one album 
of material to complete the late Janis Jopi -,’s 
"greatest hits,” but this collection is seeming- 
ly the first of what will be, hopefully, many 
more to follow. The legacy left by the great 
lady of ’60’s blues is simply incredible 
and much of that superb material is included 
here, in both live and studio performances. 
"Piece Of My Heart," “Cry Baby,” "Me And 
Bobby McGee,” “Get It While You Can,” "Ball 
and Chain" and “Move Over" to mention just 
a few, show what the lady was capable of 
putting across. Nothing will bring her back, 
but it’s nice to know that we still have her 
greatness and memory now and forever. 

EXTENSION OF A MAN — Donny Hathaway — 
Atco — SD 7029 

If this album is in truth the extension of 
Donny Hathaway, then he must be considered 
genius. In compiling a brilliant collection of 
material, Donny runs a full circle from pure 
bred soul to symphonies to gut level rock. 
Side One opens with the tremendous “I Love 
The Lord; He Heard My Cry (Parts I and II)”, 
a definite symphonic work of distinction and 
continues on into such power drives as "Flying 
Easy,” "I Love You More Than you’ll Ever 
Know” and the tremendously sensitive "The 
Slums.” Certain to go down in music annals 
as a classic conception, Donny Hathaway 
seems finally ready to really break loose. 


THIS PRICE IS RIGHT — Alan Price— Parrot— 
PAS 71018 

The truth of the matter is that Alan Price 
has never been wrong and his recent “0 
Lucky Man” sound track proves that state- 
ment decisively. This “classic” re-issue covers 
the keyboardist’s early solo performing days 
and, to once again reveal truth, should have 
been re-released long before this. Included 
here are Alan’s great performances of “I Put A 
Spell On You,” “Simon Smith And His Amaz- 
ing Dancing Bear,” "Living Without You” and 
"The House That Jack Built.” Not only is the 
Price right, so is the material and the excite- 
ment it generates. A very necessary addition 
to anyone’s collection from a very talented 
and very necessary artist of our times. 

RICHARD TUCKER & ROBERT MERRILL AT 
CARNEGIE HALL— LONDON BP 26351 

The voice, that grand instrument, is what 
this set is all about. And how glorious are the 
voices of Richard Tucker and Robert Merrill, 
captured here during their memorable Carne- 
gie Hall concert last Jan. The two men do 
solos, duets on great opera pieces plus two 
lighter numbers, “If I were a Rich Man” from 
“Fiddler on the Roof” and the Yiddish favor- 
ite, "Raisins with Almonds.” George Schick’s 
piano is the only accompaniment, except, of 
course, for the rapturous applause that greets 
each artist’s performance. 

TEN WHEEL DRIVE— Capitol— ST 11199 

Entering into “Phase Three” of their power 
shift, Ten Wheel Drive appears with what 
might as well be their “debut” LP. The group 
has been restructured and now includes Ann 
Sutton (former temporary lead singer of the 
Rascals) as vocalist and an almost entirely 
rearranged rhythm section. The results are 
fine and should do much to put the group 
back on the map. Highlighting this collection 
of jazz-rock oriented tunes are “Ezra,” “Mon- 
soon Rain” and “Close Up The Cheese” as 
strong single possibilities, but take this collec- 
tion as one entity. A pleasant surprise to say 
the least. 



NEWCOMER PICKS 


ANDY WILLIAMS GREATEST HITS, VOL. 2— 
Columbia — KC 32384 

When speaking of Andy’s greatest, you’re 
speaking of some of the greatest pop per- 
formances this side of anywhere. Always pos- 
sessing of the ability of spin a tender ballad 
one moment and increase the tempo and belt 
the next, Andy is represented at his best on 
this collection and the resulting appeal is an 
entertainment wildfire. Listening to per- 
formances of “(Where Do I Begin) Love 
Story,” “Music To Watch Girls By,” “Love 
Theme From The Godfather” and “MacArthur 
Park” is joyous and glorious relaxation. Dest- 
ined to be a smash, and a deserved one at 
that. 

MARTIN MULL AND HIS FABULOUS FURNI- 
TURE IN YOUR LIVING ROOM— Capricorn— 
CP 0117 

If you’ve ever wondered if “The Divine Mr. 
M” is ever serious, this second Martin Mull 
album will totally convince you of your insecu- 
rity. In compiling an LP that is as comedically 
brilliant as it is melodically entertaining, Mar- 
tin seems to be heading in that someday 
“Superstar” direction. Introductions to songs 
and just intermittent rappings are all totally 
entertaining and down right funny. The songs 
aren’t too serious either, but it’s all part of the 
fun. Titles include “Dueling Tubas,” "2001 
Polka,” “In The Eyes Of My Dog” and “A 
Tribute To Bert Parks.” No comment. Get this 
LP and decide for yourself. A ton of fun rolled 
into one (LP). 

PHONOGRAPHIC ALBUM — The Brady Bunch — 
Paramount — PAS 6058 

Those bright eyed, bushy tailed, dimpled 
darlings from the TV series of the same name 
are back again with a wonderfully surprising 
album that should do much to further their 
career as music performers. Armed with an 
entourage of solid studio musicians supplying 
powerful background music, the Bunch de- 
lightfully prance through such good timey ma- 
terial as “Summer Breeze,” "Charlotte’s 
Web,” “I'd Love You To Want Me" and their 
great “Zuckerman's Famous Pig” single. Class- 
ify this one as simply adorable. Check it out. 


THE SWEET— Bell— 1125 

Blockbusting from England to the States 
comes The Sweet hot on the heels of their 
“Little Willy” smash and impending “Blockbus- 
ter” monster. To understate matters, this is 
quite possibly the most impressive rock debut 
in recent memory. This extremely talented four 
man band blasts their way through ten tracks 
of pure bred rock and totally impresses with 
each individual venture. Aside from the double 
dose of hits, distinct future possibilities can be 
found on “Wig Warn Bam” (deservedly the 
next single release), “Hell Raiser” and “Need 
A Lot Of Lovin’”. Already a supergroup, the 
popularity of The Sweet only looks to be in- 
creasing as time goes by. A collection no 
doubt destined for the top of the pops. 



THE ODD COUPLE SINGS — Tony Randall & 
Jack Klugman — Roland Shaw & The London 
Festival Orchestra & Chorus — XPS 903 

TV's “Odd Couple” are out for uncommonly 
good fun in reprising a set of standards. Their 
vocal performances are robust and bright and 
some of the asides are highly comic. "You’re 
So Vain,” by the way, sounds like it’s worth a 
singles market issue. Other songs include 
"Johnny One Note,” “Play a Simple Melody 
and “The Inch Worm.” It's winning music and 
comedy and a natural for loads of specialty 
programming. Come to think of it, the set 
makes for fine all-around programming. 


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POP PICKS 


DAVID CLAYTON -THOMAS — RCA — APL! — 

0173 

Former lead vocalist of Blood, Sweat and 
Tears appears again with his third Solo outing 
and first for RCA. As usual, David powerfully 
offers a wide range of tasty materia! certain to 
bring him greater future successes. The mate- 
rial on this LP runs the gamut from "Hernan- 
do’s Hideaway,” and “Workin' On The Rail- 
road” to Lennon /McCartney’s “Can’t Buy Me 
Love” and Hoyt Axton’s “Sweet Fantasy.” 
Each track has that patented David Clayton- 
Thomas trademark of vocal excitement and 
the resulting entertainment value runs high. 
Worthy of a stop, a look and a serious listen. 




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RATTLESNAKE-— Jim Post — Fantasy — 9425 
Passing up the temptation to say that this 
is an LP with real bite, the temptation to say 
that this second Jim Post collection is a truly 
fine work becomes necessity. A very smooth 
performer who delivers his material with amaz- 
ing natural ability, Post graces the ear here 
with ten songs, each one a true delight. High- 
lighting are “Bicycle Wheel," “Payday,” “The 
Ballad of Rattlesnake’’ and “Sunday Morning 
In The Mountains.” Definitely the kind of LP 
where sitting back, listening and relax ng be- 
comes real pleasure. 


■ NEWCOMER PICKS 



HOMEMADE ICE CREAM — Tony Joe White — 
Warner Brothers — BS 2708 

Tony Joe has finally come up with the per- 
fect dessert to serve up following his very 
tasty “Polk Salad Annie.” This collection will 
do much to increase his following and take 
this fine songwriter to the heights, as a per- 
former, finally. In what is a very homey collec- 
tion, from down home cover design to soft, 
country oriented folk, Tony Joe displays a 
warm, individual talent that cannot be denied. 
From “California On My Mind” to Saturday 
Night In Oak Grove, Louisiana” to “Good 
News,” this collection is as natural as can be, 
and that’s what the times are all about, aren’t 
they? 


PAPER MOON — Original Recordings featured 
in the Soundtrack — Paramount PAS 1012 

Set in the 30’s, the track of the much- 
acclaimed Peter Bogdanovich film contains 15 
original recordings from the 30’s, including 
penormances by Bing Crosby, Paul Whiteman, 
Dick Powell, Hoagy Carmichael, Tommy Dor- 
sey, among others. As such, the set stacks-up 
as a nostalgia package with plenty of fine 
vintage disklngs of evergreens, including, of 
course, “It’s Only a Paper Moon” (Paul 
Whiteman). No present-day versions of these 
songs could possibly do. 


NO TURNING AROUND — Eddie Mottau — MCA 
325 

Actually, the title here should be “No Turn- 
ing Back” considering that this is a major 
turnig point for this fine veteran musician- 
songwriter. The turn to solo performing is 
going to prove a wise move, though, as Eddie 
demonstrates a tender ability to spin a song 
and portray his lyrics with a strong degree of 
believeability. Best single possibility is “Natu- 
ral Drive,” a solid moderately paced rocker 
which could turn on an audience to this fine 
performer. Those folks backing Eddie include 
Felix Pappalardi, Noel Stookey and Rusty 
Young, with Stookey producing as well. There 
are going to be ears turning around to this 
one so start listening closely. 




LIFEBOAT — The Sutherland Brothers & Quiver 
Island — SW 9326 

This LP is more than just a case of two for 
the price of one. These two British bands as 
single entities are powerhouses. Combine their 
talents and watch out. This joint debut is a 
truly solid outing that should build an Ameri- 
can following for both. The keynote is rock, 
but the accents are definitely on tight harmon- 
ies and fine musicianship. Best tracks include 
“Rock and Roll Show,” “(I Don’t Want To 
Love You But) You Got Me Anyway,” “Space 
Hymn” and a delightfully revamped “Not Fade 
Away.” A tight and wonderfully executed 
union ready to turn a piece of Stateside magic.. 


NED DOHENY— Asylum— SD 5059 

With each release, it’s becoming more ap- 
parent that Asylum is fast becoming the rich- 
est label around today. The release of this Ned 
Doheny debut LP only solidifies that trend. 
The richness of this fine newcomer singer- 
songwriter is obvious ten times over (on each 
and every one of the included tracks). Leading 
the way is “Fineline,” a quite likely single 
release and following in rapid succession are 
such sweet mesmerizers as “I Know Sorrow” 
and “Trust Me.” The future looks bright in- 
deed for Ned Doheny and his label. There’s 
little to be concerned about as long as per- 
formers of this high quality continue to ap- 
pear on the recording front. 



BONGO ROCK — Michael Viner’s Incredible 
Bango Band — MGM/Pride — PRD 0028 

No kidding folks, this is the first, original, 
honest-to-goodness-1973 Bongo revival and 
you wanna know something? It’s more enter- 
taining than ever. This collection of tunes, 
mostly covers of past and present hits, comes 
off as the novelty of the year. Included is this 
conglamoration’s current hit single, "Bongo 
Rock,” as well as “Raunchy ’73”, “Apache,” 
“Dueling Bongos” and “Last Bongo In Belgi- 
um.” All are perfectly portrayed instrumentals 
highlighting percussion and solid rhythm sec- 
tions. Get that look of surprise off of your 
face, this one is going to happen. Bongo Pow- 
er! 


BLACK GRASS— Capitol— SW 8916 

The current trend towards pop-gospel fusion 
has become an integral part of the music 
scene and the resulting energy that has been 
created is sheer joy to experience. Black 
Grass, a newcomer to the strain, certainly 
deserves serious attention in that same con- 
versation that centers on such groups as the 
Staple Singers. The energy is there in abun- 
dance and the entertainment is solid and di- 
rectly to the point. Single possibiliites abound, 
especially on “Sweeping Through The City,” 
“Early Morning Rain,” “Give, Give, Give” and 
“Burning Love.” Loads of hit potential here 
and much of it seems ready to bust loose. 


SCRAPS AND NAPKINS — Bob Sanders — Sweet 
Fortune — SFS 802 

A newcomer worth keeping an eye on, Bob 
displays a fine talent for portraying country 
oriented material with " a certain emotional 
charm that adds much to some already solid 
words and music. Sensitivity is obvious simply 
judging by the back cover’s listing of songs 
and the artist’s comception of each. Listening 
to “The Road” (very possible single release), 
“Sing Love” and “Mountains In The Morning” 
show that Bob Sanders is a performer with a 
definite future. An impressive debut that 
should entrench the artist in the public’s eye. 



HALL-MARK— Delores Hall— RCA— APL1 0204 

A music veteran, Ms. Hall is finally here 
with her debut LP. Having been a featured 
player in such Broadway productions as 
“Hair,” "Inner City” and "Godspell” and tour- 
ing with Harry Belafonte shows that the lady 
has got the background and obvious talent to 
succeed on her own. This LP is sheer dynam- 
ite and Ms. Hall’s exuberence makes the ma- 
terial leap out and surround the soul with an 
extremely powerful mood and feel guaranteed 
to make ears perk up and listen closely. Single 
possibilities include "A House Is Not A 
Home,” “Where Do we Go From Here,” "In 
This Lonely Hour” and “When You're Loving 
Somebody.” Look for Delores to make her 
mark in little or no time. 

LATIMORE— Glades— 6502 

Now here is an artist, as natural as can be, 
who sings r&b with as much style as has been 
apparent in quite some time. This LP, pro- 
duced by Al Kooper and featuring backing 
performances by Kooper and Betty Wright, is 
solid from start to finish. The performer's true 
ability shines on excellent covers of “Take Me 
To The Pilot,” "For What It’s Worth,” “If You 
Were My Woman” and “Jolie.” All per- 
formances should make this collection an r&b 
compilation to be remembered for some time 
to come. The next noise you hear on the 
charts will probably be Latimore. 


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Record Sales 
Add Scepter, 

Claims Upswing 

NEW YORK — Record Sales of Col- 
orado, the distribution wing of Musi- 
cal Isle of America’s Denver branch, 
has just added the Scepter- Wand 
family of labels to its line-up, round- 
ing out the firm’s first six months of 
business with an even dozen lines. 
Because of the upswing, a move to 
new quarters is now definitely in the 
works sometime in the next six 
months. 

According to branch manager Bob 
Krug, who heads up both the rack 
jobbing and distributing wings of the 
operation, the Mile High city’s racks 
are steadily expanding as well, 
through a number of new locations 
recently established through such 
chains as Villa Music, the May Com- 
pany and the Bernstein-Applebee 
group. Krug added that the compa- 
ny’s one-stop department also finds 
its business “way up” in the first and 
second quarter of this year. 

In addition to Scepter-Wand, Rec- 
ord Sales also has recently added the 
entire Motown-Tamla and Rare Earth 
line-up, Chess-Checker and Janus and 
related labels, and the very extensive 
Buddah line, which also includes Ka- 
ma-Sutra, Cobblestone, Curtom, Skye, 
Sussex, Teaneck, Hot Wax, Music 
Merchants and Brut, 

Other lines being handled by Rec- 
ord Sales include BASF, All Plat- 
inum (including Stang, Vibration, 
Turbo, A-l and Astroscope), Beverly 
Hills, JMI, Green Mountain, Muse, 
Onyx and the entire CBS Records 
Children’s Library of records. 

Krug also announced that details 
of a major local Denver area promo 
effort are now being worked out in 
connection with the forthcoming ap- 
pearance there of Stevie Wonder and 
Gladys Knight and the Pips. The Mo- 
town-affiliated artists will be appear- 
ing at the upcoming first annual 
Rocky Mountain Jazz Festival to be 
staged in the Mile High City July 
20 - 21 . 

Pate Moves 
To West Coast 

HOLLYWOOD — Johnny Pate, com- 
poser-arranger, is currently in the 
process of moving his operations 
from New York to Los Angeles. Dur- 
ing the past year he has become more 
involved in film scores and much 
more of his time is being spent on 
the west coast. This year alone he 
has composed, arranged and conduct- 
ed the music for three motion pic- 
tures; Brother On The Run, Kill And 
Kill Again, and the recently released 
Shaft In Africa. Last year Pate ar- 
ranged, orchestrated, and conducted 
Curtis Mayfield’s music for the film 
and hit album Super Fly. Although 
his primary interest will be in TV 
and motion picture work, he still 
plans to do a limited amount of pro- 
ducing and arranging in the record- 
ing field. 


Warner Bros. 

Wins Three 
Revere Awards 

NEW YORK — The Paul Revere 
Awards, presented annually by the 
Music Publishers Association, were 
announed June 6th for excellence in 
graphics. 

Warner Bros. Publications reaped 
three of the five awards: First Prize 
for Fleetwood Mac — “Bare Trees”; 
Third Prize for Seals & Crofts — 
“Summer Breeze”; an Honorable 
Mention for The Rolling Stones — 
“Exile on Main Street.” 

_ Citing the past quarter as the print 
division’s most profitable in the his- 
tory of WB, with sales in excess of 
$1 million, general manager Sol Rei- 
ner noted that the company last year 
won four Revere Awards, including 
Grand Prize. 



HAVING A PARTY — MCA Records hosted a luncheon recently in honor of 
Mary McCreary and her recently released debut LP, “Butterflies In Heaven”. 
Pictured at the luncheon (seated, left to right): Mary McCreary; Mike Mait- 
land, president of MCA Records; Gentry McCreary, Mary’s husband and per- 
sonal manager; (standing, middle row) Pat Pipolo, promotion vp; Vince Cos- 
grave, sales vp; Rick Frio, marketing vp; Michele Di Grazia, publicity; 
Johnny Musso, vp; (back row) George Osaki, creative services; and Shelter 
Records’ Denny Cordell. 


Bette Midler 

NEW YORK — Personal Manager 
Aaron Russo/A.E.C. has announced 
Bette Midler’s fall concert tour. In 
keeping with the artist’s concern that 
her shows “maintain an intimate rap- 
port” with her audience, she will play 
only limited capacity houses. In 
several cities, engagements will be 
extended from two to seven days. 

Bookings to date are as follows: 
Aug. (28) Mississippi River Festival, 
Edwardsville, Illinois; (30) Blossom 
Music Festival, Cuyahoga Falls, 
Ohio; Sept. (1) Red Rocks Amphithe- 
atre, Denver, Colorado; (6-7) HIC 
Auditorium, Honolulu; (10-16) Uni- 
versal Amphitheatre, Universal City, 
California; (22) Queen Elizabeth, 
Vancouver, British Columbia; (23) 
Opera House, Seattle, Washington; 
(27-30) Berkeley Community The- 
atre, San Francisco; Oct. (3) Civic 
Plaza, Phoenix; (7) Hofheinz Pavil- 
lion, Houston; (8) Municipal Audito- 

Museum Names 
ASCAP Aide 

NEW YORK — Walter Wager, direc- 
tor of public relations for the Ameri- 
can Society of Composers, Authors 
and Publishers, has been appointed to 
the board of trustees of the New 
York Jazz Museum. The announce- 
ment was made by Howard Fischer, 
executive director of the New York 
Jazz Museum, located at 125 West 
55th Street. 


Fall Tour 

rium, New Orleans; (12-14) Auditori- 
um Theatre, Chicago; (18-20) Mason- 
ic Temple, Detroit; (21) Kiel Opera 
House, St. Louis; (24) Civic Center 
Auditorium, Atlanta; (25) Civic Au- 
ditorium, Jacksonville, Florida; (26) 
Miami Beach Auditorium; (27) Curtis 
Hixon Hall, Tampa; Nov. (1) War 
Memorial, Nashville, Tennessee; (2) 
Ellis Auditorium, Memphis; (11) Sy- 
ria Mosque, Pittsburgh; and (25, 26, 
28) Academy of Music, Philadelphia. 

Miss M’s second Atlantic Album is 
scheduled for an early-September re- 
lease. A heavy advertising and pro- 
motion campaign will simultaneously 
support the tour and album. 

Chico Hamilton 
Signed To Stax 

HOLLYWOOD — Stax Records has 
signed vet jazz drummer Chico Ham- 
ilton to a recording contract, moving 
the music company further into the 
jazz field from its earlier concentra- 
tion on blues and soul music. 

Hamilton, who will make his first 
public appearance as a Stax artist on 
July 8 at the Montreux, Switzerland 
Jazz Festival, recorded his first Stax 
album in Los Angeles last week. 

Famed as the leader of the Chico 
Hamilton Qunitet, Hamilton current- 
ly is working with Ernie Lawrence, 
Alex Foster, Mike Richmond and 
Barry Finnerty. 



GOOD SHOW — BMI president Edward M. Cramer (c.) presents Bill Graham 
with a BMI commendation of excellence, as Neil Anderson, (Left) BMI per- 
forming rights director, San Francisco looks on. The presentation was the 
highlight of BMI’s third anniversary celebration of the opening of its offices 
in the Bay City. The party was held June 7 at the Great American Music Hall. 


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HOLLYWOOD — A new art 
agement company, Pinnacle At'.’ - its* 
Agency Ltd. (PAL), has been foj 
here by four execs on the contem- 
porary music scene and already rep- 
resents almost a dozen acts. Address 
is: 211 South Beverly Drive, Suite 
200; Phone: (213) 278-4822. 

“We’re a full-service, creative 
agency with the capability to provide 
the kind of positive attention and 
support that’s become more lip ser- 
vice than fact with other agencies 
over the years,” said one of the prin- 
cipals, Bill Utley. 

He’s joined at PAL by Burt 
Jacobs, with whom Utley was asso- 
cited in personal management, for 
Three Dog Night, Steppenwolf and 
others; Ron Terry, a founder with 
Frank Barselona of Premier Talent; 
and Chuck Barnet, an agent with 
CMA in its music division for six 
years prior to forming his own com- 
pany. 

The Utley-Jacobs-Terry-Bamet cli- 
ent roster at PAL already includes 
Three Dog Night, T. Rex, the Supre- 
mes, Ruben and the Jets, John Kay, 
Steppenwolf, Deodato, Tom Waits, 
Dion, and the Mob. All the clients 
currently are at work and most have 
heavy concert schedules carrying into 
the fall, Terry reported. 

He noted, as example, that Three 
Dog Night is booked solidly through 
the July 20-Sept. 2 period. T. Rex, 
among England’s few international 
attractions, embarks shortly upon a 
full-scale U.S. tour. Ruben and the 
Jets and Deodato, too, have full sum- 
mer itineraries. 

In moving into the PAL artists 
management operation, both Utley 
and Jacobs have retired from the 
field of personal management and in 
the process closed their eminently 
successful Reb Foster Associates, 
Inc., organization. 

Their management background 
spanned more than a dozen years and 
saw them through the introduction 
and major achievements of artis such 
as the Standells, Turtles, Steppen- 
wolf, John Kay and Three Dog 
Night. 


Sherman Music 
On O’Connor 
Summer Tour 

NEW YORK — Joe Sherman, ar- 
ranger-composer, has just assembled 
a 40 piece orchestra to background tv 
star Carroll O’Connor’s in-concert 
appearances which debuted this sum- 
mer at the St. Louis Municipal Opera 
House, St. Louis, Missouri on June 
29 to July 1. The O’Connor in-person 
appearances have been divided into 
two acts; an “Archie Bunker” mono- 
log has been scripted for the opening, 
followed by O’Connor singing nostal- 
gic songs from the 1930’s and 1940’s. 
The O’Connor organization an- 
nounced that future dates will be 
scheduled as they are worked around 
the popular tv star’s taping sessions 
on the “All In The Family” set. 

Sherman said O’Connor’s reper- 
toire has been plucked from the yet 
actor’s two albums: “Remembering 
You” (A&M Records) and “Archie 
and Edith, Side by Side” (RAC Vic- 
tor). Sherman will write and arrange 
O’Connor’s next album. 


MGM Inks Feelings 

NEW YORK — Fellings, a self- 
contained New York rock group, has 
been signed to MGM Records. Their 
first single, “Since You Have Gone,' 
produced by John Linde of L T ltra- 
Sonic Productions and Chuck Laski. 
is set for immediate release. The 
group consists of four writer /per- 
formers and records at Ultra-Sonic 
Recordimg Studios in Hempstead. 
Long Island. Feelings is Ultra-Sonic 
Productions’ second act signed to a 
major record label. Baxter, whose L tr 
is entitled “Baxter” was signed to 
Paramount. 


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CashBox Country Roundup 





George Jones says “Nothing Ever 
Hurt Me (Half As Bad As Losing 
You)” . . . Danny Davis and The 
Nashville Brass were recently re- 
booked into The Club in Birmingham, 
Aia. and the manager of the private 
club reports that three days after all 
members of the club had been mailed 
notices of their appearance, the entire 
2-week stint was completely sold-out. 
(Maybe Davis should re-name the 
group “Birmingham Brass?”) . . . Be- 
ware of “daffynitions” when referring 
to Curly Jones who insists he is not a 
bus driver for the Oak Ridge Boys. 
“I’m a Transportation Engineer,” he 
professes with pride . . . Enterprise 
recording artist O. B. McClinton was 
among several stars to be officially rec- 
ognized during the annual Tennessee 
Walking Horse Celebration (June 26) 
in Shelbyville . . . George Jones & 
Tammy Wynette will be the exclusive 
entertainers this year during the 
Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo (July 
23-23) in Wyoming . . . Singer Ronnie 
Prophet is in Toronto, Canada, to be- 
gin taping his new CBC variety 
show,” Country Roads, Starring Ron- 
nie Prophet.” Prophet’s show will 
serve as the summer reolacement for 
the popular Tommy Hunter Show. 
Air time will be the prime time slot 
each Friday at 9:00 p.m. According to 
Prophet, he will introduce a new 
country-pop song on the show each 
week selected from compositions sent 
in by viewers. “This is a new concept 
in programing, and we are really ex- 
cited about it,” says Prophet. Various 
segments including guest per- 
formances, singing, instrumentals, 
comedy, and a puppet segment with 
Prophet doing the voices will also be 
featured each week . . . 

Mariana Levine, noted Nashville 
dance instructor, has been chosen to 
choreograph 10 more Spring Street 
Singers Shows for that TV series. 
Marianna has already worked on a 
number of their shows and received 
much attention for her work. In addi- 
tion to her work with the “Singers,” 
she has also choreographed nine ma- 
jor shows for Opryland this year in- 
cluding the very popular” I Hear 
America Sing,” and the new country 
show, “My Country.” This is the sec- 
ond year for Ms. Levine to work in 
this capacity at Opryland . . . When 
Johnny Cash discovered the song 
writing ability of Glen Sherley behind 
the walls of Folsom Prison and 
brought him to Nashville to write and 
record, Glen didn’t forget his friend 
and co-writer Harlan Sanders. With 
the help of Johnny, Glen helped secure 
Harlan’s release and brought him to 
Nashville. Now that Harlan is tasting 
success as a song writer and publish- 
er, he too is “reaching back” to help a 
very talented song-writer and friend, 
David “Cuz” Powers, who is now in 
San Quentin Prison. Harlen pitched 
two songs, “Godshine” and “Tony,” 
(published by Sarsfield Songs) to his 
friend Johnny Cash. Johnny liked 
both songs and has recorded them for 
an early release . . . Buck Lake in 
Angola, Indiana, set Charlie Louvin 
and The Big Men with Diane McCall 
plus the rompin’-stompin’ Stonemans 
for their big 4th of July celebration 
entertainment . . . 

It’s back to the Grandstand shows 
for Sonny James and The Southern 
Gentleman. After a customary June 
vacation, James takes his show to the 
Lakehead Exhibition in Thunder Bay, 
Ontario, to open the Fair season June 
28 and 29. The busy fair schedule for 
the ensuing months calls for Sonny 
and his show to make appearances 


from Coast to Coast, including a 
series of engagements in the states of 
Washington, Oregon and Montana. 
According to his manager, Bob Neal, 
Sonny’s problems with allergy are 
disappearing and responding to treat- 
ment. Plans call for one of his big- 
gest fair seasons in 1973. 

Jack McFadden, personal manager 
for Buck Owens and president of 
OMAC Artists Corporation in Bakers- 
field, California, is touring several 
Asian and Pacific countries, including 
New Zealand, Australia, Hong Kong, 
Japan and South Africa, from June 
18th and returning July 5th. McFad- 
den accompained Susan Raye on the 
first leg of his tour as she performed 
June 20-25 in New Zealand and will 
travel alone to finalize negotiations 
for a world-wide tour for the Buck 
Owens Show . . . Little Richie John- 
son reports American Heritage Rec- 
ords Distribution by SSS will soon 
release new albums. The first by Dar- 
rell McCall, then Jimmy Snyder. DJ’s 
may obtain by writing Little Richie 
Johnson, Box 3, Belen, New Mexico, 
87002 . . . Bobby Bare is working on 
his new concept album with Shel Sil- 
verstein. Bobby’s current single is 
“Ride Me Down Easy,” on the RCA 
label. 

Newly signed Mercury artist Gary 
Sargeants is a former bartender from 
Colorado. Immediately on release of 
his new Mercury single, “Red Hot 
Memories, Sargeants joined Tom T. 
Hall’s road show as a featured act 
and appeared in New Zealand on a 
five day tour with Hall . . . MCA 
recording artist Jeannie Seely has up- 
coming album titled “Dammed Girl 
Singer.” Sez the outspoken blonde 
bomber: “Every gal in the business 
has been called this at one time or 
another, so we thought it would be a 
novelty to label the next LP with it.” 
Liner notes are by another girl 
singer, close friend Dottie West. Re- 
lease is due any day on MCA’s budg- 
et-line Coral Records . . . The first 
country music release for Marti 
Brown on Atlantic label set for imme- 
diate release is titled “Love Shine” . . . 
Windchime Productions Larry Hen- 
ley has announced a deal with 
11-year-old sensation — Jeff Robinson. 
Robinson is managed by Bo Tucker, 
father of Tanya Tucker and LaCosta 
Daryl. 

Jamie Ryan appeared at a benefit 
at Six Flaggs over Mid-America 
sponsored by St. Louis radio station 
WIL. Proceeds from the benefit go to 
St. Jude’s Hospital in Memphis . . . 
Cannes Film Festival award winning 
movie “Love Forever” features song 
of the same title which was penned by 
husband/wife team Clarence Selman 
and Marijohn Wilkin. Bobby Bare 
does the vocal honors on the record- 
ing that will be released as a sin- 
gle immediately on the Rice Record 
label. Starring in the movie are Gene 
Hackman of “French Connection” 
fame and A1 Pachino from “Godfa- 
ther” . . . The Gatlinsburg Arts and 
Crafts Center opened June 18 and 
will present country music on a six 
nights a week schedule during the. 
summer months. Among the artists 
booked already are George Morgan, 
Stu Phillips, Jack Barlow and Bill 
Carlisle . . . Bobby Wright has a new 
release on the ABC-Dunhill label enti- 
tled “Burning Memories.” The song 
from the Cedarwood catalogue was 
written by Wayne Walker and Mel 
Tillis. 

Carl Perkins who recently signed a 
recording contract with Mercury Rec- 
ords, has been released from a Jack- 


son, Tennessee hospital following 
corrective surgery. Perkins new single 
release is “You Tore My Heaven All 
To Hell” ... The Hank Williams Jr. 
Show, along with Jeannie C. Riley 
and the Homesteaders have been 
booked at Temple University’s Music 
Festival on July 16th, which makes 
them the first country act to perform 
at the concert series. The summer fes- 
tival is a regular event for the uni- 
versity. This year’s festival will in- 
clude such outstanding acts as Ella 
Fitzgerald, Ferante and Teicher, 
Michel LeGrand, and Ramsy Lewis . . . 
Earl E. Owens, president of Owens- 
Fair and Associates has announced 
that Doug Wayne Bortnem has joined 
the firm in the capacity of account 
executive. Bortnem has a wide range 
of experience including holding the 
same position director with Buddy 
Lee Attractions, and that of public 
relations director with the Musical 
Hart’s Family. 

Quinnie Acuff, president of A Q 
Talent, and Jim Bowen, president of 
Bow and Arrow Productions have 
reached an agreement whereby A Q 
Talent will book appearances by 
MGM artist Ronnie Sessions. At the 
same time it was announced that 
Bowen will move his Bow and Arrow 
headquarters to 817 16th Avenue 
South in Nashville. 

NMPA Board 
Holds Parley 
In Nashville 

NASHVILLE — In the finale to a 
busy day in Nashville, the Board of 
Directors of the National Music 
Publishers’ Association were guests 
at a dinner recently (21) at the 
Hillwood Country Club, given in its 
honor by the First American Na- 
tional Bank of Nashville. The occa- 
sion was the first meeting of the 
NMPA Board of Directors held out- 
side New York City since the Asso- 
ciation’s establishment in 1917. Top 
officers of the Bank greeted NMPA 
officers and directors as well as the 
leading lights of Nashville’s music 
community. 

Before the morning Board meet- 
ing, however, officials of NMPA had 
already met with officials of the 
Country Music Association for in- 
formal discussion of matters of mu- 
tual general interest. 

The Board meeting, attended by 
nearly every one of The Board Mem- 
bers, was followed by a lunch given 
by the NMPA Legal Committee for 
the lawyers in the Nashville area, 
active in the music business. The 
lunch was co-chaired by Alan L. 
Shulman, Chairman of NMPA’s Le- 
gal Committee and John C. Taylor 
III, of Paul, Weiss, Rifkin, Wharton 
& Garrison, General Counsel to the 
Association. 

In the afternoon, Salvatore Chi- 
antia, president of NMPA, presided 
at a meeting of Nashville area mem- 
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CashBox 



Country Music Report 


RCA's Country Cookin' Promo Drive 
Whets Retail Appetites; Sales Up 


NEW YORK — Mort Hoffman, Divi- 
sion Vice President, Commercial Op- 
erations, RCA Records, has an- 
nounced that RCA’s Spring-Summer 
special Country Music Program is 
being extended through July 31.” 

“It will be some time before we 
have actual percentages, but we know 
from the way sales have been pouring 
in from all over the nation that this 
program has given our country music 
an impressively vital boost at a tradi- 
tionally slow time of the year. I think 
our people have really outdone them- 
selves on this so far, so we are exten- 
ding it to keep up the momentum,” 
Hoffman said. 

He detailed some of the various 
regional campaigns. “In St. Louis, 
our people even had the imagination 
to tie our local campaign in with 
local flood relief programs. Music 
Two, eight Pizza Hut stores and Ra- 
dio WIL invited the radio station lis- 
teners to bring canned foods to any 
of the pizza huts to receive an RCA 
country single plus a coupon worth 
50(f toward purchase of a pizza. The 
Salvation Army then delivered the 
canned goods and RCA country rec- 
ords to flood victims. There also has 
been a country cooking contest for 
consumers with stores distributing 
entry forms. Winning cook will 
prepare a dinner for WIL personali- 
ties and will be flown to Nashville for 
a tour following the dinner,” Hoffman 
said. 

Capitol Country 
Tops July LP’s 

HOLLYWOOD — Capitol Record’s 7- 
album release for the month of July 
will be highlighted by country al- 
bums, new product from Lori Lieber- 
man and Ale Harvey, along with a 
unique motion picture sountrack al- 
bum, according to Brown Meggs, CRI 
vice president, marketing 

Under the theme “This Is Capitol 
Country,” new albums by Merle Hag- 
gard (“I Love Dixie Blues ... So I 
Recorded Live In New Orleans”), 
Buck Owens & Susan Raye (“The 
Good Old Days . . . Are Here Again”), 
Freddie Hart (“Trip to Heaven”) 
and Tennessee Ernie Ford (“Country 
Morning”) will spearhead the label’s 
extensive country campaign for July. 

Vocalist Lori Lieberman, whose 
debut album had the original version 
of the hit, “Killing Me Softly,” makes 
her second outing for the label with 
“Becoming” and singer-songwriter 
Alex Harvey will be showcased on his 
third Capitol album titled “True 
Love.” 

Completing the release is Island 
Records’ “No Go” soundtrack album. 
Like the motion picture of the same 
name, the record features songs com- 
posed and performed by persons liv- 
ing behind the IRA-controlled barri- 
cades of Londonderry in war-torn 
Northern Ireland. Island Records is 
distributed by Capitol. 

Betty Gibson 
To Cinnamon 

NASHVILLE — Betty Gibson was re- 
cently named national country pro- 
motion manager for Cinnamon Rec- 
ords, reports Johnny Morris, president 
of the label. In her new post Betty 
will coordinate all promotions on 
Cinnamon’s country product. 

Betty, wife of Nashville’s Joe Gib- 
son, was formerly involved in promo- 
tion at Prize Records and Country 
College. 


A best cook and best window dis- 
play contest has been conducted by 
Music Two in Atlanta. Winning cook 
wins a trip to Nashville with tickets 
to the Grand Ole Opry, and the five 
dealers with best window displays win 
trips to Nashville also. Judges will be 
Jim Clemens of WPLO and Jim Wil- 
den of WBIE. 

Six flags Over Texas ran a week- 
long RCA country festival with two 
RCA artists performing each day, 
with the festival tied in to local store 
window and in-store displays. Fes- 
tival was launched by a full-page 
newspaper ad by Six Flags. RCA ar- 
tists who performed were Nat Stuck- 
ey, Ronnie Milsap, Dickie Lee, 
Johnnie Bush, Pat Daisy, Johnny 
Russell, Mac Wiseman, George Hamil- 
ton IV, Charlie Walker and Kenny 
Price. The artists then made nightly 
guest appearances on the Bill Mack 
Show on WBAP and on KBOX and 
KBUL. Country Cookin’ T-shirts and 
pot holders were distributed to stores 
and radio stations. 

The nationwide country campaign 
has the theme, “Country Cookin! It’s 
Finger Poppin’ Good” and featured 
new and catalog product by many of 
RCA’s top country artists. The cam- 
paign was launched with national 
trade advertising and is being sup- 
ported by local print and radio adver- 
tising and window and in-store dis- 
play materials. 

Top Billing 
Puts Artists 
In Showcase 

NASHVILLE — After laying down 
three months of ground work, Top 
Billing, Inc. of Nashville recently 
showcased their artist roster for a 
g-roup of 20 out-of-town guests rep- 
resenting top resorts and clubs 
throughout the United States. 

Among the group that attended the 
review of artists at Nashville’s King 
Of The Road, were representatives 
from The Ponderosa in Reno; Gus 
Stevens of Biloxi; Tantara Resort in 
Osage Beach, Mo., the largest single 
resort hotel in the continental United 
States; The Club in Birmingham, and 
others. 

Presenting the artists for the guests 
with an eye for future club engage- 
ments is believed to be a first for 
Nashville, according to Tandy Rice, 
Top Billing president. 

Artists whose acts were reviewed 
at the King of The Road Roof were 
The Jack Greene — Jeannie Seely 
Show, The Del Reeves Experience, 
Jim Ed Brown and the Cates Sisters. 
For the second half of the review the 
old paddle wheel riverboat Belle 
Carol was chartered for a river cruise 
for acts considered “lounge-type.” 
Jamie Ryan, Marti Brown, Stan 
Hitchcock, Patty Tierney and Ronnie 
Sessions were among the artists thus 
presented. 


Queen To River 

MEMPHIS — River Records of Mem- 
phis has announced the appointment 
of Jim Queen, former WKRA DJ, as 
national promo director for all River 
product. River Records is located at 
147 Jefferson Ave., Suite 407, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 38103. 


Country Artist of the Week: 

KITTY WELLS 



THE QUEEN OF COUNTRY MUSIC — That slogan sums up the many re- 
markable qualities of a brilliant and modest lady who is one of MCA Records 
all-time top record sellers. 

Male stars dominated the business before Nashville-bom Kitty Wells ar- 
rived in 1952 with her MCA release “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk 
Angels.” It sold 800,000 copies initially, has now sold more than a million 
and is still selling. 

A seemingly endless stream of singles (461) and albums (43) followed and 
continue to appear on a regular basis. Her hits include “One By One,” “After 
Dark,” “You and Me,” “Paying For That Backstreet Affair,” “Cheatin’s a 
Sin,” “I Don’t Claim To Be An Angel,” “Lonely Side Of Town,” “Searching,” 
“God Put A Rainbow in The Cloud,” “Your Love Is The Way,” “They’re 
Steppin’ All Over My Heart,” “Mommy For A Day,” “How Far To Heaven,” 
and her current “Easily Persuaded.” 

Several of her hits were recorded with the late Red Foley, her husband 
Johnny Wright, Webb Pierce and Roy Drusky. 

Almost every success and honor that can come to a country music per- 
former has come to Kitty Wells. She was voted the Number One country 
music artist from 1953 through 1963 and virtually every trade paper award 
has been presented to her at some time. She has performed in every state of 
the United States, all Canadian provinces, Germany, France, Italy, Holland, 
and England. Her television appearances include the “Tonight Show” and 
“The Dean Martin Show” and most of the syndicated country music shows. 
Since 1969 she and Johnny Wright have starred in their own country music 
syndicated TV show, “The Kitty Wells-Johnny Wright Family Show”. 

Just released was “Favorite Songs and Recipes,” the second Kitty Wells 
book and her life and works is now being processed for installation in the 
John Edwards Memorial Foundation of Country and Folk Music Library at 
UCLA. 

Kitty Wells, the Queen of Country Music, holds a lifetime contract with 
MCA where she is produced by Owen Bradley, vice president. 


DJ's Dig Opryland Remote Broadcasts 


NASHVILLE — The “Mr. DJ 
U.S.A.” program at Opryland U.S.A., 
the $25 million family entertainment/ 
recreation complex here, has been 
booked heavily since the park opened 
to the public for its second season in 
April. 

The following stations and DJs 
have participated in the program 
which allows the stations to broad- 
cast remote from the park’s perma- 
nent radio facility and places the sta- 
tion’s disc jockey in Opryland’s DJ 
Hall of Fame: WLAY — Jim Smith — 
Sheffield, Ala.; WTRO — Carl Minton — 
Dyersburg, Tn.; WTJS — Ralph 
Lovell — Jackson, Tn.; WHDM — 
Charlie Baylor — McKenzie, Tn.; 
WJIG— Jerry Douglas — Tullahoma, 
Tn.; WNGO — Gary Kidd — Mayfield, 
Ky.; WSHF — Chet Rumore & Danny 
Haynes— Sheffield, Ala.; WAGG— 
Mike Hight — Franklin, Tn.; WDOD- 
FM — Sid Hughes — Chattanooga, Tn.; 
WSM AM/FM — Ralph Emery & Ken 
Bramming — Nashville, Tn.; WAMG — 
Bill Hart — Gallatin, Tn.; WKOA — 
John McCarty — Hopkinsville, Ky.; 
WJMW — Bill and Bob Dunnavant — 
Athens, Ala.; WAKI — Tom Miller — 
McMinnville, Tn.; KSTL — -Sheets 
Yaney and Jenny Jamison — St. Louis, 


Mo.; WMSR — Johnny Hill — 
Manchester, Tn.; WKBJ — Tom Neal & 
Bill Haney — Milan, Tn.; WDXN — Bob 
Nyles & Lee Dorman — Clarksville, 
Tn.; WMQM — Art Scott — Memphis, 
Tn.; WSVL — Ann Williams and Jack 
Boyce— Shelbyville, Ind.; WVRY-FM 
Joey Parker — Waverly, Tn.; WRBC — 
Dudley Evans — Jackson, Miss.; 
WGAP — Harry Robertshaw — 
Maryville, Tn.; WKYG — Ralph Allen — 
Parkersburg, W. Va.; WDXE — Ron 
Fisher, C. H. Newton, Dan Hollander — 
Lawrenceburg, Tn.; WDKN — Cousin 
Loonie, Joe Webster, Warren Medley — 
Dickson, Tn.; WKTA-FM — Ed Cisco, 
Doyle Connell — McKenzie, Tn.; 
KARN — Lloyd Denny — Little Rock. 
Ark. 

Says general manager, Mike 
Downs: “It’s unthinkable to honor 
American music without also honor- 
ing the men who play music for 
America. The country’s disc jockeys 
give us the gift of music 24 hours a 
day and we felt that the best among 
them should be singled out for special 
honor.” 

Stations interested in broadca 
remote from Opryland’s facilities may 
contact the park’s radio manager, F • 
Anderson. 


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Cash Box — July 7, 1973 


Top Country Albums 















TOflY DOUGLAS 


The very 


a lot of 

people will 
want to 
hear. 


A winning new single 
from the album, “Thank 
You For Touching 
My Life”, which naturally 
includes Tony’s recent 
hit of the same name. 


“My Last Day” 

DOA-17464 


b/w 

Fight Every Step Of The Way” 


BWKVOU 
FOR 
ITOUCHIMG 
MY LIFE 


DOS-26009 


A GULF * WESTERN COMPANY 

A Division of 

Famous Music Corporation 
A Gulf + Western Company 


1 BEHIND CLOSED DOORS 

Charlie Rich (Epic 32247) 

2 KIDS SAY THE 
DARNDEST THINGS 

Tammy Wynette (Epic KE 31937) 

3 THE RHYMERS AND OTHER 

FIVE AND DIMERS 

Tom T. Hall (Mercury SRM 1-668) 1 

4 GOOD TIME CHARLIE 

Charlie McCoy (Monument KZ 312215) 9 

5 DANNY’S SONG 

Anne Murray (Capitol 11172) 4 

6 YOU LAY SO EASY 
(ON MY MIND) 

Bobbv G. Rice (Metromedia MC 0186) 10 

7 INTRODUCING 

Johnny Rodriguez (Mercury SR 61378) 5 

8 SUPERSTAR 


Roy Clark (Dot 2S008) (Famous) 8 

9 THE BLUE RIDGE RANGERS 

(Fantasy 94115) 115 

10 DAISY A DAY 

Jud Strunk (MGM SE 4998) 13 

11 MAC DAVIS 

(Columbia KC 32206) 12 

12 DON WILLIAMS VOL. 1 

(JMI 4004) 19 

13 THE SESSION 

Jerry Lee Lewis (Mercury SRM 2-802) 6 

14 GOSPEL ROAD 

Johnny Cash (Columbia KG 32253) 11 

15 GOOD THINGS 

David Houston (Epic KE 321189) 17 

16 BRENDA 

Brenda Lee (MCA 305) 7 

17 AIN’T IT AMAZIN’ GRACIE 

Buck Owens (Capitol MAS 11180) 21 

18 WHAT’S YOUR MAMA’S 
NAME 


Tanya Tucker (Columbia KC 32272) 25 

19 TOO MUCH MONKEY 
BUSINESS 

Freddy Weller (Columbia KC 32218) 23 

20 SHE'S GOT TO BE A SAINT 


22 

SHE NEEDS SOMEONE 
TO HOLD HER 



Conway Twitty (MCA 303) 

20 

23 

1 HATE GOODBYES 



Bobby Bare (RCA A 0040) 

26 

24 

ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR 



Loretta Lynn (MCA 300) (Dist: Decca) 

16 

25 

SWEET COUNTRY 



Charlie Pride (RCA APL D-02117) 

30 

26 

CHEATING GAME 



Susan Raye (Capitol ST 11179) 

31 

27 

lonesome: on’ry & mean 



Waylon Jennings (RCA LSP 4854) 

18 

28 

AM 1 THAT EASY TO FORGET 



Jim Reeves (RCA APL 1-0039) 

35 

29 

A LADY NAMED SMITH 



Connie Smith (Columbia KC 32185) 

22 

30 

ALOHA FROM HAWAII 



Elvis Presley (RCA VIA >6089) 

27 

31 

1 KNOW JESUS 



Glen Campbell (Capitol SW 11185) 

32 

32 

BAR ROOMS & POP A TOPS 



Jim Ed Brown (RCA APL 1-0172) 

38 

33 

SATIN SHEETS 



Jeannie Pruitt — MCA 338 

— 

34 

OBIE FROM SENATOBIE 



0. B. McClinton (Enterprises ENS 1029) 33 

35 

KEEP ON TRUCKIN' 



Dave Dudley (Mercury SRM 669) 

24 

36 

HOME 



Dolly Parton (RCA APL 10033) 

29 

37 

NEITHER OF US 



Bob Luman (Epic KE32192) 

43 

38 

SOUL SONG 



Joe Stampley (Dot 26007) 

34 

39 

HANK WILUAMS/HANK 
WILLIAMS JR. 



(MGM SFS 4865) 

36 

40 

SUPER COUNTRY HITS 



Floyd Cramer (RCA APD 1-0155) 

45 

41 

COUNTRY SONGS WE LOVE 
TO SING 



Guy & Rolna — Panwood R8110 

— 

42 

A SWEETER LOVE 



Barbara Fairchild (Columbia 31720) 

37 

43 

MY SECOND ALBUM 



Donna Fargo (Dot DOS 26006) 

44 


Ray Price (Columbia KC 32022) 

21 TOTALLY INSTRUMENTAL 
WITH ONE EXCEPTION 

Merle Haggard And The Strangers 
(Capitol ST 11141) 


14 


28 


44 LORD, MR. FORD 

Jerry Reed— RCA APL10238 

45 ALONE 

Chet Atkins (RCA APL 11-0159) 


40 


Country LP Reviews 



NOTHING EVER HURT ME (HALF AS BAD 
AS LOSING YOU) — George Jones — Epic — KE 
32412 

George Jones’ fans will recognize this as 
one of his best efforts. The title cut is simply a 
delight and the rest of the songs amply 
demonstrate why he is a pillar of country 
music. What's really amazing is how he shifts 
from a song like “Mom and Dad’s Waltz” to 
something like “Made For The Blues,” and 
conveys the special feeling each song de- 
mands, effortlessly. Don’t miss this album! 



YOUNG LOVE— Sonny James— Capitol— ST- 
11196 

Sonny is a constant on a changing horizon, 
a man with the ability to keep coming up with 
hit after hit. This LP contains songs all previ- 
ously released but each one shines with Son- 
ny’s special magic. “Young Love,” “Pledging 
My Love,” “Only Love Can Break A Heart,” 
and the rest have all proven to be positive 
pleasures to Sonny’s fans. The album would 
make a nice introduction to someone unfamil- 
iar with Sonny’s talents. 



COME LIVE WITH ME— Roy Clark— Dot— DOS 
26010 

One of the things, besides his towering 
natural talents as a musician, that seems to 
endear Roy Clark to his devoted legions of 
fans is the fact of a man his size singing 
songs so light, airy, romantic, sweet, simple 
and heart-felt. Roy does it and will continue to 
do so because he so obviously believes every 
word he sings. He talks directly to the listen- 
er. He sings on every cut here, marvelousy. 


HONKY TONK HEROES— Waylon Jennings— 
RCA— APL1-0240 

This is a soul-searing LP, folks. Buy it, beg 
for it, borrow it, but make sure you get it. No 
sense picking outstanding cuts. They all burn 
with the special quality Waylon is becoming so 
well-known for. These are cowboy songs — 
circa 1973. The market is hot for honky took 
heroes and here’s the baddest collection on 
wax. The liner notes refer to it as “anthems of 
the jet-age cowboy.” Well said. Those taciturn 
strong types are talking now. Y’all better lis- 
ten. 



s 


s 


World 


According 


Diana 


Trask 


According to Diana’s new 
single, “A Man’s World 
World” is a fine place to 
live. Listen. After 
Diana’s last hit, “Say 
When”, lots of people 
are waiting to hear more 
Diana. And here it is! 


“It’s A Man’s 
World” 

DOA-17467 


A Division of 

Famous Music Corporation 
A Gulf + Western Company 





CashBox 


Radio-TV News Report 


73-74 Network TV Specials 
For Streisand, Midler, Denver 


NEW YORK — The 1973-74 televi- 
sion season will be highlighted by 
specials featuring the talents of three 
of the biggest names in the recording 
industry, according to announcements 
made by the CBS and ABC Television 
networks. 

Barbra Streisand will star in a TV 
Special tentatively titled “Barbra 
Streisand . . . And Other Musical In- 
struments,” for the Singer Company. 
The program, set to air this Fall on 
the CBS Television network, will 
mark Ms. Streisand’s return to TV 
specials after a five year absence. 
Martin Erlichman, executive pro- 
ducer, will tape the special in London 
this summer. It will be produced by 
Gary Smith and Dwight Hemion in 
association with Joe Layton. Ms. 
Streisand’s last television effort was 
the highly rated “Concert In Central 
Park” which aired in September of 
1968. The show established an atten- 
dance record for a single performance 
when it taped before a live audience 
of 135,000. Ms. Streisand’s previous 
television outings have included “My 
Name Is Barbra” (1965) which won 
five Emmys, “Color Me Barbra 
(1966), and “The Belle of 14th Street 
(1967). 


TALENT ON TV 

In Concert, ABC (July 6) — 

Deep Purple, Rare Earth, Rory 
Gallagher and Buddy Miles. 

The Helen Reddy Show, NBC 
(July 5) — George Carlin, Kenny 
Rankin, the Temptations, and 
Cicely Tyson. 

Superstars Of Rock, syndicated 
(in most markets, week of June 

30) — Seals and Crofts, Light- 
house, T. Rex, Johnny Nash and 
the Hollies. 

Midnight Special, NBC (July 7) 
— Jose Feliciano returns as host. 
Guests include Savoy Brown, the 
Staple Singers, Stories, Johnny 
Winter and Tower of Power. 



TERESA, TERESA, TERESA — Ter- 
esa Brewer, in the process of making 
a comeback, has been promoting her 
new Flying Dutchman single, “Music 
Music, Music” by making TV appear- 
ances on the Johnny Carson, Merv 
Griffin and Mike Douglas shows. She 
has also recently appeared on the Joe 
Franklin Show in New York, “Ed 
Hurst Summertime At The Pier In 
Philadelphia,” and the Arnold Zenker 
Show from Boston. Busy, Busy, Busy. 


John Denver will star in and host 
two prime time specials on the ABC 
Network during the 1973-74 season. 
His recent pop successes with such 
songs as “Take Me Home Country 
Roads” and “Rocky Mountain High” 
and his recent “Rocky Mountain 
High” album have put Denver’s popu- 
larity at a personal all-time high. His 
television experience in the past in- 
cludes starring on the “Midnight Spe- 
cial,” hosting the Tonight Show, 
guest appearances on the Merv 
Griffin, Dick Clark and Johnny Carson 
shows and his own “Big Horn” musi- 
cal/ecological special. 

Bette Midler, “The Divine Miss M” 
as she has become to be known, will 
star in her first television Special 
during the upcoming season. Ms. 
Midler began her show business 
career singing in small clubs around 
New York. Her recent album release, 
“The Divine Miss M” was both criti- 
cally acclaimed and commercially suc- 
cessful and her single, “Do You Wan- 
na Dance” brought her into full na- 
tional prominence. In the past year, 
she has travelled cross country giving 
standing room only concerts to rave 
reviews. 

Ms. Midler appeared on Broadway 
in “Fiddler On The Roof” for three 
years in the role of Tzeitel. Her only 
prime time television appearance to 
date has been a guest appearance in 
last season’s ABC Network Special, 
Burt Bacharach — Opus No. 3”. 

‘Persuaders’ Sweeps 
Foreign TV Awards 

NEW YORK — ITC’s “The Persuad- 
ers” has received top honors in three 
countries, according to Abe Mandell, 
president of Independent Television 
Corporation, which produced and dis- 
tributes the action-adventure series. 
Starring Tony Curtis and Roger 
Moore, the 24 one-hour episodes, are 
almost completely sold world-wide. 

In France’s famous Versailles Cas- 
tle, trophies were presented to ITC 
on behalf of Tony Curtis and Roger 
Moore, chosen Best Actors Of The 
Year, by “Tele 7 Jours,” leading TV 
magazine in France. 

In Spain, the series was selected as 
Best Foreign Series by that country’s 
TV magazine “Teleprograma.” 

And in Germany, “The Persuaders” 
was selected Best Dubbed Program by 
the TV Magazine “Bild and Funk.” 
This internationally coveted honor, 
known as the “Bambi” Award, was 
presented on the Merv Griffin show, 
originating in Hollywood. Tony Cur- 
tis accepted the award behalf of ITC. 

“The Persuaders” is Curtis’ first TV 
series; it is Roger Moore’s first since 
“The Saint” and last before becoming 
the new James Bond in the upcoming 
“Live And Let Die.” 


Black Oak On T.V. 

NEW YORK— Black Oak Arkansas 
has filmed the ABC “In Concert” TV 
show and the NBC “Midnight Special” 
TV show. These are expected to be 
aired in late July or early August. 
This is the first appearance of Black 
Oak Arkansas on either show. 

The group is currently on an exten- 
sive Midwestern tour in promotion of 
their latest LP, “Raunch ‘N Roll 
Live.” 



ROCKIN’ ’ROUND THE CLOCK — Dick Clark — celebrating 20 years of Rock 
’n’ Roll visits with Norm N. Nite of WCBS/FM. Dick Co-Hosted Norm’s Show 
on New York’s Solid Gold music station the same night his 90 minute special 
was being televised. 


STATION BREAKS: 


From The-Y ou’re-Gonna-See- ( ? ) - 
It-First-Dept.: Jerry “Radar” Par- 
due, resident meteorologist on 
WIOD, Miami, is in the process of 
lining up a radio “first”. Pardue is 
currently aboard a ship somewhere 
in the Atlantic headed towards 
Africa’s Western Coast. His mis- 
sion is to give the WIOD listening 
audience a report on the solar 
eclipse to take place on Saturday 
(30). In conjunction with Pardue’s 
journey, the station is running a 
contest where the winner is to re- 
ceive a home weather station as 
top prize. The object — guess the 
exact minute that Pardue first 
sights the eclipse. Now let’s see, 
there are 1,440 minutes per day, 
and . . . 

WFUN, Miami, has announced 
that Tom Black has joined their 
news department . . . Denny Kap- 
lan has been appointed Operations 
Assistant at WABC, New York. 
He will be responsible for produc- 
tion and direction of the station’s 
Sunday religious programs and 
production of promotion spots and 
jingles . . . Sean O’Callaghan has 
joined KLOK, San Jose, and will 
occupy the 10 AM to 2 PM jock 
slot . . . Jack Stuppler has been 
named director of program prac- 
tices for the CBS Radio network. 
He replaces Jack Hinton who was 
recently named director of com- 
mercial clearances for the CBS 
Television network . . . John Mor- 
itz has been appointed station 
manager of KJJJ, Phoenix, a 
country western oriented sta- 
tion . . . 

Three new appointments at WLS, 


Chicago. Betty Vendig has been 
named Traffic Director, Kristine 
Oddsen added as Account Execu- 
tive, and Jack Ambrozic, also as an 
Account Executive . . . William E. 
Osterhaus has been named presi- 
dent and general manager of 
KQED, San Francisco. He assumes 
his position as of July 1 . . . Harry 
Greenberg has been named Sales 
Manager for Long Island, N.Y. 
WSNL-TV, Channel 67 UHF . . 
Dave Thompson has been added to 
the WXLO, N.Y. on the air staff, 
slotted in the 2 PM to 6 PM period. 
Also at the station, Jeff Mazzei has 
been appointed Music Director. 

And finally, From The-Cleanli- 
ness-Is-Next-To- ? ? ? ?-Dept.: The 

final l-esults of the first ever Sing- 
ing In The Shower contest, held 
recently on WHWB, Rutland, Ver- 
mont, are in. There were a total of 
22 contestants and the winners 
were Chuck D. Dimperico from 
New York who won in the roman- 
tic category. He travelled to the 
competition from the city on a 
$200 bet. Tom Egan of Rutland, 
Vt., won in the ethnic category 
(operatic division). Nick Jenola, 
also of Rutland, won in the patri- 
otic category. Dean Rippon, again 
of Rutland, won in the novelty cat- 
egory. Finally, David Brosman, of 
Rutland, won in the folk-country 
category. As a final note to the 
competition, the station has gotten 
word from the. organizers of the 
contest that laudatory mail has 
come from as far away as Switzer- 
land and Greece. Do they do that 
there, too ? ? ? ? Later. 

arty goodman 



JUST MOSE-EYING ALONG — San Diego radio station KPRI recently taped 
a live radio concert for their audience featuring Mose Jones, the first band to 
record on A1 Kooper’s Sounds of the South label. Program Director Mike 
rison (left) and Lindy Goetz (second from left) MCA’s Los Angeles promotion 
manager, are pictured with Mose Jones members, with producer A K- 
(kneeling). The group recently concluded a cross-country promotional (our. 


Cash Box — July 7, 1973 


39 





1 DON’T FIGHT THE 
FEELINGS OF LOVE 

Charley P ride (RCA 740942) 

(Pi-Gems — BMI) 

2 WHY ME 

Kris Krisiofferson (Monument 2 

78671) (Resaoa—BM!) 

3 RAVISHING RUBY 

Tom T. Kali (Mercury 73377) 5 

(Kaiinote — 8Mi) 

4 LOVE IS THE FOUNDATION 

Loretta Lynn (MSA 40058) (Dist.- Oecca) 8 
(Coal Miners — BM!) 

5 KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST 
THINGS 

Tammy Wynette (Epic 5-10969) 1 

(Algee — BM i) 

6 RIDE DOWN EASY 

Bobby Bare (RCA 0918) 7 

(Return— BMI) 

7 SEND ME NO ROSES 

Tommy Overstreet (Dot DOA 17455) 6 

(Ricci Mareno — -SESAC) 

S YOU GIVE ME YOU 


Bobby G. Rice (Metromedia) 10 

(Country 68-0107) (Harpeth— ASCAP) 

9 SOUTHERN LIVING 

Jim Ed Brown (RCA 74-0928) 11 

(Uni Chappell— BMI) 

10 COME EARLY MORNING 

Don Williams (JM124) 9 

(Gold Dust — BMI) 

11 TOO MUCH MONKEY 

BUSINESS 

Freddy Weller (Columbia 4-45827) 12 

(ARC— BMI) 

12 LORD, MR. FORD 

Jerry Reed (RCA 74-0960) 17 

(Vector — BMI) 

13 TIE A YELLOW RIBBON 
ROUND THE OLE OAK TREE 

John Carver (ABC 1137) 4 

Levine & Brown 

14 TOP OF THE WORLD 

Lynn Anderson (Columbia 45857) 19 

(Almo/Hammer & Nails — ASCAP) 

15 YOU WERE ALWAYS THERE 

Donna Fargo (Dot 17460) 16 

(Prima Donna — BMI) 

16 TRAVELING MAN 

Dolly Parton (RCA 74-0950) 18 

17 TOUCH THE MORNING 

Don Gibson (Hickory 1671) 25 

(Milene— ASCAP) 

18 TRIP TO HEAVEN 

Freddie Hart And The Heartbeats 29 

(Capitol 3612) (Blue Book — BMI) 

19 WHAT ABOUT ME 

Anne Murray (Capitol 3600) 20 

(Hudson Bay Music — BMI) 


20 

SHE’S ALL WOMAN 


38 


David Houston (Epic 10995) 
(Algee — BMI) 

24 


21 

YOU ALWAYS COME BACK 


39 


Johnny Rodriguez (Mercury 7368) 
(Hall Note— BMI) 

13 


22 

IF SHE JUST HELPS ME 
GET OVER YOU 


40 


Sonny James (Columbia 45871) 
(Jack— BMI) 

26 


23 

SATIN SHEETS 


41 


Jeannie Pruett (MCA 40015) 
(Champion — BMI) 

15 


24 

SLIPPIN' AND SLIDIN’ 




Billy “Crash” Craddock (ABC 11364) 
(Venice/ Bess — BMI) 

27 

42 

25 

SWEET COUNTRY WOMAN 




Johnny Duncan (Columbia 45818) 
(Chappell 8 Co. — ASCAP) 

14 

43 

26 

I’VE LOVED YOU ALL OVER 




THE WORLD/I CAN FEEL THE 



LEAVING 


44 


Cal Smith (MCA 40061) 
(Evil Eye — BMI) 

75 


27 

A GOOD LOVE IS LIKE 
A GOOD SONG 


45 


Bob Luman (Epic 10994) 

( Portofino / Avoyelles — BMI) 

28 

46 

28 

WE HAD IT ALL 




Waylon Jennings (RCA 0961) 
(Danor — BMI) 

34 

47 

29 

MR. LOVEMAKER 




Johnny Paycheck (Epic 16999) 
(Copper Band — BMI) 

35 

48 

30 

WOMEN WITHOUT A HOME 




Statler Bros. (Mercury 49890) 
(American Cowboy — BMI) 

36 

49 

31 

JUST THANK ME 

David Rogers (Atlantic 2957) 

21 


32 

DRINKING WINE 


50 


Jerry Lee Lewis (Mercury 73374) 
(Leeds Music — BMI) 

31 


33 

YOUR SIDE OF THE BED 




Mac Davis (Columbia 45839) 
(Screen Gems/Col. — BMI) 

37 

51 

34 

NOTHING EVER HURT ME 
(HALF AS BAD AS LOSING 
YOU) 


52 


George Jones (Epic 157239) 
(Tree— BMI) 

40 


35 

LOUISIANA WOMAN, 
MISSISSIPPI MAN 


53 


Loretta Lynn 8 Conway Twitty 
(MCA 40079) (Dudar— BMI) 

42 


36 

AM 1 THAT EASY TO FORGET 

54 


Jim Reeves. (RCA 0963) 
(A Star Music — BMI) 

41 


37 

DRIFT AWAY 


55 


Narvel Felts (Cinnamon 763) 
(Alamo— ASCAP) 

38 



BORN A FOOL 


56 

Freddie Hart (MCA 40011) 
(Jack O’Diamonds — BMI) 

IF TEARDROPS WERE 
PENNIES 

39 

57 

Porter Wagoner 8 Dolly Parton 
(RCA 0981) (Peer Int’l— BMI) 

44 

58 

NAUGHTY GIRL 



Guy Shannon (Cinnamon 758) 
(Song Painter — BMI) 

43 

59 

THE GOOD OLD DAYS 
(ARE HERE AGAIN) 

Buck Owens 8 Susan Raye 
(Capitol 3601) (Blue Book— BMI) 

BRING IT ON HOME 

46 

60 

61 

Joe Stampley (Dot 1745) 
(Al Gallico/ Algee — BMI) 

22 


WHAT’S YOUR MOM’S NAME 

62 

CHILD 


Tanya Tucker (Columbia 45799) 
(Blue Crest— BMI) 

30 

63 

THANK YOU FOR BEING YOU 

Mel Tillis (MGM 14522) 
(Sawgrass — BMI) 

23 


CHARLIE 

Tompall And The Glaser Brothers 

49 

64 

(MGM 14516) (Glaser Brothers— BMI) 

SOUNDS OF GOODBY 


65 

Jerry Wallace (MCA 40037) 
(4 Star— BMI) 

32 


1 USED IT ALL ON YOU 



Nat Stuckv (RCA 74-0973) 
(Forest Hills— BMI) 

55 

66 

LAST WILL AND TESTIMONY 


Howard Crocket (Dot DOA 17457) 
(Black Fool/Dine Box — BMI) 

50 

67 

HERE COMES THE WORLD 
AGAIN 



Johnny Bush (RCA 0931) 
(Screen Gems — Columbia — BMI) 

48 

68 

EVERYBODY’S HAD THE 
BLUES 


69 

Merle Haggard (Capitol 3641) 
(Shade Tree — BMI) 

DREAM PAINTER 


70 

Connie Smith (RCA 740971) 
(Blue Crest — BMI) 

56 


1 MISS YOU MOST WHEN 
YOU’RE HERE 


71 

Sammi Smith (Mega 0109) 
(Cherry Tree — SESAC) 

51 

72 

QUEEN OF THE SILVER 
DOLLAR 


73 

Doyle Holly (Barnaby 5018) 
(Evil Eye— BMI) 

57 


DON’T 


74 

Sandy Posey (Columbia 45828) 
(Elvis Presley — BMI) 

53 


! HATE YOU 


75 

Ronnie Milsap (SCA 74-0969) 
(Dan Penn Music — BMI) 

65 



THE LOVING OF YOUR LIFE 

Penny DeHaven (Mercury 73384) 60 

(Blue Crest — BMI) 

SLIPPIN' AWAY 

Jean Shepard (United Artists 248) 64 

(Stallion — BMI) 

DIRTY OLD MAN 

George Hamilton IV (RCA 0948) 71 

(Border State 8 Pet Mac — BMI) 

HANK 

Hank Williams, Jr. (MGM 14550) 61 

(Tree— BMI) 

WATERGATE BLUES 

Tom T. Hall (Mercury 73394) — 

(Hallnote — BM 1 1 

LOVE IN THE BACK SEAT 

David Wilkins (MCA 40034) 62 

(Dist: Decca) (Audigram — BMI) 

A MAN AND A TRAIN 

Marty Robbins (MCA 40067) — 

(20th Centurv — ASCAP) 

WOULD YOU WALK WITH ME 
JIMMY 

Arlene Harden (Columbia 45845) — 

(Blue Crest/ Hill 8 Range — BMI) 

M-M- GOOD 

Del Reeves (United Artists xw249w) 67 

(Tree — BMI) 

I CANT BELIEVE IT’S 
ALL OVER 

Skeeter Davis (RCA 740968) 66 

(Ben Peters — BMI) 

BAD, BAD LEROY BROWN 

Anthony Armstrong Jones (Epic 11002) 69 

(Blendingwell/American 

Broadcasting — ASCAP) 

I WISH IT WOULD RAIN 

0. B. McClinton (Enterprises 9070) 70 

(Jobete— ASCAP) 

THE GREAT FILLING 
STATION HOLD UP 

Jimmv Buffett (Dunhill z>348) 68 

(Let There Be Music — ASCAP) 

I WONT EVER LOVE AGAIN 

Jerry Foster (Cinnamon 757) 73 

(Jack 8 Bill Music— ASCAP) 

LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN 

Pam Miller (MGM 14465) 72 

(Eddie Miller— BMI) 

SHOTGUN WILLIE 

Willie Nelson (Atlantic 2968) — 

(Willie Nelson— BMI) 

RIDES IN THE SKY 

Roy Clark (Dot 17458) — 

(Edwin H. Morris — ASCAP) 

I WISH YOU HAD STAYED 

Brian Collins (Dot 17466) 74 

(Famous Music — BMI) 

PUT ME DOWN SOFTLY 

Dickie Lee (RCA 740980) — 

(Jack Music — BMI) 

MY LAST DAY 

Tony Douglas (Dot 17464) — 

(Cochise — BMI) 


"If a performer 
has something to say 
— says it 
and everybody 
believes him — 
then he has won. 

Don Williams has won.” 



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The Shelter Of Your Eyes 
Come Early Morning 

Don’t You Believe 
Too late To Turn Back Now 
No Use Running 
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I Recall A Gypsy Woman 
How Much Time Does It Take 
My Woman’s Love 
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SONNY JAMES (Capitol P-3653) 

Heaven On Earth (1:57) (Marson, BMI — S. James, C. Smith) 

Sonny keeps churning ’em out, and they all see action, but this one’s gotta 
be big. It has that summer bounce, even features humming and whistling. It’s 
a love song, of course. Flip: She Believes In Me (2:01) (Marson, BMI — C. Smith, 
S. James) 


DANNY DAVIS & THE NASHVILLE BRASS (RCA APBO-0019) 

Superstar (2:08) (Leeds, ASCAP — A. Webber, T. Rice) 

The theme from "Jesus Christ Superstar” gets the brass treatment, resulting in 
a well-produced disk that makes ideal MOR or country listening. Good jukebox 
pick. Flip: No info available. 


FLOYD CRAMER (RCA APBO — 0012) 

Battle Of New Orleans (2:12) (Warden, BMI — J. Driftwood) 

Cramer revives the Jimmy Driftwood smash as an instrumental, featuring his 
impeccable piano playing and smart fiddle and guitar work. A rich musical offer- 
ing, fine for MOR or country programming. Flip: Lonely Street (2:13) (Four Star, 
BMI — C. Below, K. Sowder W.S. Stevenson) 


DUANE DEE (ABC 11372) 

You’ve Been Handed Down To Me (First Generation, BMI — L. Gatlin) 

Strong portrayal of a woman who's been "passed around and handed down” 
gets a high score for tender treatment and over-all production. Theme should sell. 
Good for jukes, sophisticated playlists. Flip: No info available. 

DON WILLIAMS (JMI 24) 

Amanda (3:08) (Gold Dust, BMI — Bob McDill) 

Plenty of good song to listen to here. Compelling, unusual lyrics and soft, 
mysterioso backing combined with Williams’ careful delivery should draw lots of 
listener interest. Flip: Come Early Morning (3:08) (Gold Dust, BMI — Bob 
McDill) 

ANDRA WILLIS (Capitol P-3666) 

Til I Can’t Take It Anymore (3:10) (Eden, BMI — D. Burton, C. Otis) 

Slow, melodic ballad deals with love’s miseries. Andra's lusty, emotional 
delivery suits the theme. Flip: After You (2:35) (Mandina, BMI — S. Stone, C. 
Roberts) 

KENT FOX (MCA 40038) 

New York Callin’ Miami (3:15) (Bull-Kent, ASCAP — K. Fox, R. E. Walker) 

Tribute to long-distance operators connects with sound effects, good lyrics and 
hook. Could light up your board. More than a novelty disk. Flip: Have Patience 
(2:55) (Bull-Kent, ASCAP, K. Fox) 

NORMA JEAN (RCA APBO-0005) 

I Can’t Sleep With You (2:19) (Tree, BMI— S. Pippin, M. Kosser) 

Cut from LP "The Only Way To Hold Your Man,” could put Norma Jean back 
on the charts. Tune is a natural for her. Fans should welcome any offering. Flip: 
It’s A Long Way From Heaven (2:44) (Sure-Fire, BMI — S. Higgins, J. Helms) 

JACK LEBSOCK (Capitol P-3665) 

For Lovers Only (2:29) (Blue Book, BMI — J. Lebsock) 

Sweet vocals and Grade A production insure this of a pick, but watch out for 
the flip. It could be a real sleeper. Progressive country stations especially would 
find it a valuable playlist add. Flip: A World That Cannot See (2:29) (Blue Book, 
BMI — J. Lebsock) 

TOM MOORE (Greene Mountain GMM-414S-A) 

Mama’s Always There (2:17) (Star-Glo, G. Hensley, T. Moore) 

Broke, busted or hungry. Mama’s always there. Cute tune, presented straight, 
makes a nice playlist add. Moore has a solid country voice. Flip: No info 
available. 

GLENN MARTIN (Capitol P-3655) 

Dad’s Old Fiddle (3:02) (Tree, BMI— G. Martin) 

Dad would be proud to hear his fiddle played on this release, sung with feeling 
by the author. Nice sweet traditional tune. Flip’s even better; could break first. 
Flip: Billy Ray Wrote A Song (2:46) (Tree, BMI — G. Martin, H. Cochran) 

DARRELL McCALL (American Heritage AH — 401 — 44) 

Rainbow At Midnight (2:07) (Crescent, ASCAP — W. Bishop, M. Mitchell) 

Disk has been kicking around for awhile, now appears chart-bound, earning 
airplay. Smooth, easily-remembered melody concerns aspirations of a return- 
ing veteran. Flip: No info available. 


( Best Bets 

KINGMAN NIX (Kajac KJ-501-2) 
Little Angel (2:59) (American Heri- 
tage/Little Richie Johnson, BMI — 
Don Thrush) A father sings to his 
child, seeking answers to his mother’s 
decision to “go away,” abandoning 
them both. Ample, well-sung weeper 
could click on jukes and country play- 
lists. Flip: No info available. 


I 

THE WAVES (Vibration VI-523-A) 
At The Watergate (The Truth Comes 
Pouring Out) (2:34) (Gambi, BMI — 
J. Wile, A. Thomas) Strictly country, 
heavy moral stance, biting lyrics 
spoken in low-key male voice mark 
this Dark Horse entry in Watergate 
disk contest. Probably too heavy for 
most playlists these days, but late- 
night airplay could draw lots of 
phones. Flip: No info available. 



Cash Box — July 7, 1973 







Additions To Radio Playlists 

A broad view of the titles many of radio’s key country 
stations added to their “Playlists” last week 


WMC— MEMPHIS 

I Just Love Here — George Mitchell — Sound 
Stage 70 

Stay All Night — Willie Nelson — Atlantic 
Bottle Of Wine — Doc & Merle Watson — 
Poppy 

Papas Wagon — Roland Eaton — Enterprise 
Old Betsy Goes Boing-Boing-Boing — The 
Hummers — Capitol 

I Need Help — Gene Davis — Metro Country 
Open Up Your Heart — Roger Miller — 
Columbia 


KBUY— FT. WORTH 

Open Up Your Heart — Roger Miller — 
Columbia 

Amanda — Don Williams — JMI 
The Ways Of A Woman In Love — Charlie 
Rich — RCA 

River Song — Charlie Pride — UA 
It Wasn't Easy — Ray Smith — Cinnamon 
Rev’ The Engines Up High — Dee Mullins — 
Triune 

Sweet Gypsy Rose — Dawn — Bell 

Uneasy Rider — Charlie Daniels — Kama Sutra 

I Robbed My Uncle Blind — Jim Mundy — ABC 


KCKN — KANSAS 

Swing’ Em High Swing’ Em Low — Red Sovine 
— Starday 

Send A Little Love — Anne Murray — Capitol 
Sold American — Kinky Friedman — Vanguard 
Next Door Neighbors Kid — Jud Strunk — MGM 
Oklahoma Sunshine — Curtis Potter — Capitol 
Sweet Gypsy Rose — Dawn — Bell 


KENR— HOUSTON 

Love Shine — Marti Brown — Atlantic 
Wake Up Jacob — Porter Wagoner — RCA 
I Wish You Had Stayed — Brian Collins — Dot 
Sunshine — Micky Newberry — Electra 
If You’ve Got The Time — Red Steagel — 
Capitol 

Open Up Your Heart — Roger Miller — 
Columbia 


KLAC— L.A. 

Put Me Down Softly — Dickey Lee — RCA 
I Can’t Believe It’s Over — Skeeter Davis — 
RCA 

Writer In The Sky — Roy Clark — Dot 
Wake Up Jacob— Porter Wagoner — RCA 


WPLO— ATLANTA 
Amanda — Don Williams — JMI 
Oklahoma Sunshine — Curtis Potter — Capitol 
Bad Bad LeRoy Brown — Anthony Armstrong 
Jones — Epic 

Dream Painter — Connie Smith — RCA 
You’ve Been Handed Down To Me — Duane 
Dee — ABC 

Daddy’s Old Fiddle — Glenn Martin — Capitol 


NMPA Meets In 

(Cont’d from page 36) 
bers of the Association and clients 
of the Harry Fox Agency. He 
opened the meeting with a resume 
of the history and development of 
the Association and the Fox Agen- 
cy, its licensing service. 

Leonard Feist, NMPA’s Executive 
Vice President, reported on the cur- 
rent situation relative to U.S. copy- 
right revision, and recent copyright 
developments abroad. He also report- 
ed on the Association’s activities in 
other legislative areas and gave a 
forecast of developments which might 
be anticipated in the near future. 

Following a report of develop- 
ments in the anti-piracy field by Mr. 
Schulman, Albert Berman, Managing 
Director of the Agency, summarized 
current activities of the Agency, both 
domestic and foreign. A lively ques- 
tion and answer period involved most 
of the 70-odd publishers present. 

Following the meeting, a recep- 
tion took place at the King of the 
Road Motor Inn, where all of the 
day’s events had taken place. In 
addition to the publishing con- 
tingent, a ‘ number of Nashville’s 
music figures were present as 
guests, including Joe Talbot and 
Mrs. Jo Walker, President and Ex- 
ecutive Secretary respectively, of 
the Country Music Association as 
well as the heads of the Nashville 
offices of the performing rights or- 
| ganizations; Ed Shea, of ASCAP, 


KBUY— FT. WORTH 

Bottle Of Wine — Doc & Merle Watson — 

Poppy 

Rev' The Engines Up High — Dee Mullins — 
Triune 

I Robbed My Uncle Blind — Jim Mundy — ABC 

The Bar-Rooms Have Found You — Garland 
Frady — Country Side 

I Need Help — Gene Davis — Metro Country 

Open Up Your Heart — Roger Miller — 
Columbia 

Amanda — Don Williams — JMI 

Till I Can’t Take It Anymore — Andria Willis 
— Capitol 

WEEP— PITTSBURGH 

Here Comes The Sun — Lloyd Green — 
Monument 

Spokane Motel Blues/Watergate Blues — Tom 
T. Hall — Mercury 

Darling You Can Always Come Back Home 
— Jody Miller — Epic 

I Rolled My Uncle Blind — Jim Mundy — ABC 

I Wish It Would Rain — 0. B. McClinton — 
Enterprise 

Mister Ting-A-Ling — Gecrge Morgan — MCA 


WJJD CHICAGO 

Open Up Your Heart — Roger Miller — 
Columbia 

Sunshine — Mickey Newburry — Elektra 
My Last Day — Tony Douglas — Dot 
I Hate You — Ronnie Milsap — RCA 


WUBE— CINCINNATI 

Open Up Your Heart — Roger Miller — 
Columbia 

Dakota The Dancing Bear — Johnny Darrell 
— Monument 

Wild World — Joe Douglas — Swamp Fox 

Payin' My Dues Again — Burl Ives — MCA 

Summer — Bobby Goldsboro — UA 

Oklahoma Sunshine — Curtis Potter — Capitol 

Drinking Champagne — Jimmy Dallas — Triune 

WIRE — INDIANAPOLIS 

Dakota The Dancing Bear — Johnny Darrell — 
Monument 

Herman Schwartz — Stonewall Jackson — 
MGM 

Shadetree Fix It Man — James O’Gwyn — 
Plantation 

The Sun Is Shining On Everybody But Me — 
Earl Richards — Ace Of Hearts 

Next Door Neighbor’s Kid — Judd Strunk — 
MGM 

Reuben’s Train — Eric Weisberg & Deliver- 
ance — W.B. 


WON E— DAYTON 

Everybody’s Had The Blues — Merle Haggard 
— Capitol 

The Sun Is Shining On Everybody But Me 
— Earl Richards — Ace of Hearts 
Sunshine — Mickey Newburry — Elektra 
I Recall A Gypsy Woman — Tommy Cash — 
Epic 

Darling You Can Always Come Back Home 
— Jody Miller — Epic 

Shenandoah — Charlie McCoy — Monument 


Nashville 

Frances Preston, of BMI and Bob 
Thompson of SESAC. 

In summarizing the day’s activi- 
ties, Chiantia said, “Today has been 
proof, if we ever needed it, that 
two-way personal communication 
with people in the music centers in 
America is essential to promote the 
accomplishment of our mutual aims. 
As time and circumstances permit, 
we will have more and more similar 
meetings throughout the country 
to carry the NMPA/Harry Fox mes- 
sage and, in turn, to take back what 
we, undoubtedly, will learn through 
this kind of communication.” 

Hall Of Fame 
Tribute LP 
Now On Sale 

NASHVILLE — “Here Lives Coun- 
try Music,” an album paying special 
tribute to members of the Country 
Music Hall of Fame, is now on sale. 
Included in the album are the most 
famous musical selections by the per- 
formers and the wording of their 
Hall of Rame plaque read, by Tex 
Ritter or Eddy Arnold. 

Mail orders are being -accepted 
through the Hall of Fame Country 
Store, 700 16th Avenue South, Nash- 
ville, Tennessee 37203, at $5.23 each 
(tax included) plus 50^ postage and 
handling. 

Proceeds are shared by CMA and 
CMF to promote and preserve Coun- 
try Music. 


Cash Box — July 7, 1973 




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NASHVILLE Constant Country 
WMC/79 sponsored “Buck Cancer 
With a Buck” Day recently (15) at 
Memphis Fairgrounds. The program 
which began at 9:00 a.m. and con- 
tinued until midnight featured live 
country music performed by locally 
and nationally known country stars. 

Monument Records’ Charlie McCoy 
stopped off on his way to Chicago for 
the show. Narvel Felts, Guy Shannon, 
John Wesley Ryles I and Jerry Fos- 
ter, all of Cinnamon Records, enter- 
tained. Other stars were MCA’s Little 
David Wilkins, RCA’s Dickie Lee, 
Mega’s Jerry Jaye and River Records’ 
Sam Durrance and Tommy Ruble. 
Producers Knox Phillips and Lewis 
Willis, plus Cinnamon Records pres- 
ident John Morris and Monuments 
National promotion director Tex Da- 
vis were also there to lend a helping 
hand. All performers contributed 
their time and talent. 

WMC operations manager Jonathan 
E. Fricke claimed the day a huge 
success. All proceeds, said Fricke, are 
being turned over to the Shelby 
County Division of the American 
Cancer Society. 

Countryside 
Names Mack 
Promo Head 

HOLLYWOOD — John Davis, nation- 
al director of promotion for Elektra 
Records, has announced the appoint- 
ment of Dave Mack to the new posi- 
tion of national country promotion 
director for Elektra’s Countryside la- 
bel. In his new position, Mack will be 
working closely with Michael Nes- 
mith, president of countryside. Skip 
Van Leeuwen, general manager of the 
label, and John Davis. 

Prior to his appointment with 
Elektra, Mack was both regional and 
then national country promotion for 
United Artists, and held a local pro- 
motion post with RCA out of Atlan- 
ta. In addition, he has played drums 
both in the studio and on tour, with 
almost every major country per- 
former, including Buck Owens, Doug 
Kershaw, and Charlie Rich. Mack will 
be located in Nashville, where Coun- 
tryside is associated with producer 
Pete Drake. 



OF MIKES AND LYNN — Columbia 
recording artist Lynn Anderson has 
agreed to use new Electro-Voice SRO 
microphones in future concert and 
recording dates. Earl Owens, left, of 
Owens — Fair, Nashville, negotiated 
the agreement with Ms. Anderson on 
behalf of Kustom Electronics Inc. of 
Chanute, Kansas. Kustom is the ex- 
clusive distributor of SRO micro- 
phones and speakers to the retail 
trade. 



RCA INKS STEWART — Gary Stewart is the newest artist to sign a record- 
ing contract with RCA Records in Nashville. His first release will be in July. 
Principal figures in the signing are, left to right, Roy Dea, producer; Stewart, 
and Jerry Bradley, director of Nashville operations. 

Will The Real Herman 
Schwartz Please Stand Up? 


Owens-Fair 
Into Mgmt.; 

Louvin Inked 

NASHVILLE — Earl E. Owens, pres- 
ident of Owens-Fair and Associates 
has announced a new division of that 
company for the purpose of personal 
management of artists. The company 
like its parent company, will bear the 
name of its owners, Earl E. Owens 
and William W. Fair III. 

At the same time that Owens was 
making the announcement of the divi- 
sion, he also announced the signing 
of its first client, Charlie Louvin. 
Louvin, a Capitol Records artist, has 
been a prolific artist over his years in 
country music which reach back to his 
long time association with the Louvin 
Brothers act. 

Concerning the new company 
Ownes said, “This is a natural step 
for us to take. Under the same roof 
we are able to house a total service 
for our artists. We already have our 
parent firm, Owens-Fair and Associ- 
ates which provides public relations, 
and we have two publishing compan- 
ies which our artists may draw from. 
In essence what we are doing is 
providing all service related business- 
es for our artists without their having 
to search all over or run across town 
to have something done.” 

Buzz Rabin 
To Head 
Window Music 

NASHVILLE — Pete Drake, owner 
of Window Music Publishing, has an- 
nounced the appointment of Buzz Ra- 
bin to head the company. 

Rabin began in 1967 with Window 
Music and Pete Drake productions af- 
ter moving to Nashville from South- 
ern California. Since joining the com- 
pany, Rabin has co-written “I’ll 
Warm the Flame” with Jimmy Sadd, 
“Man and Wife Team,” with David 
Pittman, and has had other songs re- 
leased by Johnny Bond, David Rog- 
ers, Bill Anderson and a number of 
others. Rabin is also credited with 
having written the title song on 
former Beatle’s Ringo Starr/Pete 
Drake — produced LP, “Becaucoups of 
Blues.” 

When Rabin is not writing songs or 
pitching material for Window he 
works as a part-time D.J. on Nash- 
ville’s WSIX-FM radio. 

The move making Rabin Window’s 
chief is said to have been made to 
give Drake more free time for inde- 
pendent production. 

Centronics 
Hires Levine 
For 2nd Score 

NASHVILLE — Centronics Interna- 
tional Pictures and Hank Levine have 
jointly announced that Levine will 
score a second picture for Centronics 
to be called, “Tapioca Tree.” The 
movie will star Anthony Perkins and 
will be shot in the Little Rock, Ark. 
area. 

Levine, one of Nashville’s top ar- 
ranger/producers will do the entire 
score of the movie in Nashville utiliz- 
ing a 35-piece orchestra. 

“This is a great thing for Nash- 
ville,” says Levine, “heretofore al- 
most all of the movie scoring has 
been done in places like Hollywood. 
We have the capabilities and artists 
in Nashville to handle this sort of 
work and I think this will start Nash- 
ville on its way to becoming a major 
motion picture area for recording.” 

“Today Tonight and Tomorrow,” 
the single release from “So Sad 
About Gloria,” Levine’s first Centron- 
ics score, will be released soon on the 
Centronics Label, sung by Josie 
Brown. 


NASHVILLE — When Stonewall 
Jackson recorded his current single 
release titled “Herman Schwartz” for 
MGM Records he obviously didn’t 
take into consideration the procession 
of persons really named Herman 
Schwartz, or “claiming” to be named 
“Herman Schwartz,” who would put 
in an appearance. 

The first such individual is now 
making claim of “equal time,” or to 
be specific, the right to record “to 
vindicate his good name.” With an 
eye to obtaining a recording contract, 


Kershaw 
To Play 
Jazz Fete 

NASHVILLE — Doug Kershaw will 
appear at the Newport Jazz Festival 
in July according to personal manag- 
er Charlie Lamb. Regarded as the jazz 
event of the year, the Newport Fes- 
tival date will be staged at the Phil- 
harmonic Hall in New York on July 
7th. 

Kershaw, a Warner Brothers re- 
cording artist, recently signed a per- 
sonal management pact with Lamb. 

Waugh Undergoes 
Heart Surgery 

NASHVILLE — Irving Waugh, pres- 
ident of WSM, Inc. underwent what 
has been termed by doctors as suc- 
cessful open heart surgery in St. 
Thomas Hospital in Nashville, June 
22. Waugh, who suffered a heart at- 
tack in 1965, experienced chest pains 
while on a Florida vacation and was 
flown home to Nashville for surgery. 
Waugh is a member of the Board of 
CM A where he is active as chairman 
of the Television Committee and a 
member of the Pro — Celebrity Golf 
board. 


Opry Return Planned 

NASHVILLE — Vanguard Recording 
artists Kinky Friedman and the Texas 
Jewboys will make a return appear- 
ance July 20 at the Grand Ole Opry. 
The previous evening will see them at 
Chattanooga’s Memorial Auditorium. 
Aug. 1-4 the group will play the Star- 
wood, Los Angeles, and Aug. 29 they 
will be on the bill at the Asbury 
Park, N.J., Convention Hall, with 
RCA artist Waylon Jennings. The 
group’s current single is “Sold Amer- 
ican.” 


or at the least making the name 
“Herman Schwartz” one to be remem- 
bered, the 300-pound Schwartz is 
being booked on radio, TV, and press 
interviews. Claiming to be a New 
York-based recording artist, the port- 
ly Schwartz has been active, he 
claims, in the field of “specialized 
Jewish music.” 

The MGM single record recorded by 
country artist Jackson was released 
in June. It was written by Jerry Fos- 
ter and published by Jack and Bill 
Music ASCAP. 


Scruggs' Revue 
On The Move; 

New Dates Set 

NASHVILLE — A series of major 
new engagements for the Earl 
Scruggs Revue has been announced 
following the band’s breaking the all- 
time record last week at Atlanta’s 
Great Southeast Music Hall. 

Two weeks ago, the band appeared, 
at the 8th annual Culpepper Peace, 
Love, Blues and Bluegrass Festival in 
Warrenton, Va. The same interests, 
the Virginia Folklore Society, are 
also sponsoring the York, Pennsylva- 
nia Festival, where the Scruggs Re- 
vue will appear July 3 and 4. Immedi- 
ately following this will be dates in 
Billings, Montana (7/5); Aspen, Colo- 
rado (7/7); Tulagi’s in Boulder, Colo. 
(7/9-14); Gainesville, Fla. (7/20); the 
Angier, North Carolina Festival 
(7/21); and the Glenville, West Vir- 
ginia Festival (7/28-29). Denver’s 
Redrocks outdoor amphitheatre will be 
the setting for an appearance with 
Ann Murray on August 3, while the 
band moves on to Kansas City’s Cow- 
town Ballroom for an August 4 date 
with Commander Cody and the Lost 
Planet Airmen. The group will be at 
Dartmouth College in Hanover, New 
Hampshire (8/10) just before its date 
at New York’s Central Park’s Schaef- 
er Festival (8/15). During this period, 
Earl Scruggs and members of the 
band will be doing a round of press 
interviews for major media. 

American Heritage 
LP Release Due 

Little Richie Johnson reports that 
American Heritage Records, Distribu- 
tion by SSS, will soon release new 
albums. 

The first by Darrell McCall, then 
Jimmy Snyder. DJ’s may obtain by 
writing Little Richie Johnson, Box 3, 
Belen, New Mexico, 87002. 


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Can The Can — Suzi Quatro — Rak — Chinnichap/Rak 

Rubber Bullets — lOe.c. — U.K. — St. Annes 

Albatross — Fleetwood Mac — CBS — Fleetwood Mac 

Groover — T. Rex — EMI — Wizard 

See My Baby Jive — Wizard — Harvest — Wood/Carlin 

One And One Is One — Medicine Head — Polydor — Biscuit 

Stuck In The Middle With You — Stealers Wheel — A & M — 

Baby Run/ Ricochet 

And I Love You So — Perry Como — RCA — UA 

Give Me Love — George Harrison — Apple — Charitable 

Welcome Home — Peters & Lee — Philips— Shaftesbury 

Snoopy Versus The Red Baron — Hot Shots — Mooncrest — 

Schwartz 

Walking In The Rain — Partridge Family — Bell — Screen Gems/ 
Col. 

You Are The Sunshine Of My Life — Stevie Wonder — Tamla 
Motown — Jobete/ Carlin 

Tie A Yellow Ribbon — Dawn — Bell — A. Schroeder 

Live And Let Die — Wings — Apple — McCartney/UA/ATV 

Sweet Illusion — Junior Cambell — Dei'am — Camel 

Armed And Extremely Dangerous — First Choice — Bell — Carlin 

Walk On The Wild Side — Lou Reed — RCA — Sunbury 

Frankenstein — Edgar Winter Group — Epic — Cop. Con. 

Hallelujah Day — Jackson Five — Tamla Motown — Jobete/ Carlin 


TOP TWENTY LP’S 

1 Aladin Sane — David Bowie — RCA 

2 Pure Gold — Various Artists — EMI 

3 1962-66— Beatles— EMI 

4 1967-70— Beatles— EMI 

5 Red Rose Speedway — Wings — Apple 

6 There Goes Rhymin’ Simon — Paul Simon — CBS 

7 Dark Side Of The Moon — Pink Floyd — Harvest 

8 Touch Me — Gary Glitter — Bell 

9 That’ll Be The Day — Various Artists — Ronco 

10 Daltrey — Roger Daltrey — Track 

11 Never Never Never — Shirley Bassey — UA 

12 Yessongs — Yes — Atlantic 

13 Alone Together — Donny Osmond — MGM 

14 Wishbone Ash 4 — Wishbone Ash — MCA 

15 Transformer — Lou Reed — RCA 

16 20 Fantastic Hits Vol. 3 — Various Artists — Arcade 

17 Liza With A Z — Liza Minelli — CBS 

18 Clockwork Orange — Soundtrack — Warner Bros. 

19 Billion Dollar Babies — Alice Cooper — Warner Bros. 

20 Greatest Hits — Simon & Garfunkel — CBS 


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1 4 Goodbye My Love Goodbye (Demis Roussos — Philips — Prima- 

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2 1 We Were All Wounded At Wounded Knee (Redbone — Epic). 

3 2 Verboden Dromen (Will Tura — Topkapi — Jean Kluger). 

4 3 Tie A Yellow Ribbon (Dawn — Bell — Five Arts Music). 

5 7 Ginny Come Lately (Albert West — CBS — Basart). 

6 — Ring Ring (Bjorn, Benny, Anna & Frieda — Vogue — Gnome). 

7 8 I msner Weider Sonntags (Cindy und Bert — BASF — Hans Kus- 

ters Music). 

8 5 Waikiki Man (Bonnie St. Claire- — Unit Gloria — Philips-Apollo). 

9 6 Do You Love Me (Sharif Dean — CBS — Martha Music). 

10 12 I Can’t Resist (Salix Alba — Vogue — Gnome Music). 






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TW LW 

1 1 Tie A Yellow Ribbon. Dawn. Festival. Bell. 

2 2 Twelfth Of Never. Donny Osmond. Chappell. MGM. 

3 3 Also Sprach Zarathustra. Deodata. Intersong. CTI. 

4 8 Get Down. Gilbert O’Sullivan. MAM. MAM. 

5 4 Part Of The Union. Strawbs. Con. A&M. 

6 — Daisy A Day. Jud Strunk. Cop. Com. MGM. 

7 9 Don’t Expect Me To Be Your Friend. Lobo. Con. Philips. 

8 5 Goondiwindi Grey. Tex Morton. Essex. Picture. 

9 10 Pinball Wizard. New Seekers. Essex. Polydor. 

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3 Kimi No Tanjobi — Garo (Mushroom/Columbia) Pub: Alpher 
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1 Kikenna Futari — Kenji Sawada (Polydor) Pub: Watanabe 

2 Akai Fuusen — Miyoko Asada (Epic/CBS-Sony) Pub: Nichion 

4 Kizutsuku Sedai — Saori Minami (CBS-Sony) Pub: Nichion 

6 Hishochi No Koi — Cherish (Victor) Pub: Victor Shuppan 

9 Koi Ni Yurete — Rumiko Koyanagi (Reprise/ Warner-Pioneer) 
Pub: Watanabe 

8 Onna No Yume — Pinkara Trio (Columbia) Pub: Daiichi Music 

7 Morio Kakeru Koibito Tachi — Megumi Asaoka (Victor) Pub: 
J & K 

5 Akatonbo No Uta — Anonenone (Aad Vark/Canyon) Pub: Peppu 
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20 Futari No Asa — Four Leaves (CBS-Sony) Pub: Aoyama Music 

21 Tanin No Kankei — Katsuko Kanai (CBS-Sony) Pub: Nichion 

13 Namida Goi — Aki Yashiro (Teichiku) Pub: Kureo Shuppan 

17 Joonetsu No Arashi — Hideki Saijo (RCA/Victor) Pub: Nichion 

16 Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree — Dawn (Bell/ 
CBS-Sony) Sub Pub: Undecided 

10 Yosei No Uta — Agnes Chan (Warner Brothers/ Warner-Pio- 
neer) Pub: Watanabe 

— Defune — Yo Uchiyamada & Cool Five (RCA/Victor) Pub: 

Uchiyamada Music 

11 Yuugao No Ame — Masako Mori (Minoruphone/Tokuma) Pub: 
Tokyo Ongaku Shuppan 

14 Onna No Negai — Shiro Miya & Pinkara Trio (Columbia) Pub: 
Daiichi Music 

15 Kiri No Defune — Hiroshi Itsuki (Minoruphone Tokuma) Pub: 
Undecided 

12 Wakaba No Sasayaki — Mari Amachi (CBS-Sony) Pub: Wata- 
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The Beatles/1962-1966 (Toshiba) 

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MCA’s national promotion on their 
new Canadian signing, Creamcheeze 
Goodtime Band, is beginning to bear 
fruit. Adult contemporary program- 
mers were first to recognize this tal- 
ent which quickly moved over to the 
contemporary programmers. Their 
vehicle, “Living Without You.” Inter- 
estingly enough the country pro- 
grammers have picked up on the flip, 
a Gordon Lightfoot penning of “Red- 
wood Hill.” 

Sweet Plum’s newest entry, “Sit- 
ting On A Poor Man’s Throne” by 
Copper Penny has shown early indi- 
cations of becoming a national hap- 
pening. London Records, distributors 
of the label, have manned a national 
promotion of the single. 

United Artists have another Cana- 
dian happening in Snakeye’s “Blue 
Feeling.” They are also moving well 
with Karl Epikson’s “Carnival 
Town.” 

Polydor have their foot in the door 
with “Bongo Rock” by the Incredible 
String Band, a Vancouver-based 
group who release on the Pride label. 
Polydor still look good with the 
“Carry On” deck by Cliff and Ann 
Edwards although some of the sup- 
port they thought they had from ma- 
jor contemporary stations hasn’t 
come through. 

WEA have come strong with sever- 
al new releases, one being the Van 
Morrison release of “Warm Love.” 
They are also looking good with a 
Canadian entry, “We Are All Of Us” 
by Michael Vincent on the Atlantic 
label. The big Canadian news from 
WEA is the phenomenal success of 
Michael Tarry’s “Rosalie.” This sin- 
gle has been one the entire Canadian 
industry have been keeping their eyes 
on. The deck was released in the U.S. 
a couple of weeks ago and early indi- 


cations have it making gradual 
gains. CKLW is still playlisting the 
single and now that product is in the 
stores in Detroit it’s just a matter of 
time before it hits that all powerful i 
chart. Tarry will be working closely 
with the Detroit promotion people 
for WEA in an effort to get the 
record off the ground. 

Capitol’s entries are still holding 
out with Anne Murray’s “What 
About Me” as strong as ever with the 
adult contemporary and country pro- ] 
grammers. Edward Bear’s “Close 
Your Eyes” is close behind with Sky- 
lark’s “Wildflower” now descending 
the charts. The Helen Reddy deck, 
“Delta Dawn” has shot up the charts 
with incredible speed. 

London has a tiger by the tail with 
“Soul Makossa” by Manu Dibango. 
They almost lost a grip on this one 
with the threat of several covers 
making it into the market before 
they could get it off the press. Mike 
Doyle, national promotion for the la- 
bel however, pulled all stops and rush 
shipped the single in time to save the 
day for London. 

A&M could have a winner in Lor- 
ence Hud’s “Master of Pantomime” 
although the action has been slow 
and sporadic. The young artist re- 
cently completed a tour of Western 
Canada with Bruce Bissell, west coast 
promo for A&M which gave his sin- 
gle a large sized boost. A&M have 
their hopes pinned on Lee Hurst’s 
“Whole Lotta Your Love” now 
showing nicely with contemporary 
programmers. 

With the business currently in a 
slump it’s surprising to see the 
amount of Canadian product rolling 
off the presses. Most of it is receiving 
strong play from many of the con- 
temporary programmers. 


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RCA Japan Sets 
Special Summer 
Music Library 

TOKYO — The RCA division of Nip- 
pon Victor will release a special sev- 
en part music library as part of a 
summer campaign, “Big Summer — 
’73.” The library will include such 
music as symphonic, concerto, instru- 
mental and chamber and movie mu- 
sic. 



CBS INTERNATIONAL April Mu- 
sic UK director Bob Britton (seated) 
is seen with Ove Hanson of April 
Music Sweden and April Music UK 
execs Howard Marks and Ivan Chan- 
dler following the presentation of a 
gold disk to mark sales of Gilbert 
O’Sullivan’s album “Himself” in 
Scandinavia. The album has sold 
more than 270,000 copies in Scandi- 
navia and 168,000 in Sweden alone. 
“Matrimony,” one of the tracks on 
the LP has had 22 local covers. 
O’Sullivan’s original version of the 
song has been in the Norwegian 
charts for more than 25 weeks. There 
are 50 cover versions of the album’s 
songs. 



Bob Britton (left), director of April 
Music UK, (CBS International) has 
signed a co-publishing deal between 
April Music UK and Paul Robinison 
Music for the songs in Robinson’s 
catalog. Robinson (right) is an 
American now producing in England. 
Robinson’s current artist Chris 
Sedgwick has been placed with RCA 
for the world. Another Robinson cat- 
alog, Always Music, with more than 
20 items already recorded has been 
incorporated in the April Music UK 
deal. 



Binder/Porter Label In Australia 


It’s Wizards Records 

BEVERLY HILLS — The Binder/- 
Porter Organization has announced 
the formation of its new Australian 
record label, Wizard. Headquartered 
in Melbourne, Australia, and Beverly 
Hills, the label had its formal launch 
during the week of June 11 with a 
series of receptions in Sydney, Mel- 
bourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and 
Perth to acquaint the Australian in- 
dustry and media with the new label 
and its roster of artists. Among 
those artists whose work was re- 
leased were Rick Springfield (single: 
“I’m Your Superman”); Gary Young 
(single: “One Night”); The Daltons 
(single: “Tennessee”). Other artists 
due for release in the near future are 
The Mighty Kong, Gerry and the Joy 
Band and Gary Young’s Hot Dog. 
First album release will be 
Springfield’s “Comic Book Heroes" 


Cooper LP 
Smash In Yugo 

NEW YORK — “Billion Dollar Ba- 
bies”, the latest gold album by rock 
superstar Alice Cooper, has just 
reached the #1 position in Yugosla- 
via. 

The album was released in Yugo- 
slavia less than a month ago, and is 
the first of Alice Cooper’s albums to 
be marketed there. Suzy Recordsman 
independent Yugoslavian recording 
company, licensed by W.E.A. antici- 
pates releasing earlier Cooper prod- 
uct. 


Aussy LP In 
U.S. Via ESP 

AUSTRALIA — As a result of nego- 
tiations between ESP-Disk New York 
and Image Records Australia which 
began at MIDEM in Cannes, arrange- 
ments have been made for the release 
in the USA and Canada of “Smoke 
Dreams”, the new LP by The Captain 
Matchbox Whoopee Band. 

Issued in Australia this week, the 
album will be released in America the 
last week in July. Final arrange- 
ments were made with ESP-Disk 
president Bernard Stollman. 


and “Daddy Cool Live; ‘The Last 
Drive-In Movie Show.’ ” 

Both Steve Binder and Robie Por- 
ter were in Australia coordinating 
the launch of the new label and prod- 
uct which will be distributed by W. 
B. A. (Warner Brothers Australia). 
Binder/Porter also owns Sparmac 
Records of Australia. 



Porter, Binder, Turner 


Specialty To 
Nippon Col 

TOKYO — Nippon Columbia has ob- 
tained exclusive rights to the U. S. 
Specialty label, featuring many clas- 
sic rock ’n roll sessions. The first 
release of Specialty in Japan, the 
deal will get underway for a one year 
period on Oct. 23, and will feature a 
series of albums. Artists will include 
Little Richard, Sam Cooke, Guitar 
Slim, among others. 


Denver Song To 
Czech. Mkt Via 
Ivan Mogull 

NEW YORK — Ivan Mogull Music 
Ltd. has secured the sub-publishing 
rights for Czechoslovakia on John 
Denver’s recent hit, “Take Me Home, 
Country Roads”. Various other art- 
ists have recorded this title and 
Mogull’s associates have prepared 
Czech lyrics and at the moment, 
it is being recorded by one of 
Czechoslovakia’s top female artists, 
for immediate release. This is 
Mogull’s second acquisition of a John 
Denver song. Previously, he acquired 
“Leaving On A Jet Plane”. 



Negram’s managing director Hans I. Kellerman recently opened Holland’s 
first quad discotheque in Scheveningen. The club is owned by Dutch top 
group Tee Set and named “Belle Amie” after the group’s first hit. The pic- 
ture shows: Kellerman playing the first quad record in the club with mem- 
bers of Tee Set looking on. 


A&R Concept 
Pays Off For 
CBS Int i 

NEW YORK — An international 
A&R philosophy developed by CBS 
International has paid off with a ma- 
jor hit for Chris Montez in Austria. 
CBS Records International vp Sol 
Rabinowitz, signed Montez to a 
worldwide contract less than a year 
ago primarily for his international 
sales potential. Shortly thereafter, a 
re-issue of Montez’ first major hit, 
“Let’s Dance,” reached the top 10 in 
England and went on to sell well in 
many other territories around the 
world. A “Let’s Dance” LP was re- 
leased, also achieving international 
success. 

Now a new single from this LP, 
“Ay No Digas,” has become a hit in 
Austria. The coupling for this single 
was independently chosen by Jaroslav 
Sevcik, CBS Records managing direc- 
tor in Austria and Rudolf Wolpert, 
CBS Records managing director in 
Germany, each acting on his own, co- 
incidentally and without knowledge of 
the other’s choice. The single is cur- 
rently selling more than 1000 copies a 
day in Austria and is the fastest sell- 
ing CBS single in that country since 
the worldwide multi-million seller 
“Butterfly” by Daniel Gerard. 

Rabinowitz commented, “With the 
advent of the Common Market, the 
opportunities for any European 
country becoming a jumping off 
point to break international best sell- 
ers have improved. I relate this situ- 
ation to the time I was national 
promotion director for Epic, when we 
broke Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport 
by Rolph Harris in Denver, Colorado 
and made a U. S. national hit of it in 
two weeks. “This again proves that 
an artist with international appeal 
can have a hit record start in any 
country. 


A&M Canada 
8-Track Demo 
Of Artists 

TORONTO — A&M Records of 
Canada has produced an 8-Track 
sampler, featuring cuts from new re- 
leases with a voice identifying the 
artist and album title for in-store 
play. 

Joe Summers, national sales man- 
ager, has called the demo a “natural” 
to stimulate retail sales. Summers 
added, “One of the problems with 
effective in-store demo merchandising 
is that most record clerks become 
bored with the same album and selec- 
tions being played over and over. 
With this tape, we are offering a 
diversification of best selling artists 
and selections on a continuous play 
8-Track. Most important, we are 
reaching the consumer under the best 
buying conditions.” 

The tape has been sent to major 
buyers and is available through A&M 
Distributors. 


Sasaki Chairs 
Japan Assoc. 

TOKYO — Japan Record Dealer’s 
Association held its regular general 
meeting here on June 13, to elect 
officers. New officers are as follows. 

The chairman of the board of di- 
rectors: Minoru Sasaki (The manag- 
er of Tokyo branch of the associa- 
tion); vice-chairman: Tadayoshi 

Muratani (manager of Kansai 
branch); Manshiro Ueki (manager of 
North- Kanto-branch) ; executive di- 
rector: Yasuo Yajima. 


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ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Twenty- 
eight Alaska music operators and 
service representatives attended a 
special Wurlitzer service seminar 
conducted by Wurlitzer service man- 
ager C, B. Ross in Anchorage. The 
seminar was organized by Northwest 
Sales Company, the Wurlitzer dis- 
tributorship in Seattle, Washington. 
Buzz Heyer of Northwest Sales and 
Bill Herbord of Automatic Products 
joined Ross as seminar principals. 
Walt Peteet, former Wurlitzer field 
service engineer, was a guest. 

The attendance marked one of the 
largest turnouts for an Alaskan sem- 
inar. Servicemen came from as far 
away as Kotzebue and Kodiak Is- 
land, nearly 700 miles away. Several 
of the servicemen also attended the 
Wurlitzer service seminar in Seattle 
earlier this year. In fact. Jack Griffin 
of Crown Vending in Achorage was 
the Grand Prize winner in Wurlitzer’s 
recently concluded Serviceman’s 
Sweepstakes as a result of his entry 
filed at the Seattle seminar. 

The vast expanses between cities 
and rigorous weather have made the 
Alaskan operator exceptionally self- 
sufficient. Most operators call on cus- 
tomers and make service calls by 
using privately-owned airplanes. 
Summer is a particularly busy season 
because there is daylight almost 
around the clock. Normal operating 
practices are maintained continuous- 
ly, however, despite the long cold and 
dark winters. Of course, servicemen 
must leave their trucks running while 
serving a location to guard against 
the severe temperatures. 

Business is unusually brisk. Tav- 
erns remain the most popular form 
of entertainment in the cities. 
Suburbs are almost non-existent. 
Live entertainment is limited to 
western music bands, the occasional 
rock group and topless dancing girls. 
The typical route includes music, cig- 
arettes and games. Two plays for 
twenty-five cents is the standard mu- 
sic vend. 

In the mainstream, the Alaskan op- 
erator and serviceman function very 
much the same as their counterparts 
in what is commonly called “the low- 
er 48” states. There exists a healthy 
respect for pioneering and hard 
work, but plenty of time is spent at 
recreation. Fishing and camping are 
universal pastimes. Motor homes are 
popular. Hunters track mountain 
sheep, bear, moose and caribou. In 
cold weather, auto races are con- 
tested on the frozen lakes. 

Alaska music operating has its 
share of oddities, too. For example, 
operators in Kotzebue deliver phono- 
graphs to locations in dog sleds. At 
Tyler Vending in Kenai, office work- 
ers look out windows and can watch 
the white whales chasing salmon. An- 
other operator, Johnny Knox, flies 
his bush plane into Indian villages. 
The Bureau of Indian Affairs buys 
generators which provide light for 
their villages from the money taken 
from the phonographs. 

AH in all, the jukebox industry in 
Alaska is prosperous and well- 
staffed. Ross found the Alaskan ser- 
viceman to be a cut above the aver- 
age in ability and ingenuity. The dif- 
ferent maintenance problems the Alas- 
kan encounters daily have made him 
a handy practitioner of his trade. 
Following is a listing of the service 
representatives and music operators 
at the Wurlitzer service seminar in 
Anchorage, June 4-7: Vic Tyler, 

Kenai; Wally Kopple, Kenai; Paul 
Meyer, Northwest Sales, Seattle, 
Washington; Mac McKinney, Fair- 
banks; John Alder, Fairbanks; David 


C. Wright, Action Vending, Anchor- 
age; Dan Bernhardt, Fairbanks; Dave 
Leavy, Dale Services, Clear; Leo A. 
Grasso, Barnes Enterprises, Galena; 
John Knox, Anchorage; Dale Phelps, 
Alaska Music Co., Fairbanks; Arthur 
R. Fields, Jr., Kotzebue; Leonard 
Thiltgen, Servwell Vending Co., Fair- 
banks: Ken Van Brocklin, Club Enter- 
prises, Cordova; Dick Benson, Dick 
Benson Amusement & Vending, Pal- 
mer; Bill Fixel, Anchorage Amuse- 
ment, Anchorage; Francis A. Johan- 
nes, Action Vending Co., Anchorage; 
Sonny Schlect, Arctic Music, Anchor- 
age; Wayne Prentice, Anchorage; 
Tom Ruff, Kodiak; Dan Fyter, 
Servewell Vending, Fairbanks; Steve 
Schlect, Arctic Music, Anchorage; 
Ron Bailey, Arctic Music Co., An- 
chorage; Harry Lupro, Juneau; Ar- 
chie Toms, Arctic Music Co., An- 
chorage; Ken Fuller, Crown Vending, 
Anchorage; Eldon Lester, Kodiak 
Amusement, Kodiak; Robert Blair, 
Kodiak Amusement, Kodiak; Bob 
Chappel, Seward. 


New Cornelius Chief 

MINNEAPOLIS — The board of di- 
rectors of the Cornelius Compnay, 
manufacturer of vending equipment, 
announced the election of Roy H. 
Jones, Duluth, Minnesota, as chair- 
man of the board and chief executive 
officer of the Minneapolis-based cor- 
poration. 

Jones has served as vice chairman 
of the board since January, 1972. He 
is also executive vice president of 
Jeno F. Paulucci Enterprises. He was 
elected to the Cornelius board of di- 
rectors in October, 1971. 


BAY CITY, MICH. — Earl Feddick, 
president of Valley Mfg. and Sales, 
will introduce a brand new air- 
assisted table hockey to the industry 
in mid-July. Called the Valley “Pow- 
er-Play” Hockey, the game is played 
the same as regulation table hockey 
but has a number of exclusive 
features. 

According to Feddick, the game 
has completely-electric (in table) 
scoring; points are scored when a 
player shoots his puck thru a light- 
beam across his opponent’s gate. The 
puck return outlet itself is larger 
than on competitive tables, Feddick 
advised. 

Power-Play Hockey’s cabinet mea- 
sures 101" x 56". Its rails, cor- 
ners and legs are red; the sides are 
white. All cabinet surfaces are cov- 
ered with high-impact Panelite. And 
the rails can be easily removed in 
order to replace the playfield, should 
it ever occur. 

Setting up at location is a service- 
man’s dream, said Valley sales man- 
ager Emile Marcet. “Just bolt the 
four legs on and away you go,” he 
said. Controls are modular type for 
speedy plug-in. Marcet also said the 
time limit on the game is easily ad- 
justed to vend anywhere from a 45 
second to 450 second (7 min.) game. 

All Valley distributors in the states 
will have received their samples the 
middle of this months and are invited 
to drop down and inspect Valley’s 
new entry in the table hockey field. 


Jones succeeds Jeno F. Paulucci, 
who since 1971, has served Cornelius 
as chairman of the board. Paulucci 
will continue as vice chairman of the 
board of directors. W. Joseph Blood, 


MOUNTAINVIEW — “Competition 
at its best tells the exciting story of 
Nutting Associates’ new 1 and 
2-Player Computer Space. Extensive 
field testing shows it’s a real money 
maker,” reports Mel Kalb, marketing 
VP for Nutting. “Players play again 
and again.” 

Two-player competiton pits players 
against each other as they maneuver 
their Space Rockets and Fire missiles 
to destroy the other’s Rocket before 
being destroyed himself. According 
to Kalb, “the action is fast and com- 
petition keen.” Single players battle 
against computer-programmed Space 
Saucers by skillful guidance of their 
Space Rocket to destroy the Saucers. 
Players have the choice of 1-player 
or 2-player action at the push of a 
button. 

New “Natural-Action” control 
sticks make the game easy to play 
and speeds up competition to a fever 
pitch. Missiles are rapid fired by push- 
ing the trigger button on the top of 
the stick. Realistic space battle 
sounds of missiles firing, rocket en- 
gines, and explosions add to the ex- 
citement and tempo of the game. 

“The beautiful Space-age cabinet 
immediately attracts players and two 
space saucers flying across the TV 
screen entices them to play,” Kalb 
declared. 

The new game is now in full pro- 
duction and deliveries are being made 
to all Nutting distributors. 


president and chief operating officer, 
will now headquarter in Dusseldorf, 
Germany to devote extended activity 
to development of Eastern Hemis- 
phere operations. 


Bilotta Views Growth In Flipper Tournaments 


NEWARK, N.Y — Johnny Bilotta, 
one of the industry’s leaders in the 
promotion of equipment and of new 
uses for equipment, is currently en- 
gaged in a drive to organize the 
several scattered groups promoting 
flipper game tournaments. In a recent 
article he printed and circulated 
among interested parties, Bilotta 
summed up his ideas and his pro- 
gram. 

Wrote John: 

“The Pinball machine, that amaz- 
ing contraption with the flashing sil- 
ver ball that cascades it’s way 
through a maze of coils and lights, is 
now enjoying a rebirth. Due to the 
hard work and persistence of some 
very dedicated people, the Pinball 
machine is coming out of the dark 
corner of the local tavern into the 
eyes of the public, with a shiny new 
image. That image has been hard 
won, in the courts in some cases, and 
good promotion and public relations 
in others. 

“In 1970, we established what I be- 
lieve to possibly have been the first 
Pinball game room on a college cam- 
pus. Rochester Institute of Technolo- 
gy was the school, and today there’s 
hardly a campus in the area without 
a game room. The acceptance of Pin- 
ball for what it is, has come from the 
youth, and it is now spreading to 
other segments of our society. Pin- 
ball has enjoyed articles in major 
national magazines such as Playboy 
and several center spreads in the ma- 
jor newspapers throughout the coun- 
try. Why ? Because the youth on the 
campuses have picked up on the 
sport, and media realize that national 
trends are often started with the 
youth. Pinball is a great sport, de- 
manding skill, concentration and a 
competitive spirit. 


“In 1971 we had the first state Pin- 
ball tournament at Geneseo State 
composing students from one end of 
the state to the other. At that time, 
the industry took our tournament 
idea quite lightly. Many said it was a 
good idea, but could not see how it 
could really benefit them. Out of the 
tournament has grown publicity, out 
of publicity has grown a public 
awareness that Pinball is not some- 
thing evil. Out of a new public 
awareness is growing more accep- 
tance, and thus more locations for 
the operator, and more sales for the 
manufacturer. NOW THEY SEE 
THE LIGHT. New organizations are 
suddenly forming to promote tour- 
naments, locations want more games, 
and operators want to know how 
they can promote their own Pinball 
tournament. Over three years of 
work has gone into the idea of pro- 
moting Pinball on the campus and to 
the people. Experience is the name of 
the game. We have sponsored many 
tournaments at my own expense, and 
have captured the right approach in 
a small film I’ve had Herb Gross pro- 
duce. 

“The major point of this entire 
article is that we could lose all which 
it has taken years to gain bv using 
the WRONG APPROACH. With the 
gain in popularity of Pinball, some 
operators or locations might see fit 
to promote cash prizes in connection 
with tournament competiton, and or 
allow private gambling between com- 
petitors. This would slide the Pinball 
machine back into obscurity and the 
dark age of unwarranted control. The 
tournament should be patterned like 
the A.B.C. Bowling competition 
where by the players entry fee makes 
up the cash prize maney to be dis- 
tributed. 


“Lest We Forget that everything 
we enjoy today has been a hardwon 
uphill battle and we still have a long 
way to go. I invite those concerned, 
to demand a proper organized ap- 
proach in the promotion of Pinball. 
If everyone trys to “do his own 
thing” we’re bound to run into prob- 
lems. Let us work through our desig- 
nated organizations and manufactur- 
ers for a good solid professional ap- 
proach. I offer my years of experi- 
ence and the expertise developed, for 
the good of the industry. I will travel 
to any organized meeting, show the 
way in which I have approached Pin- 
ball promotion, and be more than 
happy to show those slides and films 
exemplifying the PROPER AP- 
PROACH. All you have to do is call 
or write me. 

“Let’s organize . . . LEST WE 
FORGET.” 



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Cash Box — July 7, 1973 



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MACHINES FOR IMPORTING TO JAPAN. JATRE 
INC., Diamond Bldg., 2nd floor, 2-9-2, Minami- 
Ohi, Shinagawa-Ku, Tokyo, Japan. Cable: Amuse- 
iapo Tokyo, SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE, 2311 
CABRILLO STREET, SUITE #2, SAN FRANCISCO, 
CALIF. 94121. Tel: (415) 387-6227. 


WE ARE ALWAYS INTERESTED IN USED AND BRAND 
new phonographs, pinballs, bingos, guns, arcade, 
kiddie rides, slot machines, etc., all makes all 
models. QUOTE FOB SEA VESSEL TO HOLLAND 
BELGIE EUROPE. SPRL, 276 AVENUE, LOUIS, 
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■WANT”— ALL WURLITZER AND ROCK-OLA PHONOS 
1965 and newer. All arcade equipment. Flippers 
to three years old Uprights. We are interested 
in distribution of allied equipment. BERT 
AMUSEMENTS LTD., 3728 East Hastings Street, 
North Burnaby, B.C. Canada. Phone 298-5578. 


WANT: Bingos for resale for Maryland use, and 
for export. Any quantity. For export only Winter 
Books with new heads $550.00. Winter Books 
Converted like new $750.00. Pins and amuse- 
ment machines available at all times. Phone 
717-848-1846. D. & P. Music, York, Pa. 


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BUYING SCOPITONES . . . working or not. Quote 
your lowest acceptable price. Give full particu- 
lars regarding model, appearance, working con- 
dition, films, spare parts, etc Will only con- 
sider offers for 5 or more machines. Wasserman 
Enterprises, 504 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco, 
94102. 



CLASSIFIED AD RATE 25 CENTS PER WORD 

Count every word including all words in firm name. Numbers in address count 
as one word. Minimum ad accepted $6.25 CASH OR CHECK MUST ACCOMPANY 
ALL ORDERS FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. If cash or check is NOT enclosed 
with order your classified ad will be held for following issue pending receipt of 
your check or cash. NOTICE — $113 Classified Advertisers (Outside USA add $78 to 
your present subscription price). You are entitled to a classified ad of 40 words 
in each week’s issue for a period of One Full Year, 52 consecutive weeks. You 
are allowed to change your Classified Ad each week if you so desire. All words 
over 40 will be billed at the rate of 25tf per word. Please count words carefully. 
Be sure your Classified Ad is sent to reach New York publication office by 
Wednesday, 12 noon, of preceding week to appear in the following week’s issue. 

Classified Ads Close WEDNESDAY 

Send all copy to: CASH BOX, 119 West 57th St., N.Y., N.Y. 10019 


USED 45 RPM RECORD:, 
right off the route. r>: 
freight from anywher 
available for regular 
MENT CO., 1215 HO' 
MARYLAND 21230. 


WANTED TO BUY— OPEN REEL TAPES. V/HY TIE UP 
capital investment in slow-moving reel tape de- 
partment? We will buy complete inventories — 
large or small. Send detailed lists and quan- 
tities. VARIETY AUDIO PRODUCTS, 170 Cen- 
tral Avenue, Farmingdale, N.Y. 11735. 516 — 
293-5858. 


HOE DOWN FIDDLE TUNES— COUNTRY— BLUE GRASS 
— Record Albums — Tape Cartridges. New record- 
ings of the legendary J. E. Mainer. He will 
scare hell out of you. Wholesale to established 
Record Stores. UNCLE JIM O'NEAL, Box A-6, 
Arcadia, California 91006. 


POOL TABLES — Large selection of all makes and 
models available. Completely reconditioned or in 
"as is" condition for immediate shipment at very 
attractive prices. Also large selections of pin 
games, shuffles, guns and music — Phone or write 
EASTERN NOVELTY DISTRIBUTORS, INC., 3726 
Tonneie Avenue, North Bergen, New Jersey 07047 
—(201) 864-2424. 


FOR SALE— EXPORT ONLY— Bally, Bingos, slots, up- 
rights Games, Inc., Big Ben, etc., Keeney Mt. 
Climber, etc., Evans Winterbrook. All models 
rotamint & rotamat. Write for complete list 
phonos, phono-vues, pin balls, arcade, etc. 
ROBERT JONES INTERNATIONAL, 880 Providence 
Highway, Dedham, Mass. 02026 (617) 329-4880. 


American Shuffleboard Scoring Unit $135, 2 Side 
Lights $75; Combination $195. Budge Wright's 
Western Distributors, 1226 SW 16th, Portland, 
Oregon 228-7565. 


FOR SALE: Electro-Dart and Midway Bulls Eye wall 
games. Irving Kaye Speedy. D&L Distributing Co., 
Inc., 6691 Allentown Blvd. , Harrisburg, Pa. 
17112. (717) 545-4264. 


FOR SALE — United Laguna $525.. Cimmaron 
$695., Dune Buggy $495. (No Crating). Mohawk 
Skill Games Co., 67 Swaggertown Road, Scotia, 
N.Y. 12302. Call Ogden Whitbeck (518) 377-2162. 


AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY: Holly-type 
-claw machines, (domestic and imported — all 
new), Mini Swings, Rotaries. Inquire for all your 
coin machine needs — LOWELL ASSOCIATES, PO 
BOX 386, GLEN BURNIE, MO. 21061. (301) 768- 
3400. 


FOR SALE: 50 Used Electro-Darts in very good con- 
dition. Shopped and Ready to go $250.00 Each. 
Write or Phone: Footsball Corp. of America, 
P.O. Box 12074, Thomas Corner, Norfolk, Virginia 
23502. Phone: 857-5677. 


WE BUY NEW AND USED ALBUMS— Promos, review 
records, anything you have. Highest prices paid 
anywhere. Immediate Cash. We pick-up in New 
York Area. Can arrange shipping From Out of 
Town. Call (212) 693-2251 or 256-0764. Or Write: 
Titus Oaks, 362 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn, N.Y. 
11203. 


Clean out your warehouse — We Buy your surplus 
album stocks, Overstocks, Cut Outs, Bankrupt 
Stock, Promotional Goods. Clean out what you 
can’t return or sell. From a thousand to a mil- 
lion. Scorpio Distributors, 6612 Limekiln Pike, 
Phila., Pa. 19138. 


SPOT CASH FOR ALBUMS or 8-TRACK TAPES, CUR- 
RENT MERCHANDISE, Major Labels, Top Artists. 
Small or Large Lots— ZIP’s RECORD SH0°S, 1120 
E. Sixth St., Tucson, Arizona 85719. (602) 882- 
8324. 


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VILL BUY: Lotta A Fun, Barrel O Fun, Light A Line 
& Shoot A Line. Call 717-248-9611, Guerrini’s 
Vending, 1211 West 4th St., Lewistown, Pa. 


'WANT — Air Hockey Games. Seeburg Consolettes 
and Hideaway units. Harvard Metai Typers. Also 
interested in distribution of new equipment. St. 
Thomas Coin Sales, 669 Talbot St., St. Thomas, 
Ontario, Canada. (519) 631-9550." 


9 Wanted Beach Beautys, Surf Club and later In- 
Lines. Also search biscuit for Beach Club, back 
glass for Surf Club, schematic for Surf Club. 
Must be completely rust-free. Have 2 Turf King 
back glasses. Stanley Kappy, 53 Penn St., King- 
ston, Pa. 717-287-4685 or 717-287-9190, call 
before 11 AM. 


* WANTED: For Cash, Seeburg Bandshell, Starfire, 
any quantity. Shuffle Alleys, United 8 Chic. 
Coin, under 2 years old. Pinball, Gottlieb & 
Williams, under 2 years old. Call colect, STAN 
HARRIS, (215) GA6-7500 or write S.E. cor. “G" & 
Lycoming Sts., Phia., Pa. 19124. 


COIN MACHINES 
FOR SALE 


OR SALE— DANCING LADY $195, PRO FOOTBALL 
$525, AMBUSH GUN $850, DERBY DAY $195, 
ALPHAS $375, ORION $325, DELTA $395, AIR 
HOCKEYS $875, SUB PACK $725, MONTE CARLO 
$1,195, PERISCOPE $750, RED BARON $525, 
SPOOKSVILLES $415, SPOOKSVILLE brand new 
$495, SEA HUNT $275, CRACK SHOT $1,025, DUCK 
HUNT $725, DUNE BUGGY $395, U.S. MARSHALL 
$135, JAGUAR CRANES $425, STEERACOIN $325, 
UPPER DECK $695, SPIN OUT $450. New Orleans 
Novelty Company, 1055 Dryades Street, New 
Orleans, Louisiana 70113 Tel (504) 529-7321 
CABLE NONOVCO. 


OR SALE/ EXPORT/ SLOT MACHINES new 3-line pay 
double progressive plus 5 other models manu- 
factured by General Automatic of Belgium Dis- 
tributors needed in some foreign areas. Used 
Bally tradeins and Parts for sale. Nevada Fruit 
slot machine Co. P.O. Box 5734, Reno, Nevada 
89503 (702) 825-3233. 


ihoot-A-Line, Lite-A-Line, Lotta Fun, Barrel of 
Fun. Not from flood area. MONROE BRANT 
VENDING CO., 829 East Market St., York, Pa. 
17403. Tel: 717/848-1386. 


i lUARTER HORSES: New concept in wall games. 
First game to feature 4 players for 50d or 2 
players for 25 d. Not a 2-4-6-8-10 game, but a 
dynamic race for the finish line. Performance 
Enterprises, Inc., 4712 N.E. 12th Ave., Ft. 
Lauderdale, Fla. 33308. Phone (305) 771-3110. 


LOT MACHINES for EXPORT/SALE— Bally, Mills, 
Pace, Jennings, Uprights, Consoles, Bally Bingo 
Pinballs, Automatic Horse Race, Automatic Poker, 
Keno, Bingos. SI REDD’S BALLY DISTRIBUTING 
CO., 390 E. 6th St., P.O. Box 7457, Reno, Nevada 
89502 (702 323-6157). (Las Vegas Office) 2611 
S. Highland Ave., Las Vegas, Nev. (702 735-3767). 


FOR SALE: 3 SPEED QUEEN B BALLY— BOATS. 
$275 each. 3 Elephants by Tusko — $275 each. 
CENTRAL MUSIC CO., P.O. Box 284, 407 E. Ave. 
D, Killeen, Texas 76541. 


FOR SALE: Seeburg, Wurlitzer, Rockola, AMI 
Phonographs. Williams, Gottlieb, Bally, Chicago 
Coin, flippers, guns, baseballs, United, Chicago 
Coin, Midway shuffes. Valley, Fischer, United, 
American, used pool tables. As is or shopped. 
Domestic or export shipments. Call or write 
Operators Sales, Inc., 4122 Washington Ave., 
New Orleans, Louisiana. 70125. (504) 822-2370. 


ALL TYPES OF COIN-OPERATED EQUIPMENT: ADD A- 
Balls, shuffles, guns, computers, etc. All types 
of phonographs, large selection on hand. Vending 
machines, from cigarette to candy to can drink, 
etc. ... all kinds, shopped to perfection. Also 
Cineboxes loaded with film (sizable quantity 
available) — make offer. Limited quantity of re- 
conditioned Fun Time ‘Sonny & Pops’ in stock. 
Write or call FLOWER CITY DIST. CO., 389 Web- 
ster Ave., Rochester, N.Y. 14609. Tel. (716) 654- 
8020 and ask for JOE GRILLO. 


FOR SALE— Stock of SPACE LASER and CHICK 'N 
PLUCK 'R parts available. LASER Access Doors 
(normally $18.00 each) while they last special — 
four for $20.00. Inquire for special bargain 
prices on New SPACE LASER or CHICK 'N 
PLUCK 'R Machines for sale or lease. All orders 
C.O.D. only. Write or call TARGET INTERNA- 
TIONAL COIN. 14207 Ford Rd„ Dearborn, Michi- 
gan 48126 (313) 846-0160. 


CONVERSION CARTRIDGES-PLAY STEREO RECORDS 
ON Seeburg Monaural Phonos B thru 201 — NO 
ADJUSTMENTS REQUIRED— JUST PLUG IN— elimi- 
nate sound distortion, needle skipping, excessive 
record wear. $24.95 postpaid. Satisfaction guar- 
anteed. Quantity discounts. C. A. THORP SERVICE, 
1520 Missouri, Oceanside, Ca. 92054. 


FOR SALE/EXPORT— USED SLOTS, BALLY STAND- 
ARD, 3-LINE PLAY, MULTIPLIERS, QUICK DRAWS, 
AND COMPLETELY SHOPPED AMUSEMENT EQUIP- 
MENT. Write for particulars, THOMAS TRADING 
CO., INC., 2614 Westwood Drive, Box 15391, 
Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A., 707-734-8818. Cable: 


FOR SALE — Bingos, Funways, Lotta Funs and Shoot- 
A-Lines Available. Also Keeney Red Arrows and 
Sweet Shawnees. These games are completely 
shopped. Call WASS1CK NOVELTY (304) 292-3791. 
Morgantown, W. Va. 


FOR EXPORT: 12 Winterbook @ $450, 5 Buckley 
Trach Odds @ $425, 3 Keeney Twin DeLuxe Big 
Tent @ $525, 1 Jumbo $550, 2 Bally Skill Pa- 
rade @ $300, Bally 4 Million BC $585, Seeburg 
Phonos, Consolettes, AMI MM3 $625. Write, 
wire or call D. Joyce, 141 Meadowbrook, Gretna, 
La. 70053, Tel 367-4365. 


ALI, Bally, Chicago Coin, Kaye, Midway, MCI, Sega 
and Williams Guns and Arcade Equipment at 
rock bottom prices. Special discounts on com 
plete Game Room and Arcade installations. Call 
314-621-3511 or write to: Central Distributors, 
Inc., 2315 Olive, St. Louis, Mo. 63103. 


FOR SALE: NEW AND RECONDITIONED BARGAINS: 
Bally Hill Climb $345.00; Space Flight $145.00; 
Midway Dart Champ #3 w/pedestal $295.00; 
Bull's Eye #3 w/pedestal $345.00; (Both new 
Remote Control floor samples), Sea Devil $345.00; 
Flash Baseball $495.00; Haunted House $645.00; 
Williams Hit & Run (2 pi) $345.00. Mickey An- 
derson Amusement Co., 314 E. 11th St., Erie, 
Pa. 16503. Phone (814) 452-3207. 


EMPLOYMENT 

SERVICE 


SHOP AND ROUTE MECHANICS WANTED— JUKES, 
BINGOS, UPRIGHTS, Slots, Flippers: Good Pay; 
Raises according to results; Apartment furnished 
if desired and air fare furnished. SHELTON 
MUSIC CO., PO Box 803, Agana, Guam 96910. 
Phone 7726244. 


• Mechanic Wanted — Experienced with music and 
game machines. Excellent pay and regular hours. 
Send references and qualifications to Ayers 
Music Co., 946 South Chapman, Greensboro, 
N.C. 27403. 


» Shop Foreman — Experienced vending and games 
mechanic. Excellent salary and fringe benefits. 
Send complete resume to Struve Distributing 
Co., 276 West First South, Salt Lake City, Utah 
84101. (801) 328-1636. 


HUMOR 


DEEJAYS! New, sure-fire comedy! 11,000 classified 
one-line gags, only $10. Designed to give you 
the right line for the right occasion every time! 
ISend for our comedy catalog, IT’S FREE! Edmund 
Orrin, 2786-C West Roberts, Fresno, Calif. 93705 


RECORDS-MUSIC 


LEADING TAPE AND RECORD DISTRIBUTORS OF 
ALL LABELS. Will sell current & cut out mer- 
chandise at lowest prices. Member of N.A.R.M. 
Send for catalogues. CANDY STRIPE RECORDS, 
INC., 17 ALABAMA AVENUE, ISLAND PARK, NEW 
YORK 11558. 516-432-0047, 516-432-0048, 212- 
895-2693. 


HOUSE OF OLDIES — We are the World Headquar- 
ters for out of print LP’s and 45’s. Also, the 
largest selection of Old Rock ’n Roll and Rhythm 
and Blues albums. Our famous 3 in 1 catalog 
$1.25 HOUSE OF OLDIES, 267 Bleecker St., 
N.Y., N.Y. 10014. (212) 243-0500. 


* MUSIC LOVERS * 45 R.P.M. OLDIE RECORDS. 
Catalogue $1.00 refundable on 1st order. For 
your convenience use: Chargex, Bank-americard, 
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Copyright © 1973 by The Cash Box Publishing Co., Inc. 
All rights reserved. Copyright under Universal Copyright 
Convention. 


In celebrating our 31st anniver- 
sary, we would like to use this oppor- 
tunity to make clear the basic functions 
of a trade magazine, with particular 
reference to the way we see them. A 
trade paper functioning within any in- 
dustry should be staffed by personnel 
who are on top of every facet of the 
industry it reflects. For the music 
trade, this means total expertise of 
the music, the artist, the merchan- 
dising and, ultimately, the marketing 
of the recorded product itself. We at 
Cash Box feel that we have faced up 
to this responsibility, and we would 
like to sincerely thank the industry 
for its consistent support of our un- 
tiring efforts to reflect the industry 
in a responsible manner. 

We have arrived at an “enough is 
enough” standpoint in the manner in 
which our competitors have utilized 
either a false-value “numbers game” 
or “surveys” of trade magazine ac- 
ceptance that under the most casual 
of scrutiny do not convey a shred of 
objectivity and meaningfulness. These 
devices, of course, are designed to 
lower the credibility of Cash Box, which 
has managed to reach its 31st an- 
niversary without resorting to unpro- 
fessional low-blows. 

One of our competitors, in playing 
the “numbers game,” has for years 
tried to impress the trade with its 
wide readership, unmindful that in this 
era of vertical growth within the in- 
dustry it is the quality of readership 
not the quantity of readership that 


counts. Cash Box has that quality 
readership and it's a 100% music 
business readership. 

Our other competitor, frantically 
trying to give itself a ranking in the 
industry it has yet to merit by a long 
shot, widened its credibility gap re- 
cently through a totally discredited 
“survey” of its impact on the busi- 
ness. It hoped to put one over on the 
business by indicating that its source 
was a major record company, which 
later disavowed the survey’s contents. 

We fully understand the possibilities 
inherent in self-promotion. When it is 
employed in good taste and with legit- 
imate statistical support it can do 
some good. Yet, it has been the policy 
of Cash Box to let its influence among 
its readership speak for itself, and to 
allow its many features that command 
industry respect to stand as the best 
self-promotion of all. 

We at Cash Box believe that we 
possess a “feel” for the business our 
competitors lack. We are not blinded 
by the fallacy that this “feel” for the 
industry precludes objectivity and use- 
fulness. We believe in the industry be- 
cause of the nature of its product and 
the excitement it generates. 

In hyping their values, our competi- 
tors betray not only bad taste and 
unreasonable competition, they also 
demean the business they claim to 
reflect. In our 31st year, Cash Box 
is proud to continue to declare: “We 
Care!” 







f' MUSIC DOMESTIC Part l 


A & M 

ABC Music 

ABC Records 
Alco Research 

All South 

Almo Music . . . 
A!ph3 Dist. 

AMI 

April/ Blackwood 
Ashford & Simpson 
A i V Publishing . 
Avco Records 


Bandana Ent. . . 

BASF 

Bell 

Best Way Pressing 

Beta Dist 

Belwin/ Mills - - 

Big Tree Records 
Bolic Studios . . . 
Suddah Records 
Burbank Studios . 


Gale, J. J. 

Capitol 

David Cassidy 
Chapman Dist. 
Cheech & Chong 
Chess/Janus . . . 
Chips Dist. 
Columbia Records 
Alice Cooper . . . 
C T i 

Curtom Music . . 


91, 


Mac Davis 

Deodato 

Diamond, Neil 
Bo Diddley . . . 


E'ektra Records 

Empire State Record Sales 

Epic Records 

David Eskin 
Excello Records 


2/ 

121 

11 

148 

60 

119 

45 

67 

117 

130 

139 


67 
92 

28, 28 
144 

68 
149 

51 

26 

17 

81 

58 
98, 99 
131 
48 
9 

101 

70 

2 

61 

53 

157 

12 

115 

34 

118 

85 

66 

137 

152 

10B 


Famous 

Donna Fargo 

Far Out Productions 

Wes Farrell Org. 

Fermata 

5th Dimension 

Roberta Flack 

G 

Gailico Music 
Gate City One Stop 

David Gates 

General Records 
Richard Gersh Assoc. 

Gi! Music 

Godwin Dist. 

Green Mountain Records 
Grunt Records 

H 

T. B. Harms 

Hi Records 

Hopsack & Sik 


106. 


i 

Luther Ingram 

Interior Music 

Irving & Almo Music 


Jamie/Guyden 
Jewel/ Paula 
Jobete 
Elton John 


Carole King 
Kirshner Ent. 

KoKo Records 

Lettermen 

Levinson Assoc. 
Linbee Studios 
Loggins & Messina 
Lormar 
London Dist. 


M 


Malverne Dist. 

Johnny Mathis 
Curtis Mayfield Music 
MCA 31-39 


69 

43 

147 

10A 

132 

105 

155 

111 

84 

134 

146 

140 

156 
52 

102 

107 

120 

87 
130 

83 

4 

119 

10 

156 
151 

71 

8 

7 

83 

55 

140 

88 
13 
86 
49 

68 

103 

157 


Mary McCreary 
Medress & Appell 
Melanie 

Mercury Records 
Met Richmond Dist. 
Metromedia Music 
M G M 

Midland Music 
M M I 
Ivan Mogull 
Mums Records 
Anne Murray 
Musical Supply 
Music Maximus 

Nashboro Records 

Ode Records 
Osmond Bros. 

Parsons Tape 
Peer/Southern 
Perception Records 
Peters Int'l . 

Phil. Int'l 
Pickwick Int’l 
Gil/Pincus 
Playboy Records 
P.P.X. 

Elvis Presley . 
Program One Stop 
Progressive Litho 
Project 3 


39 

143 

129 

79 

62 

142 

94, 95, 122, 123 
19 
54 
128 
15 
97 
152 
114 


10B 


Helen Reddy 
The Richmond Org. 
Robbins, Feist, Miller 
Roulette Records 
R S O 
Russell, Leon 

s 

Scepter Records 
Schroeder Music 
Schultz, Albert 
Schwartz Bros. 

Screen Gems Music 
Seaboard Dist. 


8. 9 
122, 123 

148 

128 

138 

152 

75 

50 

156 

63 

136 

Back Cover 
84 
86 
89 


24, 25 
5 

127 

141 

77 

150 

59 

47 
65 

152 

48 
133 

52 


Seals & Crofts 

Sesac 

Shelter Records 
Shure Bros. 

Sidney Siedenberg Assoc. 
Carly Simon 

Simone 

Sire/Focus 
SMG Dist. 

Martin B. Snyder 
Sonny & Cher 
Southland Dist. 

Stan's Record Service 
Stanzione 
Star Title Strip 
Stax Records 
Stereo Dimension 
Stigwood, Robt. 

Sunbury/ Dunbar Music 
Sweet Fortune Records 
Sweet. The 


Tara Int'l 
Temponic Records 
3 Dimension Mgmt 
Tone Dist. 

Totem Pole 
Town Hall 
TRO 

20th Century Records 
20th Century Music 

u 

United Artists Records 
Universal Dist. . 
Universal Tape 


Bobby Vinton 

Wakefield Pressing 
Warner Bros. 

Morty Wax Assoc. 
West Coast Music 
Ed White Inc. 

Win One Stop 
Wishbone Ash 


Zamoisky Dist. 


w 


126 
110 
58, 59 
46 
41 

85 
136 

57 

64 

86 
33 
56 
84 

140 

84 

109 

73 
150 
125 

23 

153 

114 

10B 

143 

74 
140 
10B 
127 

135 
116 

112, 113 
70 
60 

21 

148 

93 

136 
44 
86 
86 
35 

62 


MUSIC INTERNATIONAL Part 2 


A 

Affiliated Music Pub. 4 

Apollon 22, 23 

ATV— Music 11 

B 

Burlington Music 6 

c 

Carlin Music . 8 

CBS — Argentina 37 

CBS — International Facing Int’l Cover 

CBS — Sony 21 

Chappell 3 

C.M.C. 8 

Crown Music 20 

D 

Dallon, Miki, Ent. 12 

Decca Records — U.K. 15 


D.J.M. 


Eastern Music Pub. 
EMI 


Fields, Mildred 
Hiller, Tony 


James, Dick, Org. 
Jam Records 


Microfon — Arg. 

Music Hall Records 

I 

Nichion 


F 

H 

J 

M 


34 

13 


10 

6 


36 

37 


32 


Nippon Columbia 
Nippon Crown 

Orlake Ltd. 

Pageful of Hits 
Palace Music 
Polydor K.K. 

Pony, Inc. 
Precision Tapes 
Pye Records 

Reid, John, Ent. 
Rocket Records 

Shinko Music 


33 

20 

14 

9 

6 

26 

25 

19 

19 

17 

17 

30 


Taiyo Music 
Teichiku Records 
Toho Geion Co. 
Tokyo Music 
Toshiba Records 
Transaction Music 


Vic Arts Prod. 
Victor Musical Ind. 
Victor Music Pub. 


w 


Warner Bros. Music 


Young Blood International 


29 

28 

34 

35 
31 
10 


27 

27 

27 


12 






FEMALE VOCALISTS 


MALE VOCALISTS 


NEW FEMALE VOCALISTS 


NEW MALE VOCALISTS 


NEW DUOS 


DUOS 


1 LOGGINS & MESSINA— Columbia 


1 CARPENTERS— A&M 

2 MEL & TIM— Stax 

3 ROBERTA FLACK & DONNY HATHAWAY 
— Atlantic 


2 MOUTH & MacNEAL— Philips 

3 SEALS & CROFTS— W.B. 


INSTR UMENTALISTS 


1 TIE (DEODATO— CTI) 

(BILLY PRESTON— A&M) 

2 HOT BUTTER— Musicor 

3 ROYAL SCOTS DRAGOON GUARDS 
—RCA 


1 CURTIS MAYFIELD— Curtom 

2 GARY GLITTER— Bell 

3 JERMAINE JACKSON— Motown 

1 TIE (BETTE MIDLER— Atlantic) 

(VICKIE LAWRENCE— Bell) 

2 SYLVIA— Vibration 

3 CHI COLTRANE — Columbia 

VOCAL CROUPS 

NEW VOCAL CROUPS 

1 SPINNERS— Atlantic 

1 O’JAYS — Phila. Int’l. 

2 BREAD— Elektra 

2 RASPBERRIES — Capitol 

3 STYLISTICS— Avco 

3 EAGLES— Asylum 


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1 AL GREEN— Hi 

1 TIE (CARLY SIMON— Elektra) 


(DONNA FARGO— Dot) 

2 ELTON JOHN— MCA 

2 HELEN REDDY— Captiol 

3 GILBERT O’SULLIVAN— MAM 

3 ROBERTA FLACK— Atlantic 




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A TARIM AXIOM CF ARTISTS WHO ACHIEVED GREATEST SUCCESS ACCORDING TO THE WEEKLY CASH BOX 100 BEST SELLER LIST. NAMES LISTED BELOW ARE IN ORDER OF STRENGTH IN 
THFIR VARIOUS CATEGORIES BASED ON A WEIGHTED POINT SYSTEM WHICH GIVES CREDIT FOR LONGEVITY ON THE SINGLE CHART AS WELL AS THE HEIGHT ATTAINED ON THE CHART. 
TITLES WHICH APPEARED ON TKE SINGLE CHART WERE USED FOR AN ARTIST TOTAL. THE SUM OF ALL OF AN ARTIST’S HITS OVER THE PAST TWELVE MONTHS RESULTED IN THE 

POSITIONING OF A NAME. 


NEW MALE VOCAUSTS-SINGUS 

1 CURTIS MAYFIELD— Curtom 

2 GARY GLITTER— Bell 

3 JERMAINE JACKSON— 
Motown 

4 Albert Hammond— Mums 

5 Hurricane Smith— Capitol 

6 Timmy Thomas— Glades 

7 Austin Roberts- — Chelsea 

8 Daniel Boone— Mercury 

9 Danny O'Keefe— Signpost 

10 Loudon Wainwright Hi— 
Columbia 

11 Jud Strunk — -MGM 

12 Clint Holmes— Epic 

13 Arlo Guthrie- — W. B, 

14 Barry White — 20th Century 

15 Rick Springfield — Capitol 

16 David Bowie— RCA 

17 Leon Russell — Shelter 

18 Dr. John — Atco 

19 Lou Reed — RCA 

20 Sam Neely — Capitol 

21 Joe Stampley — Dot 

22 Les Emmerson — Lion 

23 Keith Hampshire — A & M 

24 Chris Hodge — Apple 

25 Little Jimmy Osmond — MGM 

26 Michael Murphy — A & M 

27 Eddie Kendricks — Motown 



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MALE VOCALISTS— SINGLES 

1 AL GREEN— Hi 

2 ELTON JOHN— MCA 

3 GILBERT O’SULLIVAN— MAM 

4 Neil Diamond — MCA 

5 Stevie Wonder — Tamla 

6 Elvis Presley — RCA 

7 Bii! Withers — Sussex 

8 Lobo— Big Tree 

9 Donny Osmond — MGM 

10 Johnny Nash — Epic 

11 Jim Croce — ABC 

12 Michael Jackson — Motown 

13 Luthur Ingram — Koko 

14 Chuck Berry — Chess 

15 Nilsson — RCA 

16 Wayne Newton — Chelsea 

17 Johnny Rivers — U. A. 

18 Mac Davis — Columbia 

19 Billy Paul— Phila. int’l. 

20 James Brown— Polydor 

21 Joe Simon — Spring 

22 Bobby Womack — U. A. 

23 John Denver — RCA 

24 Dobie Gray — Decca 

25 Rick Nelson — Decca 

26 Bobby Vinton — Epic 

27 David Cassidy — Bell 

28 Marvin Gaye — Tamla 

29 Rod Stewart — Mercury 

30 Cat Stevens — A & M 

31 Sammy Davis Jr. — MGM 

32 Don McLean — U.A. 

33 Ronnie Dyson- — Columbia 

34 Jerry Lee Lewis — Mercury 

35 James Taylor — W. B. 

36 Billy Preston— A & M 

37 King Floyd — Chimneyville 

38 Joe Cocker — A & M 

39 Todd Rundgren — Bearsville 

40 Perry Como — RCA 

41 Jerry Wallace— MCA 

42 Joe Tex — Dial 

43 Jackson Browne — Asylum 

44 Glen Campbell — Capitol 

45 Harry Chapin — Elektra 

46 J.J. Cale — Shelter 

47 Ray Charles — ABC 

DUOS-SINGLES 

1 CARPENTERS— A & M 

2 MEL & TIM— Stax 

3 ROBERTA FLACK & DONNY 
HATHAWAY— Atlantic 

4 Sonny & Cher — Kapp 

5 Graham Nash & David Crosby 
— Atlantic 

NEW DUOS-SINGLES 

1 LOGGINS & MESSINA— 

Columbia 

2 MOUTH & MACNEAL— 

Philips 

3 SEALS & CROFTS— W. B. 

4 Cashman & West — Dunhill 

5 Wigrass & Osborne — Uni 

6 Holland-Dozier- — Invictus 


VOCAL GROUPS-SINGLES 

1 SPINNERS— Atlantic 

2 BREAD— Elektra 

3 STYLISTICS— Avco 

4 Gallery — Sussex 

5 Alice Cooper — W. B. 

6 Moody Blues — Threshold/ 
Deram 

7 Cornelius Bros. & Sister Rose 
— U. A. 

8 5th Dimension — Bell 

9 Temptations — Gordy 

10 4 Tops — Dunhill 

11 America — W B. 

12 War— U. A. 

13 3 Dog Night — Dunhill 

14 Jackson 5 — Motown 

15 Dawn — Bell 

16 Paul McCartney & Wings — 
Apple 

17 Hollies — Epic 

18 Dr. Hook & The Medicine 
Show — Columbia 

19 Main Ingredient — RCA 

20 Gladys Knight & Pips— Soul 

21 Chicago — Columbia 

22 Harold Melvin & Blue Notes — 
Phila. Int’l 

23 Rolling Stones — Rolling 
Stones/London 

24 Osmonds — MGM 

25 Bee Gees — Atco 

26 Partridge Family — Bell 

27 Staple Singers — Stax 

28 Jimmy Castor Bunch — RCA 

29 Who— MCA 

30 Detroit Emeralds — Westbound 

31 Grass Roots — Dunhill 

32 Isley Bros. — T-Neck 

33 Chi-Lites — Brunswick 

34 Derek & Dominos — Atco 

35 Procol Harum — A & M 

36 J. Geils Band — Atlantic 

37 New Seekers — MGM 

38 Grand Funk — Capitol 

39 Yes — Atlantic 

40 Emerson Lake & Palmer — 
Cotillion 

41 Love Unlimited — Uni 

42 New Birth— RCA 

43 Dells — Cadet 

44 Dennis Yost & Classic IV — 
MGM South 

45 Clean Living — Vanguard 

46 Raiders — Columbia 

47 Lighthouse — Evolution 

48 Creedence Clearwater 
Revival-Fantasy 

49 Supremes — Motown 

50 Climax — Carousel 

51 Smokey Robinson & Miracles 
— Tamla 

52 Commander Cody — 
Paramount 

NEW FEMALE VOCALISTS-SINGLES 

1 Tie (BETTE MIDLER— 

Atlantic) 

(VICKIE LAWRENCE— 
Bell) 

2 SYLVIA— Vibration 

3 CHI COLTRANE— Columbia 

4 Betty Wright — Alston 

5 Barbara Mason — Buddah 

6 Barbara Fairchild — Columbia 

7 Joey Heatherton — MGM 

8 Bettye Swan — Atlantic 

9 Beverly Bremers — Scepter 


NEW VOCAL GROUPS-SINGLES 

1 O’JAYS— Phila. Int’l 

2 RASPBERRIES— Capitol 

3 EAGLES— Asylum 

4 Steely Dan — Dunhill 

5 Edward Bear — -Capitol 

6 Doobie Bros. — W.B. 

7 Looking Glass — Epic 

8 Blue Ridge Rangers — 
Fantasy 

9 Edgar Winter Group — Epic 

10 The Sweet — Bell 

11 Seals & Crofts— W.B. 

12 Stealer’s Wheel — A&M 

13 Argent — Epic 

14 Skylark — Capitol 

15 Godspell — Bell 

16 First Choice — Philly Groove 

17 King Harvest — Perception 

18 Ohio Players — Westbound 

19 New York City — Chelsea 

20 Focus — Sire 

21 Brighter Side Of Darkness 
— 20th Century 

22 Sailcat — Elektra 

23 Blue Haze— A&M 

24 Tower Of Power— W.B. 

25 Jethro Tull — Chrysalis 

26 Independents — Wand 

27 Band — Capitol 

28 Delegates — Mainstream 

29 Stories — Kama Sutra 

30 Gunhill Road — Kama Sutra 

31 Flash — Capitol 

32 Uriah Heep- — Mercury 

33 Bloodstone — London 

34 Gladstone— ABC 

35 Cymande — Chess 

36 Humble Pie— A&M 

37 Mott The Hoople — Columbia 

38 Faces— W.B. 

39 El Chicano— Kapp 

FEMALE VOCALISTS-SINGLES 

1 Tie (CARLY SIMON— Elektra) 

(DONNA FARGO— Dot) 

2 HELEN REDDY— Capitol 

3 ROBERTA FLACK— Atlantic 

4 Anne Murray — Capitol 

5 Aretha Franklin — Atlantic 

6 Joni Mitchell — Asylum 

7 Carole King — Ode 

8 Melanie — Neighborhood 

9 Diana Ross — Motown 

10 Cher — Kapp 

11 Candi Staton — Fame 

12 Denise La Salle — Westbound 

13 Judy Collins — Elektra 

14 Millie Jackson — -Spring 

15 Barbra Streisand — Columbia 

INSTRUMENTALISTS— SINGLES 

1 Tie (DEODATO— CTI) 

(BILLY PRESTON— A&M) 

2 HOT BUTTER— Musicor 

3 ROYAL SCOTS DRAGOON 
GUARDS— RCA 

4 Isaac Hayes — Enterprise 

5 Crusaders — Blue Thumb 

6 James Brown Soul Train — 
Polydor 


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“ Knoch Three Times ”, Coca-Cola, 
New Yorfe City, ABC DunhilL Lulu , 


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“How Can I Be Sure?”, Wayne Newton , 
Doyle , Daite & Bernbach , RCA, 
“Somethin’s Wrong With Me”, Mobil 
Oil, David Cassidy, Bell Records , 
Richard Harris, Frito-Lay, “Groovin’ ”, 
Austin Roberts, McCann Erickson, 
Maxwell House, “Keep on Singing ”, 
Ogilvy & Mather , Chelsea Records, 
Foote, Cone & Belding, Wm. Esty Co., 
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Aipert, Herb & Tijuana 

‘This Guy’s In Love With You 

A&M 1968 

Brass 



America 

A Horse With Mo Name 

Warner Bros. 1972 

American Breed 

‘Bond Me, Shape Me 

Act 1968 

Arnes Brothers 

Sentimental Me (Frag Mop) 

Carol 1950 


You You You 

Victor 1953 

Anderson, Leroy 

Blue Tango 

Dacca 1951 

Anderson, Lynn 

‘ Ross Garden 

Columbia 1971 

Andrew's Sisters 

Rum And Coca-Cola 

Dscca 1944 


1 Can Dream, Can’t i 

Decca 1949 

Anka, Paul 

Diana 

ABC Par 1957 


Lonely Boy 

ABC Par 1960 

Archies 

‘Sugar, Sugar 

Calendar 1969 


‘Jingle Jangle 

Kirshner 1970 

Association 

‘Cherish 

Valiant 1966 


‘Never My Love 

Warner Bros. 1967 


‘Windy 

Warner Bros. 1967 

Austin, Gene 

Ramona 

Victor 1928 

Autry, Gene 

Silver Haired Daddy 

Columbia 1939 


Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer 

Columbia 1969 

Avalon, Frankie 

Venus 

Chancellor 1958 

Badfinger 

‘Day After Day 

Apple 1972 

Baez, Joan 

‘The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down 

Vanguard 1971 

Baker, LaVern 

1 Cried A Tear 

Atlantic 1959 

Barber, Chris 

Petite Fleur 

Laurie 1959 

Barron, Blue 

Cruising Down The River 

MGM 1949 

Barton, Eileen 

If 1 Knew You Were Cornin’ I’d Of 

National 1950 


Baked A Cake 


Baxter, Les 

Poor People Of Paris 

Capitol 1956 

Bear, Edward 

‘Last Song 

Capitol 1973 

Beatles 

‘No Where Man 

Capitol 1966 

*1 Want To Hold Your Hand Capitol 1964 ‘Paperback Writer 

Capitol 1966 

‘Can’t Buy Me Love 

Capitol 1964 ‘Yellow Submarine 

Capitol 1966 

She Loves You 

Swan 1964 ‘Penny Laine 

Capitol 1967 

*A Hard Day’s Night 

Capitol 1964 ‘All You Need is Love 

Capitol 1967 

*1 Feel Fine 

Capitol 1964 ‘Hello Goodbye 

Capitol 1968 

‘Help! 

Capitol 1965 ‘Lady Madonna 

Capitol 1968 

‘Eight Days A Week 

Capitol 1965 ‘Hey Jude 

Apple 1968 

‘Yesterday 

Capitol 1965 ‘Something 

Apple 1969 

*We Can Work It Out 

Capitol 1966 ‘Let It Be 

Apple 1970 

Beatles With Billy 

‘Get Back 

Apple 1969 

Preston 



Bee Gees 

‘Lonely Days 

Atco 1971 


•How Can You Mend A Broken Heart 

Atco 1971 

Bell, Archie & Drells 

‘Tighten Up 

Atlantic 1968 

Bells 

‘Stay Awhile 

Polydor 1971 

Bennett, Tony 

Because Of You 

Columbia 1952 


Cold Cold Heart 

Columbia 1952 


Rags To Riches 

Columbia 1953 


Stranger In Paradise 

Columbia 1954 

Benton, Brook 

It’s Just A Matter Of Time 

Mercury 1959 


‘Rainy Night In Georgia 

Cotillion 1970 

Bilk, Mr. Acker 

Stranger On The Shore 

Atco 1962 

Black’s Combo, Bill 

Smokie 

Hi 1959 


White Silver Sands 

Hi 1960 


Josephine 

Hi 1960 

Black, Jeanne 

He’ll Have To Stay 

Capitol 1960 

Blood, Sweat, & Tears 

‘You Made Me So Very Happy 

Columbia 1969 


‘Spinning Wheel 

Columbia 1969 


‘And When 1 Die 

Columbia 1970 

Blues image 

‘Ride Captain Ride 

Atco 1970 

Bonds, Gary U.S. 

Quarter To Three 

Legrand 1962 

Booker T & MG’s 

Green Onions 

Stax 1962 

Boone, Pat 

Ain’t That A Shame 

Dot 1955 


I’ll Be Home 

Dot 1955 


Friendly Persuasion 

Dot 1955 


Remember You’re Mine 

Dot 1956 


1 Almost Lost My Mind 

Dot 1956 


Love Letters In The Sand 

Dot 1957 


Don’t Forbid Me 

Dot 1957 


Why, Baby, Why 

Dot 1957 


April Love 

Dot 1958 

Box Tops 

‘The Letter 

Mala 1967 


‘Cry Like A Baby 

Mala 1968 

Boyd, Jimmy 

1 Saw Mamma Kissing Santa Claus 

Columbia 1952 

Bread 

‘Make It With You 

Elektra 1970 


‘Baby !’m A Want You 

Elektra 1972 

Brewer, Teresa 

Till 1 Waltz Again With You 

Coral 1952 


Ricochet 

Coral 1953 

Brighter Side of 

‘Love Jones 

20th Century 

Darkness 




Britt, Elton There’s A Star-Spangled Banner Victor 1942 

Waving Somewhere 


Brooklyn Bridge 

‘The Worst That Can Happen 

Buddah 1969 

Brown, Arthur 

‘Fire 

Atlantic 1969 

Brown, Les 

Sentimental Journey 

Columbia 1945 

Browns 

Three Bells 

Victor 1959 

Buchanan & Goodman 

Flying Saucer 

Universe 1956 

Burdon, Eric & War 

‘Spill The Wine 

MGM 1970 

Butler, Jerry 

‘Only The Strong Survive 

Mercury 1969 

Butler, Jerry & 
Brenda Lee Eager 

‘Ain’t Understanding Mellow 

Mercury 1972 

Byrnes, Edd & 
Connie Stevens 

Kookie Lend Me Your Comb 

Warner Bros. 1959 

Calloway, Cab 

Jumpin’ Jive 

Columbia 1939 

Campbell, Glen 

‘Wichita Lineman 

Capitol 1969 


‘Galveston 

Capitol 1969 

Carpenters 

‘(They Long To Be) Close To You 

A&M 1970 


‘We’ve Only Just Begun 

A&M 1970 


‘For All We Know 

A&M 1971 


•Rainy Days & Mondays 

A&M 1971 


‘Superstar 

A&M 1971 


‘Hurting Each Other 

A&M 1972 

Carter, Clarence 

‘Slip Away 

Atlantic 1968 


‘Too Weak To Fight 

Atlantic 1969 


‘Patches 

Atlantic 1970 

Channel, Bruce 

Hey Baby 

Smash 1962 

Cannon, Freddie 

Way Down Yonder In New Orleans 

Swan 1959 

Cash, Johnny 

*A Boy Named Sue 

Columbia 1969 

Cavallaro, Carmen 

Polonaise (By Chopin) 

Decca 1945 

Chakachas 

‘Jungle Fever 

Polydor 1972 

Champs 

Tequila 

Challenge 1958 

Chandler, Gene 

‘Groovy Situation 

Mercury 1970 

Charles, Ray 

‘1 Can’t Stop Loving You 

ABC Par 1962 

Chairmen Of The Board 

‘Give Me Just A Little More Time 

Invictus 1970 

Checker, Chubby 

The Twist 

Parkway 1960 


Let’s Twist Again 

Parkway 1961 


Limbo Rock/Popeye 

Parkway 1962 

Chordettes 

Mr. Sandman 

Cadence 1954 

Christie, Lou 

‘Lightnin’ Strikes 

MGM 1966 

Clark, Petula 

‘Downtown 

Warner Bros. 1965 

Classics IV 

‘Stormy 

Imperial 1969 

Climax 

‘Precious & Few 

Carousel 1972 

Clooney, Rosemary 

Come On-A My House 

Columbia 1951 


Hey There 

Columbia 1954 

Coasters 

Searchin’ 

Atco 1957 


Yakety Yak 

Atco 1958 


Charlie Brown 

Atco 1959 


Poison Ivy 

Atco 1959 

Cole, Cozy 

Topsy (Part II) 

Love 1958 

Cole, Nat “King” 

Nature Boy 

Capitol 1948 


Mona Lisa 

Capitol 1949 


Too Young 

Capitol 1951 


Ramblin’ Rose 

Capitol 1962 

Como, Perry 

Temptation 

Victor 1945 


Hubba Hubba 

Victor 1945 


Till The End Of Time 

Victor 1945 


Prisoner Of Love 

Victor 1946 


When You Were Sweet Sixteen 

Victor 1947 


Because 

Victor 1948 


Don’t Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes 

Victor 1952 


Wanted 

Victor 1954 


Hot Diggity 

Victor 1956 


Papa Loves Mambo 

Victor 1956 


Round And Round 

Victor 1957 


Catch A Falling Star 

Victor 1958 

Contours 

Do You Love Me 

Gordy 1962 

Cooke, Sam 

You Send Me 

Keen 1958 

Cornelius Brothers & 

‘Treat Her Like A Lady 

Un. Artists 1971 

Sister Rose 

‘Too Late To Turn Back Now 

Un. Artists 1972 

Covington, Warren 

Tea For Two Cha Cha 

Decca 1958 

Cowsills 

‘The Rain, The Park & Other Things 

MGM 1968 


‘Hair 

MGM 1969 

Cramer, Floyd 

Late Date 

RCA 1961 

Cream 

‘Sunshine Of Your Love 

Atco 1968 

Creedence Clearwater 

‘Down On The Corner 

Fantasy 1970 

Revival 

’•T ravelin’ Band 

Fantasy 1970 


‘Bad Moon Rising 

Fantasy 1970 


‘Up Around The Bend 

Fantasy 1970 


‘Lookin’ Out My Back Door 

Fantasy 1970 


‘Have You Ever Seen The Rain 

Fantasy 1971 

Crew Cuts 

Sh-Boom 

Mercury 1954 

Crickets 

That’ll Be The Day 

Brunswick 1957 

Crosby, Bing 

Silent Night 

Decca 1942 


Sunday, Monday, Or Always 

Decca 1943 


I’ll Be Home For Christmas 

Dscca 1943 


Swinging On A Star 

Decca 1944 


Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ra! 

Decca 1944 


1 Can’t Begin To Tell You 

Decca 1945 


Dear Hearts And Gentle People 

Decca 1946 



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New San Antonio Rose 

Decca 1946 


MacNamara’s Band 

Decca 1946 


Sweet Leilani 

Decca 1946 


‘White Christmas 

Decca 1946 


Now is The Hour 

Decca 1948 


Galway Bay 

Decca 1948 

Bing Crosby 

Pistoi Packin' Mama 

Decca 1943 

with Andrews Sisters 

Jingle Bells 

Decca 1943 


Don’t Fence Me in 

Decca 1944 


South America, Take It Away 

Decca 1946 

with Gary Crosby 

Play A Simple Melody 

Dacca 1950 

with Grace Kelly 

True Love 

Dacca 1950 

with Fred Waring 

Whiffenpoof Song 

Capitol 1957 

Dslhasrt, Vernon 

Prisoner’s Song 

Victor 1924 

Damone, Vic 

You're Breaking My Heart 

Mercury 1949 

Danny & Juniors 

At The Hop 

ABC-Par 1958 

Darin, Bobby 

Splish Splash 

Atco 1958 

Dream Lover 

At co 1959 


Queen Of The Hop 

Atco 1959 


Mack The Knife 

Atco 1959 

Davis, Sammy 

"Candy Man 

MGM 1972 

Davis, Tyrone 

"Can’t 1 Change My Mind 

Dakar 1969 

"Turn Back The Hands Of Time 

Dakar 1970 

Dawn 

"Candida 

Bell 1970 


"Knock Three Times 

Bell 1970 


"Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree 

Ball 1973 

Day, Bobby 

Rockin' Robin 

Class 1958 

Day, Doris 

Secret Love 

Columbia 1954 

Whatever Will Be, Will Be 

Columbia 1956 

Dean, Jimmy 

"Big Bad John 

Columbia 1961 

Dee, Joey & Starl iters 

The Peppermint Twist 

Roulette 1961 

Delfonics 

"Didn't 1 (Blow Your Mind This Time) 

Philly Groove 1970 

Del-Vikings 

Come Go With Me 

Dot 1957 

Denny, Martin 

Quiet Village 

Liberty 1959 

Denver, John 

"Take Me Home, Country Roads 

RCA 1971 

Diamond, Neil 

"Sweet Caroline 

Uni 1969 


"Cracklin’ Rosie 

Uni 1970 


"Song Sung Blue 

Uni 1972 

Diamonds 

Little Darlin’ 

Mercury 1957 


The Stroll 

Mercury 1958 

Dinning, Mark 

Teen Angel 

MGM 1960 

Dion 

Runaround Sue 

Laurie 1961 


"Abraham, Martin & John 

Laurie 1969 

Dr. Hook & The 

"Sylvia’s Mother 

Columbia 1972 

Medicine Show 

"The Cover Of Rolling Stone 

Columbia 1973 

Doggett, Bill 

Honkey Tonk 

King 1956 

Domino, Fats 

The Fat Man 

Imperial 1948 

Goin’ Home 

Imperial 1952 I'm In Love Again 

Imperial 1956 

You Said You Loved Me Imperial 1953 Bo Weevil 

Imperial 1956 

Please Don’t Leave Me Imperial 1953 Blue Monday 

Imperial 1956 

Going To The River Imperial 1953 Blueberry Hill 

Imperial 1956 

Love Me 

Imperial 1954 It’s You 1 Love 

Imperial 1957 

All By Myself Imperial 1955 I’m Walkin’ 

Imperial 1957 

1 Can’t Go 

On Imperial 1955 1 Still Love You 

Imperial 1957 

Ain’t That A Shame Imperial 1955 Whole Lotta Lovin’ 

Imperial 1960 

Doors 

"Light My Fire 

Elektra 1967 


"Hello 1 Love You 

Elektra 1968 


"Touch Me 

Elektra 1969 

Dorsey, Jimmy 

Maria Elena 

Decca 1946 


Green Eyes 

Decca 1946 


So Rare 

Fraternity 1957 

Dorsey, Tommy 

Marie 

Victor 1937 


Boogie Woogie 

Victor 1938 


There Are Such Things 

Victor 1942 

Draper, Rusty 

Gambler’s Guitar 

Mercury 1953 

Drifters 

There Goes My Baby 

Atlantic 1959 


True Love, True Love/Dance With Me 

Atlantic 1959 


Save The Last Dance For Me 

Atlantic 1960 

Duke Of Earl 
(Gene Chandler) 

Duke Of Earl 

Vee Jay 1962 

Eckstine, Billy 

1 Apologize 

MGM 1951 

Edison Lighthouse 

"Love Grows 

Bell 1970 

Edwards, Jonathan 

"Sunshine 

Capricorn 1972 

Edwards, Tommy 

It’s All In The Game 

MGM 1958 

8th Day 

"She’s Not Just Another Woman 

Invictus 1971 

Elegants 

Little Star 

APT 1958 

Eva, Little 

The Loco-Motion 

Dimension 1962 

Everly Bros. 

Bye Bye Love 

Cadence 1957 


Wake Up Little Susie 

Cadence 1957 


All I Have To Do !s Dream 

Cadence 1958 


Bird Dog/Devoted To You 

Cadence 1958 


Cathy’s Clown 

Warner Bros. 1960 

Fabric, Bent 

Alley Cat 

Atco 1962 


Faith, Percy 

The Song From Moulin Rouge 

Columbia 1953 


"Theme From A Summer Place 

Columbia 1960 

Fargo, Donna 

"The Happiest Girl In The Whole U.S.A. 

Dot 1972 


"Funny Face 

Dot 1973 

Ferrante & Teicher 

Exodus 

Un. Artists 1961 

Fiedler, Arthur 

Jalousie 

Victor 1938 

Fifth Dimension 

"Stone Soul Picnic 

Soul City 1968 


"Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In Medley 

Soul City 1969 


"One Less Bell To Answer 

Bell 1970 


"Last Night 1 Didn't Get To Sleep At All 

Bell 1972 

Fisher, Eddie 

Anytime 

Victor 195) 


I’m Walking Behind You 

Victor 1953 


Oh My Papa 

Victor 1953 


1 Need You Now 

Victor 1954 

Fitzgerald, Ella 
& Ink Spots 

Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall 

Decca 1944 

Five Man Electrical 
Band 

"Signs 

Lionel 1971 

Five Stair Steps 

"O-H-H Child 

Buddah 1970 

Flack, Roberta 

"First Time Ever 1 Saw Your Face 

Atlantic 1972 


"Killing Me Softly With His Songs 

Atlantic 1973 

Fleetwoods 

Come Softly To Me 

Dolton 1959 


Mr. Blue 

Dolton 1959 

Floyd, King 

"Groove Me 

Chimneyville 1971 

Fontaine Sisters 

Hearts Of Stone 

Dot 1955 

Ford, Tennessee Ernie 

Sixteen Tons 

Capitol 1955 

Foundations 

"Build Me Up Buttercup 

Uni 1969 

Four Aces 

Tell Me Why 

Decca 1951 


Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing 

Decca 1955 

Four Lads 

Moments To Remember 

Columbia 1955 


No Not Much 

Columbia 1956 

Four Seasons 

Sherry 

VeeJay 1962 


Big Girls Don’t Cry 

VeeJay 1962 


"Rag Doll 

Philips 1964 

Four Tops 

"Ain’t No Woman 

ABC/Dunhill 1973 

Francis, Connie 

Who's Sorry Now 

MGM 1958 


My Happiness 

MGM 1959 


Among My Souvenirs 

MGM 1959 


Mama/Teddy 

MGM 1960 


Everybody's Somebody’s Fool/Jealous Of You 

MGM 1960 


Together 

MGM 1961 


Many Years Ago 

MGM 1961 


Where The Boys Are 

MGM 1961 

Franklin, Aretha 

"Respect 

Atlantic 1967 


*1 Never Loved A Man 

Atlantic 1967 


"Baby 1 Love You 

Atlantic 1967 


"Chain Of Fools 

Atlantic 1968 


"Since You’ve Been Gone 

Atlantic 1968 


"Think 

Atlantic 1968 


"1 Say A Little Prayer 

Atlantic 1968 


"See Saw 

Atlantic 1969 


"Don't Play That Song 

Atlantic 1970 


"Bridge Over Troubled Water 

Atlantic 1971 


"Spanish Harlem 

Atlantic 1971 


"Day Dreaming 

Atlantic 1972 

Freberg, Stan 

St. George And The Dragonet 

Capitol 1958 

Fred, John & Playboys 

"Judy In Disguise 

Paula 1968 

Friends of Distinction 

"Grazin' In Grass 

RCA 1969 

Frijid Pink 

House Of The Rising Sun 

Parrot 1970 

Gallery 

"Nice To Be With You 

Sussex 1972 

Gentry, Bobbi 

"Ode To Billie Joe 

Capitol 1967 

Gibbs, Georgia 

Kiss Of Fire 

Mercury 1952 


Tweedle Dee 

Mercury 1955 


Dance With Me Henry 

Mercury 1955 

Gilmer, Jimmy & 
Fireballs 

"Sugar Shack 

Dot 1963 

Glahe, Will 

Beer Barrel Polka 

Victor 1938 

Gleason, Jackie 

Melancholy Serenade 

Capitol 1953 

Godfrey, Arthur 

Too Fat Polka 

Columbia 1947 

Goldsboro, Bobby 

"Honey 

United Artists 1968 

Grant, Gogi 

Suddenly There's A Valley 

Era 1955 


Wayward Wind 

Era 1956 

Grass Roots 

"Midnight Confessions 

Dunhill 1969 

Greenbaum, Norman 

"Spirit In The Sky 

Reprise 1970 

Greene, Al 

"Tired Of Being Alone 

Hi 1971 


Let's Stay Together 

Hi 1972 


"I’m Still In Love With You 

Hi 1972 


"Call Me (Come Back Home) 

Hi 1973 

Guess Who 

"These Eyes 

RCA 1969 


"Laughlin’ 

RCA 1969 

Haley, Bill 

Shake, Rattle And Roll 

Decca 1955 


Rock Around The Clock 

Decca 1955 

Hamilton IV, George 

A Rose And A Baby Ruth 

ABC-Par 1958 

Hamilton, Joe 
Frank & Reynolds 

"Don’t Pull Your Love 

ABC/Dun. 1971 

Hammond, Albert 

"It Never Rains In Southern California 

Mums 1973 

Harris, Phil 

The Thing 

Victor 1950 

Harrison, George 

"My Sweet Lord 

Apple 1970 

Harrison, Wilbert 

Kansas City 

Fury 1959 


Hawkins, Edwin Singers "Oh Happy Day Pavillion 1969 

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THE HISTORY OF R0C1 




OK CLASS, FOLD TOUR HANDS! NO TAL 
THE LESSON IS ABOUT TO BEGIN! 












Robert Klein 

The memories of the 5 0's by 
a super story-teller. Do you 
remember civil defense drills, 
buying your first prophylactics, 
no talking, and button 
your lips? Robert 
Klein tells it all 
on one of the 
funniest com- 
edy albums in 
years . . . 


Sha No Na 

The world's great 
est live act has 
put it on an 
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Dick Clark 

Dick celebrates 20 years of rock n' roll with 
an incredible package — a two-record set of 30 of 
the top hits of the past 20 years. Plus a souvenir 24-page 
yearbook, plus a bonus record where Dick talks about 
"inside stories" of his early days with Bandstand. 


THE HISTORY OF ROCK ’n’ ROLL FROM THE BUDDAH GROU 

TO BE CONTINUED... 


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Be My Love 

Victor 1950 

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Loveliest Night Of The Year 

Victor 1951 



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Go Away Little Girl 

Columbia 1963 

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Law/ense, Vicki 

"The Night The Lights Went On In Georgia 

Bell 1973 

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Lee, Brenda 

I’m Sorry /That’s All You Gotta Do 

Decca 1960 

Hayes, Bill 

Daw Crockett 

Cadence 1955 

Lee, Peggy 

Manana 

Capitol 1948 

Haymes, Dick 

You’ll Never Know 

Decca 1943 

Lemon Pipers 

*Green Tambourine 

Buddah 1968 

Little Whits Lies 

Decca 1948 

Lewis, Gary & 

This Diamond Ring 

Liberty 1965 

Hebb, Bobby 

"'Sunny 

Philips 1966 

Playboys 



Heidt, Horace 

Deep In The Heart Of Texas 

Columbia 1941 

Lennon, John 
Lewis, Jerry 

*lnstant Karma 

Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody 

Apple 1970 
Decca 1956 


My Specie! Angel 

Decca 1957 

Herman, Woody 

Laura 

Columbia 1945 

Lewis, Jerry Lee 

Great Balls Of Fire 

Sun 1957 

Woodchopoer’s Ball 

Decca 1947 


Whole Lot Of Shakin’ Going On 

Sun 1958 

Herman’s Hermits 

Mrs Brown You’ve Got A Loyely Daughter 

MGM 1965 

Lindsay, Mark 

"Arizona 

Columbia 1970 

*!’m Henry Vi 1 i Am 

MGM 1965 

Logg ns & Messina 

s 'Your Mama Don’t Dance 

Columbia 1973 


Share’s A Kind Of A Hush 

MGM 1967 

Lombardo, Guy 

Third Man Theme 

Decca 1944 

Highwaymen 

Michael 

United Artists 1961 


Humoresque 

Decca 1946 

Holman, Eddie 

"Hey There Lonely Giri 

ABC 1970 


Easter Parade 

Decca 1947 

Hilltoppers 

P.S. ! Love You 

Dot 

with Andrews Sisters Christmas Island 

Decca 1946 

Holly, Buddy 

Peggy Sue 

Coral 1958 

London. Julie 

Cry Me A River 

Liberty 1955 

Hollywood Argyies 

Alley-Oop 

Lute 1960 

London, Laurie 

"He’s Got The Whole World 

Capitol 1958 

Honey Cone 

"Want Ads 

Hot Wax 1971 

Long, Johnny 

Shanty Town 

Decca 1940 

"Stick Up 

Hot Wax 1971 

Looking Glass 

"Brandy 

Epic 1972 

Hopkin, Mary 

Those Were The Days 

Apple 1968 

Love Unlimited 

’’Walkin’ In The Rain 

Uni 1972 

Horton, Johnny 

Battle Of New Orleans 

Columbia 1959 

Lovin Spoonful 

’’Summer In The City 

Kama Sutra 1966 

Howard, Eddy 

To Each His Own 

Mercury 1946 

Lowe, Jim 

Green Door 

Dot 1957 

Hunt, Pee Wee 

12th Street Rag 

Capitol 1951 

Luke, Robin 

Susie Darlin’ 

Dot 1958 

Oh 

Capitol 1953 

Lund, Art 

Mam’selie 

MGM 1947 

Hunter. Tab 

Young Love 

Dot 1957 

Lynn, Vera 

Auf Weidersehn 

London 1955 

Hyland, Brian 

Itsy Bitsy Teenie Bikini 

Kapp 1960 

Lulu 

"To Sir With Love 

Epic 1967 


"Gypsy Woman 

Uni 1971 

Maddox, Johnny 

Crazy Otto 

Dot 1955 

Impaias 

Sorry (1 Ran All The Way Home) 

Cub 1959 

Mamas & Papas 

‘California Dreaming 

Dunhill 1966 

Ink Spots 

To Each His Own 

Decca 1946 


"Monday, Monday 

Dunhill 1966 

The Gypsy 

Decca 1946 

Mancini, Henry 

"Love Theme From Romeo & Juliet 

RCA 1969 

Intruders 

"Cowboys To Girls 

Gamble 1968 

Mangano, Sylvana 

Anna 

MGM 1953 

Isley Bros. 

*it’s Your Thing 

T. Neck 1969 

Materie, Ralph 

Caravan 

Mercury 1952 

Jaggerz 

"The Rapper 

Kama Sutra 1970 


Pretend 

Mercury 1953 

James, Harry 

Chiribiribin 

Columbia 1939 

Martin, Dean 

That’s Amore 

Capitol 1953 

One O’Clock Jump 

Columbia 1941 


Memories Are Made Of This 

Capitol 1955 


You Made Me Love You 

Columbia 1946 


"Everybody Loves Somebody 

Capitol 1964 

James, Joni 

Why Don’t You Believe Me 

MGM 1953 

Martin, Freddy 

Piano Concerto In B Flat 

Victor 1941 

Your Cheating Heart 

MGM 1953 


White Christmas 

Victor 1942 


Have You Heard 

MGM 1954 

Martindale, Wink 

Deck Of Cards 

Dot 1960 

James, Sonny 

Young Love 

Capitol 1957 

Marvelettes 

Please Mr. Postman 

Tamla 1960 

James, Tommy & 
the Shondells 

’"■Hanky Panky 

Roulette 1966 

Masekela, Hugh 

"Grazing In The Grass 

UNI 1968 

Mauriat, Paul 

"Love Is Blue 

Philips 1968 

Jay & Americans 

"This Magic Moment 

UA 1969 

Mathis, Johnny 

Chances Are 

Columbia 1957 

Jenkins, Gordon 

Maybe You’ll Be There 

Decca 1947 


It’s Not For Me To Say 

Columbia 1957 

with The Weavers 

Goodnight Irene 

Decca 1950 

McCartney, Paul & 

"Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey 

Apple 1971 

Jimmy Castor Bunch 

’’Troglodyte 

RCA 1972 

Linda 



John, Elton 

^Crocodile Rock 

MCA 1973 

Mayfield, Curtis 

"Superfly 

Curtom 1973 

John. Robert 

"The Lion Sleeps Tonight 

Atlantic 1972 

McGuire Sisters 

Sincerely 

Coral 1955 

Jolson, Al 

April Showers b/w Swanee 

Decca 1945 


Sugartime 

Coral 1958 


California Here 1 Come b/w Rockabye Your Baby Decca 1946 

McPhatter, Clyde 

A Lover’s Question 

Atlantic 1958 


You Made Me Love You b/w Ma Blushin’ Rose 

Decca 1946 

Mercy 

"Love Can Make You Happy 

Sundi 1969 


Sonny Boy b/w My Mammy 

Decca 1946 

Miller, Glenn 

American Patrol Victor 1939 Pennsylvania 6-5000 Victor 1940 


Anniversary Song 

Decca 1946 


In The Mood Victor 1939 Tuxedo Junction Victor 1940 

Jones, Jimmy 

Handy Man 

Cub 1960 


Little Brown Jug Victor 1939 Chattanooga Choo Choo Victor 1941 

Good Timin’ 

Cub 1960 


Sunrise Serenade Victor 1939 Kalamazoo 

Victor 1942 

Jones, Spike 

Cocktails For Two 

Victor 1944 

Miller, Mitch 

Yellow Rose Of Texas 

Columbia 1955 

All 1 Want For Christmas 

Victor 1948 

Miller, Roger 

"King Of The Road 

Smash 1965 

Jones, Tom 

"I’ll Never Fall In Love Again 

Parrot 1969 

Mills Brothers 

You Always Hurt The One You Love 

Decca 1944 


^Without Love 

Parrot 1970 


Paper Doll 

Decca 1948 


"She’s A Lady 

Parrot 1971 


The Glow-Worm 

Decca 1952 

Jordan, Louis 

Choo Cho Ch’Boogie 

Decca 1946 

Mitchell, Guy 

My Heart Cries For You 

Columbia 1950 

Justis, Bill 

Raunchy 

Philips Int 1958 


Singing The Blues 

Columbia 1957 

Modugno, Domenico 

Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Volare) 

Decca 1958 

Kaempfert, Bert 

Wonderland By Night 

Decca 1961 

Moments 

"Love On A Two Way Street 

Stang 1970 

Kalin, Twins 

When 

Decca 1958 

Monkees 

"Last Train To Clarksville 

Colgems 1966 

Kallen, Kitty 

Little Things Mean A Lot 

Decca 1954 


"I’m A Believer 

Colgems 1966 

Kim, Andy 

"Baby 1 Love You 

Steed 1969 


"A Little Bit Of Me, A Little Bit Of You 

Colgems 1967 

King, Carole 

"It's Too Late 

Ode 1971 


"Pleasant Valley Sunday 

Colgems 1967 



r.nlgpms 1967 

King, Claude 

Wolverton Mountain 

Columbia 1962 


"Valleri 

Colgems 1968 

King, Pee Wee 

Slow Poke 

Victor 1951 


Monroe, Vaughn 

Racing With The Moon 

Victor 1941 

Kingston Trio 

"Tom Dooley 

Capitol 1958 

There I’ve Said It Again 

Victor 1945 

Knight, Evelyn 

A Little Bird Told Me 

Decca 1948 


Ballerina 

Victor 1947 

Kyser, Kay 

Three Little Fishes 

Columbia 1941 


Riders In The Sky 

Victor 1949 


Jingle Jangle Jingle 

Columbia 1942 

Monte, Lou 

Pepino 

Reprise 1963 


Praise The Lord 

Columbia 1942 

Mooney, Art 

Four Leaf Clover 

MGM 1948 


Strip Polka 

Columbia 1942 


Moore, Jackie 

"Precious, Precious 

Atlantic 1971 


Who Wouldn’t Love You 

Columbia 1942 


Woody Woodpecker 

Columbia 1948 

Morgan, Russ 

Cruising Down The River 

Decca 1949 

Laine, Frankie 

That’s My Desire 

Mercury 1947 

Morse, Ella Mae 

Blacksmith Blues 

Capitol 1952 


Shine 

Mercury 1948 

Mouth & MacNeal 

"How Do You Do 

Philips 1972 


Mule Train 

Mercury 1949 

McCoy, Clyde 

Sugar Blues 

Decca 1946 


Lucky 01’ Sun 

Mercury 1949 


McLean, Don 

"American Pie 

U.A. 1972 


Jezebel 

Columbia 1951 


Mungo Jerry 

"In The Summertime 

Janus 1970 


1 Believe 

Columbia 1953 


Moonlight Gambler 

Columbia 1957 

Murray, Anne 

"Snowbird 

Capitol 1970 

LaRosa, Julius 

Eh Cum pari 

Cadence 1953 

(Cont’d on next page) 


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•Little Bit Of Soul 

Laurie 1967 

Nelson, Ricky 

Teenager’s Romance 

Verve 1957 


Stood Ob 

Imperial 1957 


Be Boo Baby 

Imperial 1958 


Poor Littie Foot /Lonesome Town 

Imperial 1958 


Believe What 1 Say 

Imperial 1958 


It’s Late/Never Be Anyone Else But You 

Imperial 1959 


Traveiin’ Man/Hello Mary Lou 

Imperial 1961 

Nelson, Terry 

•The Battle Hymn Of Lt Galley 

Plantation 1971 

New Seekers, 

*Fd Like To Teach The World To Sing 

Elektra 1972 

Newton, Wayne 

•Daddy Don’t You Walk So Fast 

Chelsea 1972 

New Vaudeville Sand 

•Winchester Cathedral 

Fontana 1966 

Nilsson, 

•Without You 

RCA 1972 

1910 Frustgum Co, 

•Simon Says 

Buddah 1968 


•Indian Giver 

Buddah 1969 

Nobels, Cliff & Co. 

•Horse 

Phil. LA Of 
Soul 1968 

Ocean 

•Put Your Hand in The Hand 

Kama Sutra 1971 

Ohio Express 

•Yummy Yummy Yummy 

Buddah 1968 


*1, 2, 3, Red Light 

Buddah 1968 


•Chewy Chewy 

Buddah 1969 

O’ Jays 

•Back Slabbers 

Phila. Int’l 1972 


•Love Train 

Phila. Int’l 1973 

O'Kaysions 

•Girl Watcher 

ABC 1969 

O’Sullivan, Gilbert 

•Alone Again (Naturally) 

MAM 1972 


•Clair 

MAM 1973 

Oliver 

•Jean 

Crewe 1969 

100 Proof 

•Somebody’s Been Sleeping 

Hot Wax 1970 

Orbison, Roy 

Only The Lonely 

Monument 1960 


•Oh, Pretty Woman 

Monument 1964 

Osmond, Donny 

•Sweet And Innocent 

MGM 1971 


•Go Away Little Girl 

MGM 1971 


•Puppy Love 

MGM 1972 

Osmonds 

•One Bad Apple 

MGM 1971 


•Yo Yo 

MGM 1971 


•Down By The Lazy River 

MGM 1972 


•Hey Girl 

MGM 1972 

Page, Patti 

Tennessee Waltz 

Mercury 1950 


Mockingbird Hill 

Mercury 1950 


1 Went To Your Wedding 

Mercury 1952 


Doggie In The Window 

Mercury 1952 


Changing Partners 

Mercury 1953 


Cross Over The Bridge 

Mercury 1954 


Allegheny Moon 

Mercury 1956 

Partridge Family 

•Doesn’t Somebody Want To Be Wanted 

Bell 1971 

Patience & Prudence 

Tonight You Belong To Me 

Liberty 1956 

Paul & Paula 

•Hey Paula 

Philips 1960 

Paul, Les & 

How High The Moon 

Capitol 1947 

Mary Ford 

Mockin’ Bird Hill 

Capitol 1949 


The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise 

Capitol 1949 


Vaya Con Dios 

Capitol 1953 

Payne, Freda 

•Band Of Gold 

Invictus 1970 


•Bring The Boys Home 

Invictus 1971 

Penguins 

Earth Angel 

Dooto 1957 

Persuaders 

•Thin Line Between Love & Hate 

Atco 1971 

Phillips, Phil 

Sea 0 Love 

Mercury 1959 

Pickett, Bobby 

Monster Mash 

Garpax 1962 

Pickett, Wilson 

•Don’t Let The Green Grass Fool You 

Atlantic 1971 

Platters 

Only You 

Mercury 1955 


The Great Pretender 

Mercury 1955 


My Prayer 

Mercury 1956 


Twilight Time 

Mercury 1958 


Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 

Mercury 1959 

Playmates 

Beep Beep 

Roulette 1958 

Poppy Family 

•Which Way You Goin’ Billy 

London 1970 

Prado, Perez 

Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White 

Victor 1955 


•Patricia 

Victor 1958 

Presley, Heartbreak Hotel 

Victor 1956 A Big Hunk Of Love 

Victor 1959 

Elvis 1 Want You 

Victor 1956 Stuck On You 

Victor 1959 

Love Me Tender 

Victor 1956 It’s Now Or Never 

Victor 1960 

All Shook Up 

Victor 1957 Are You Lonesome Tonight Victor 1960 

Don’t Be Cruei/Hcund Dog Victor 1957 Surrender 

Victor 1961 

Too Much 

Victor 1967 Littie Sister/His Latest 

Flame Victor 1961 

Teddy Bear/Loving You Victor 1957 ®Can’t Help Falling In Love Victor 1961 

Jailhouse Rock 

Victor 1957 Good Luck Charm 

Victor 1962 

Wear My Ring 

Victor 1958 Return To Sender 

Victor 1962 

Don’t 

Victor 1958 •In The Ghetto 

RCA 1969 

1 Got Stung 

Victor 1958 ®Suspicious Minds 

RCA 1969 

•Hard Headed Woman Victor 1958 *Don't Cry Daddy 

RCA 1970 

A Fool Such As 1 Victor 1959 ®The Wonder Of You 

RCA 1970 

Preston, Billy 

•Outa Space 

A&M 1972 

Preston, Johnny 

Running Bear 

Mercury 1960 

Price, Lloyd 

Stagger Lee 

ABC Par 1959 


Personality 

ABC Par 1959 


Pride, Charley 

•Kiss An Angel Good Momin’ 

RCA 1972 

? Question Mark & 



the Mysterians 

96 Tears 

Cameo 1966 

Rascals 

•Groovin 

Atlantic 1967 


•Beautiful Moming 

Atlantic 1968 


•People Got To Be Free 

Atlantic 1968 

Ray, Johnnie 

Ciy 

Columbia 1951 

Rays 

Silhouettes 

Cameo 1958 

Redding. Otis 

•(Sitting On The) Dock Of The Bay 

Volt 1968 

Reed, Jerry 

•Amos Moses 

RCA 1971 

Reeves, Jim 

He’ll Have To Go 

Victor 1960 

Reynolds, Debbie 

Tammy 

Coral 1957 

Riddle, Nelson 

Lisbon Antigua 

Capitol 1955 

Righteous Bros. 

•Soul & Inspiration 

Verve 1966 

Riley, Jeannie C. 

•Harper Valley PTA 

Plantation 1968 

Rivers, Johnny 

•Rockin Pneumonia & The Boogie Woogie Flu 

United Artists 1973 

Rodgers, Jimmie 

Honeycomb 

Roulette 1957 


Kisses Sweeter Than Wine 

Roulette 1958 


Secretly 

Roulette 1958 


Oh-Oh I’m Falling In Love Again 

Roulette 1958 

Roe, Tommy 

•Sheila 

ABC 1962 


•Dizzy 

ABC 1969 


•Sweet Pea 

ABC 1966 


•Jam Up And Jelly Tight 

ABC 1970 

Rolling Stones 

•Satisfaction 

London 1965 


•Ruby Tuesday/Let’s Spend The Night Together 

London 1967 


•Honky Tonk Woman 

London 1969 

Rooftop Singers 

Walk Right In 

Vanguard 1963 

Rose, David 

The Stripper 

MGM 1962 

Royal Guardsmen 

Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron 

Laurie 1967 

Rydell, Bobby 

Wild One/Little Bitty Girl 

Cameo 1959 

S Sgt. Barry Sadler 

•Ballad Of The Green Berets 

RCA Victor 1966 

Sakomoto, Kyu 

Sukiyaki 

Capitol 1963 

Sam & Dave 

•Soul Man 

Stax 1967 

Sam The Sham & 



The Pharoahs 

•Wooly Bully 

MGM 1965 


*Lil’ Red Riding Hood 

MGM 1966 

Sands, Tommy 

Teen Age Crush 

Capitol 1957 

Santo & Johnny 

Sleepwalk 

Can-Am 1959 

Scott, Jack 

My True Love/Leroy 

Carlton 1958 


What In The World's Come Over You 

Top Rank 1960 

Seekers 

•Georgy Girl 

Seekers 1967 

Seville, David 

Witch Doctor 

Liberty 1958 


Chipmonk Song 

Liberty 1958 


Alvin’s Harmonica 

Liberty 1959 

Shannon, Del 

Runaway 

Bigtop 1961 

Sharp, Dee Dee 

Mashed Potato Time 

Cameo 1962 

Shaw, Artie 

Begin The Beguine 

Victor 1938 


Star Dust 

Victor 1940 


Summit Ridge Drive 

Victor 1940 

Sherman, Bobby 

•Little Woman 

Metromedia 1969 


•Easy Come, Easy Go 

Metromedia 1970 


•La La La (If 1 Had You) 

Metromedia 1970 


•Julie, Do You Love Me 

Metromedia 1970 

Shirelles 

Soldier Boy 

Scepter 1962 

Shocking Blue 

•Venus 

Colossus 1970 

Shore, Dinah 

Buttons and Bows 

Columbia 1948 

Silhouettes 

Get A Job 

Ember 1958 

Simon & Garfunkel 

•Sounds Of Silence 

Columbia 1966 


•Mrs. Robinson 

Columbia 1968 


•Bridge Over Troubled Water 

Columbia 1970 


•Cecilia 

Columbia 1970 

Simon, Carly 

•You’re So Vain 

Elektra 1973 

Simon, Joe 

•The Chokin’ Kind 

Soundstage 7 1969 


•Drowning In The Sea Of Love 

Spring 1972 


•Power Of Love 

Spring 1972 

Sinatra, Frank 

Young At Heart 

Capitol 1954 


Strangers In The Night 

Reprise 1966 

Sinatra, Nancy 

•These Boots Are Made For Walking 

Reprise 1966 


Sugar Town/Summer Wine 

Reprise 1966 

Sinatra, Nancy & Frank 

; *Something Stupid 

Reprise 1967 

Sledge, Percy 

•When A Man Loves A Woman 

Atlantic 1966 

Sly & The Family 

•Everyday People 

Epic 1969 

Stone 

•Thank You 

Epic 1970 

Sonny & Cher 

1' Got You Babe 

Atco 1965 

Smith, Kate 

Rose O'Day 

Columbia 1941 

Smith, 0. C. 

Little Green Apples 

Columbia 1968 

Spinners, The 

•Could It Be I’m Falling In Love 

Columbia 1973 

Stafford, Jo 

Temptation 

Capitol 1948 


Make Love To Me 

Columbia 1954 

Standley, Johnny 

It's In The Book 

Capitol 1952 

Starr, Kay 

Wheel Of Fortune 

Capitol 1952 

Starr, Ringo 

•It Don’t Come Easy 

Apple 1971 

Steppenwolf 

•Born To Be Wild 

Dunhill 1968 


•Magic Carpet Ride 

Dunhill 1969 

Stevens, Dodie 

Rock And Roll Waltz 

RCA Victor 1955 


(Cont’d on page 108) 


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MALE VOCALISTS 

FEMALE VOCALISTS 

1 ELTON JOHN— MCA 

2 NEIL DIAMOND— MCA 

3 AL GREEN— Hi 

1 TIE (CAROLE KING— Ode) 

(CARLY SIMON— Elektra) 

2 ARETHA FRANKLIN— Atlantic 

3 ROBERTA FLACK— Atlantic 

NEW MALE VOCALISTS 

NEW FEMALE VOCALISTS 

1 GILBERT O’SULLIVAN— MAM 

2 DAVID BOWIE— RCA 

3 JIM CROCE— ABC 

1 BETTE MIDLER— Atlantic 

2 HELEN REDDY— Capitol 
3. LIZA MINELLI— Columbia 

VOCAL GROUPS 

NEW VOCAL GROUPS 

1 MOODY BLUES — Threshold/Deram 

2 TEMPTATIONS— Gordy 

3 JETHRO TULL— Chrysalis 

1 FOCUS— Sire 

2 ERIC WEISSBERG, STEVE MANDELL, "W” 
MARSHALL BRICKMAN— W.B. 

3 STEELY DAN— ABC 

DUOS 

NEW DUOS 

1 TIE (SIMON & GARFUNKEL— Columbia) 

(CARPENTERS— A&M) 

2 ROBERTA FLACK & DON NY HATHAWAY 
— Atlantic 

3 GRAHAM NASH & DAVID CROSBY— Atlantic 

1 TIE (SEALS & CROFTS— W.B.) 

(LOGGINS & MESSINA— Columbia) 

2 CARLOS SANTANA & BUDDY MILES— 
Columbia 

3 JOHN LENNON & YOKO ONO— Apple 

INSTRUMENTALISTS 

NEW INSTRUMENTALISTS 

1 ROYAL SCOTS DRAGOON GUARDS— RCA 

1 DEODATO— CTI 

2 RICK WAKEMAN— A&M 

3 CRUSADERS— Blue Thumb 

COMEDY 

ORIGINAL CAST & SOUNDTRACKS 

1 CHEECH & CHONG— Ode 

2 GEORGE CARLIN— Little David 

1 SUPERFLY— CURTIS MAYFIELD— Curtom 

2 LADY SINGS THE BLUES— DIANA ROSS 
— Motown 

3 GODSPELL— ORIGINAL CAST— Bell 


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Portugal/Telectra 
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A TABULATION OF A FT 1ST 3 WHO ACHIEVED GREATEST SUCCESS ACCORDING TO THE WEEKLY CASH BOX ALBUM BEST SELLER LIST. NAMES LISTED BELOW ARE IN ORDER OF STRFNGTH 
IN THEIR VARIOUS CATEGORIES BASED ON A WEIGHTED POINT SYSTEM WHICH GIVES CREDIT FOR LONGEVITY ON THE ALBUM CHART AS WELL AS THE HEIGHT ATTAINED ON THE 
CHARI. TITLES WHICH APPEARED ON THE ALBUM CHART WERE USED FOR AN ARTIST TOTAL. THE SUM OF ALL OF AS ARTIST'S HITS OVER THE PAST TWELVE MONTHS RESULTED IN THE 

POSITIONING OF A NAME. 


MALE VOCALISTS— ALBUMS 

1 ELTON JOHN— MCA 

2 NEIL DIAMOND — MCA 

3 AL GREEN— Hi 

4 Elvis Presley— RCA 

5 Stevie ¥t/onder— Tamfa 

6 John Denver— RCA 

7 Cat Stevens — A&M 

8 Donny Osmond— MG M 

9 Rod Stewart — Mercury 

10 Leon Russell— Shelter 

11 Bill Withers— Sussex 

12 Chuck Berry— Chess 

13 Nei! Young— Reprise 

14 James Taylor— W.B. 

15 Michael Jackson — Motown 

16 Eric Clapton — Atco 

17 Nilsson— RCA 

18 Donovan — Epic 

19 Marvin Gaye — Tamla 

20 Paul Simon— Columbia 

21 Van Morrison — W.B. 

22 Donny Hathaway — Atco 

23 Johnny Nash — Epic 

24 Wayne Newton — Chelsea 

25 Jerry Lee Lewis- — Mercury 

26 Arlo Guthrie — Reprise 

27 Sammy Davis, Jr. — MGM 

28 Joe Cocker — A&M 

29 Don McLean — UA 

30 Andy Williams — Columbia 

31 David Cassidy — Bell 

32 Joe Tex — Dial 

33 Duane Allman — Capricorn 

34 James Brown — Polydor 

35 Tom Jones — Parrot 

36 John Wayne — RCA 



NEW MALE VOCALISTS- ALBUMS 
j 1 GILBERT O’SULLIVAN— MAM 

2 DAVID BOWIE— RCA 

3 JIM CROCE— ABC 

4 Billy Paul — Phila. Int’l. 

5 Lou Reed- — RCA 

6 Mac Davis — Columbia 

7 Rick Springfield — Capitol 

8 Lobo— Big Tree 

9 Billy Preston — A&M 

10 Jermaine Jackson — Motown 

11 Bobby Womack — UA 

12 Luther Ingram — Koko 

13 Hurricane Smith — Capitol 

14 Peter Townsend — Decca 

15 Shawn Phillips — A&M 

16 Todd Rundgren — Bearsville 

17 Albert Hammond — Mums 

18 Harry Chapin — Elektra 

19 Timmy Thomas — Glades 

20 Bob Weir— W.B. 

NEW VOCAL GROUPS— ALBUMS 

1 FOCUS— Sire 

2 ERIC WEISSBERG, STEVE 
MANDELL, “W”’ MARSHALL 
BRICKMAN— W.B. 

3 STEELY DAN— ABC 

4 Doobie Bros. — W.B. 

5 Raspberries — Capitol 

6 O’Jays— Phila. Int’l. 

7 Argent — Epic 

8 Dr. Hook & The Medicine 
Show — Columbia 

9 Jimmy Castor Bunch — RCA 

10 Eagles — Asylum 

11 Beck, Bogert & Appice — 
Epic 

12 Harold Melvin & The Blue- 
notes — Phila. Int’l. 

13 Tower Of Power — W.B. 

14 Cornelius Brothers & Sister 
Rose — U.A. 

15 Earth, Wind & Fire — 
Columbia 

16 West Bruce & Laing 
Columbia 

17 Flash — Capitol 

18 Main Ingredient — RCA 

19 Stealers Wheels — A & M 

20 New Birth — RCA 

21 Edward Bear — Capitol 

22 Ohio Players — Westbound 

23 Rick Nelson & Stone Canyon 
Band — Decca 

24 Cymande — Janus 

25 Slade — Polydor 

26 Sailcat — Elektra 

27 Looking Glass — Epic 

INSTRUMENTALISTS- ALBUMS 

1 ROYAL SCOTS DRAGOON 

GUARDS— RCA 

NEW INSTRUMENT AUSTS- 
ALBUMS 

1 QEODATO — CT1 

2 RICK WAKEMAN— A&M 

3 CRUSADERS— Blue Thumb 


VOCAL GROUPS-ALBUMS 

1 MOODY BLUES — Threshold/ 
Deram 

2 TEMPTATIONS— Gordy 

3 JETHRO TULL — Chrysalis 

4 Alice Cooper — W.B. 

5 Rolling Stones — London/ 
Rolling Stone 

6 War — UA 

7 Chicago — Columbia 

8 Bread — Elektra 

9 Three Dog Night — Dunhill 

10 America — W.B. 

11 Yes — Atlantic 

12 Beatles — Apple 

13 Grand Funk— Capitol 

14 Emerson, Lake & Palmer — 
Cotillion 

15 Procul Harum — A & M/ 
Chrysalis 

16 Edgar Winter — Epic 

17 Uriah Heep — Mercury 

18 Jackson Five — Motown 

19 Santana — Columbia 

20 Traffic — Island 

21 Osmonds — MGM 

22 Four Tops — Dunhill 

23 Humble Pie — A & M 

24 Partridge Family — Bell 

25 Creedence Clearwater Revival 
— Fantasy 

26 Allman Brothers Band — Atco 

27 Derek & The Dominoes — 
Atco/RSO 

28 Band — Capitol 

29 Stylistics — Avco 

30 Pink Floyd — Harvest 

31 Black Sabbath— W.B. 

32 Jefferson Airplane — Grunt 

33 Led Zeppelin — Atlantic 

34 Deep Purple— W.B. 

35 Chi-Lites — Brunswick 

36 T-Rex — Reprise 

37 Mahavishnu Orch. — Columbia 

38 Fifth Dimension — Bell 

39 Stephen Stills & Manassas— 
Atlantic 

40 Grateful Dead — W.B. 

41 Hollies— Epic 

42 Spinners — Atlantic 

43 Ten Years After — Columbia 

44 Isley Brothers — T-Neck 

45 Blood, Sweat & Tears — 
Columbia 

46 Gladys Knight & The Pips — 
Soul 

47 Staple Singers — Stax 

48 Byrds— Asylum 

49 Beach Boys- — Brothers/ 
Reprise 

50 J. Geils Band — Atlantic 

51 Paul McCartney & Wings— 
Apple 

52 Mandrill — Polydor 

53 Jeff Beck Group — Epic 

54 Guess Who — RCA 

55 New Riders Of The Purple 
Sage — Columbia 

56 Free — Island 

57 Doors — Elektra 

58 Smokey Robinson & The 
Miracles — Tamla 

59 Mountain — Columbia 

60 Bee Gees — Atco 

61 Steppenwolf — Dunhill 

62 Malo— W.B. 

63 Johnny Winter — Columbia 

64 James Gang — ABC 

65 Faces— W.B. 

66 Hot Tuna — Grunt 

67 Bloodrock— Capitol 

68 Supremes — Motown 

69 Kinks— RCA 


FEMALE VOCAUSTS-ALBUMS 

1 Tie (CAROLE KING— Ode) 

(CARLY SIMON— Elektra) 

2 ARETHA FRANKLIN— 
Atlantic 

3 ROBERTA FLACK — Atlantic 

4 Joni Mitchell — Asylum 

5 Janis Joplin — Columbia 

6 Judy Collins — Elektra 

7 Barbra Streisand — Columbia 

8 Melanie — Neighborhood 

9 Laura Nyro — Columbia 
10 Cher — Kapp 

NEW FEMALE VOCAUSTS-ALBUMS 

1 BETTE MIDLER— Atlantic 

2 HELEN REDDY— Capitol 

3 LIZA MINNELLI — Columbia 

4 Donna Fargo — Dot 

5 Rita Coolidge — A&M 

DUOS-ALBUMS 

1 Tie (SIMON &GARFUNKEL— 

Columbia) 

(CARPENTERS)— A&M 

2 ROBERTA FLACK & DONNY 

HATHAWAY— Atlantic 

3 GRAHAM NASH & DAVID 
CROSBY— Atlantic 

4 Sonny & Cher — Kapp 

NEW DUOS-ALBUMS 

1 Tie (SEALS & CROFTS— W.B. 

(LOGGINS & MESSINA— 
Columbia) 

2 CARLOS SANTANA & BUDDY 
MILES — Columbia 

3 JOHN LENNON & YOKO ONO 
— Apple 

4 Mouth & MacNeal — Phillips 

ORIGINAL CAST & SOUNDTRACKS 

1 SUPERFLY— CURTIS 
MAYFIELD— Curtom 

2 LADY SINGS THE BLUES— 

DIANA ROSS— Motown 

3 GODSPELL— ORIGINAL CAST 

—Bell 

4 Wattstax — Various Artists — 
Stax 

5 The Last Days Of The 
Fillmore — Various Artists — 
Epic 

6 The Godfather — -Paramount 

7 Black Caesar — James Brown 
— Polydor 

8 Lost Horizon — Bell 

9 Journey Through The Past 
— Neil Young — Reprise 

10 Across 110th St. — Bobby 
Womack & Peace — UA 

11 Man Of LaMancha — UA 

12 Cabaret — ABC 

COMEDY-ALBUMS 

1 CHEECH & CHONG— Ode 

2 GEORGE CARLIN— Little 
David 


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RECORD 

1953— Til! ! Waltz Again With You 
—Teresa Brewer— Cora! 

1954— Secret Love— Doris Day— 
Columbia 

1955— Melody Of Love— Billy 
Vaughn— Dot 

1 956— Sixteen Tons— Tennessee 
Ernie Ford— Capitol 

1957— Don't Be Cruel— Elvis Presley 
—RCA Victor 

1958— All The Way— Frank Sinatra 
—Capitol 

1959— Tom Dooley— Kingston Trio— 
Capitol 

1960— Mack The Knife— Bobby 
Darin— Atco 

1 961 —Exodus— Ferrante & Teicher 
— United Artists 

1962— Moon River— Henry Mancini 
—RCA Victor 

1963— 1 Left My Heart In San 
Francisco— Tony Bennett— 
Columbia 

1964— 1 Want To Hold Your Hand— 
Beatles— Capitol 

1965— Downtown— Petula Clark— 
Warner Bros. 

1 966— Satisfaction— Rolling Stones 
—London 

Ballad Of The Green Berets 
— Barry Sadler— RCA Victor 

(Tie) 

1967— I'm A Believer— Monkees— 
Colgems 

Strangers In The Night- 

1968— Love Is Blue— Paul Mauriat— 
Philips 

1969— Hey Jude— The Beatles— 
Apple 

1970— Sugar, Sugar— Archie— 
Kirshner 


MOST PROGRAMMED 
ALBUM 

1956— Wee Small Hours— Frank 
Sinatra— Capitol 

1957— Songs For Swinging Lovers— 
Frank Sinatra— Capitol 

1958— Come Fly With Me— Frank 
Sinatra— Capitol 

1959— Come Dance With Me— 
Frank Sinatra— Capitol 

1960— Come Dance With Me— 
Frank Sinatra— Capitol 

1961— G.l. Blues— Elvis Presley— 
RCA Victor 

1962— Modern Sounds in Country 
& Western Music— Ray 
Charles— ABC Paramount 

1963— First Family— Cadence 

1964— Meet The Beatles— Capitol 

1965— Beatles '65— The Beatles— 
Capitol 

1966— Whipped Cream & Other 
Delights— Herb Alpert & The 
Tijuana Brass— A&M/ 
Rubber Soul— Beatles— 
Capitol (Tie) 

1967— More of the Monkees— 
Colgems 

1968— Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's 
Club Band— Beatles— Capita! 

1 969— Beatles— Apple 

1970— Abbey Road— Beatles— 
Apple 

STUDIO ORCH. 
INSTRUMENTALIST 

1956— Les Baxter— Capitol 


1957— Hugo Winterhalter— RCA 

1958— Billy Vaughn— Dot 

1959— Ray Conniff— Columbia 


MALE VOCALIST 

1953— Eddie Fisher— RCA Victor 

1954— Eddie Fisher— RCA Victor 
Perry Como— RCA Victor 
(Tie) 

1955— Perry Como— RCA Victor 

1956— Perry Como— RCA Victor 

1957— Frank Sinatra— Capitol 

1958— Frank Sinatra— Capitol 

1959— Frank Sinatra— Capitol 

1960— Frank Sinatra— Capitol 

1961— Frank Sinatra— Capitol/ 
Reprise 

1962— Frank Sinatra— Reprise 
Elvis Presley— RCA Victor 

(Tie) 

1963— Frank Sinatra— Reprise 

1964— Frank Sinatra— Reprise 

1965— Elvis Presley— RCA Victor 

1966— Frank Sinatra— Reprise 

1967— Frank Sinatra— Reprise 

1968— Frank Sinatra— Reprise 

1969— Glen Campbell— Capitol 

1970— Tom Jones— Parrot 
Elvis Presley— RCA (Tie) 


MOST PROMISING 
MALE VOCALIST 

1953— Bob Manning— Capitol 

1954— Lou Monte— RCA Victor 

1955— Sammy Davis, Jr.— Decca 

1956— Pat Boone— Dot 

1957— Johnny Mathis— Columbia 
Tommy Sands— Capitol (Tie) 

1958— Jimmie Rodgers— Roulette 

1959— Bobby Darin— Ateo 
Brook Brenton— Mercury 
(Tie) 

1960— Jimmy Jones— Cub 
Adam Wade— Coed (Tie) 

1961— Adam Wade— Coed 

1962— Jack Jones— Kapp 
George Maharis— Epic (Tie) 

1963— Jack Jones— Kapp 
Bobby Vinton— Epic (Tie) 

1964— Jack Jones— Kapp 

1965— Tom Jones— Parrot 

1966— Bob Lind— World Pacific 
Frankie Randall— RCA 
Victor (Tie) 

1967— Neil Diamond— Bang 

1968— Glen Campbell— Capitol 

1969— Jose Feliciano— RCA 

1970— Joe Cocker— A&M 


MOST PROMISING 
FEMALE VOCALIST 

1954— Kitty Kallen— Decca 

1955— Jay P. Morgan— RCA Victor 

1956— Gorgi Grant— Era 

1957— Betty Johnson— Bally 

1958— Connie Francis— MGM 

1959— Dodie Stevens— Crystalette 

1960— Connie Stevens— W.B. 

1961 — Linda Scott— Canadian 
American 

1962— Joanie Sommers— W.B. 

1963— Little Peggy March— RCA 

1964— Barbra Streisand— Columbia 

1965— Petula Clark-W.B. 

1966— Nancy Sinatra— Reprise 

1967— Sandy Posey— MGM 

1968— Lulu— Epic 

I 1969— Mary Hopkin— Apple 
I 1970 — Melanie— Buddah 


1969— Mary Hopkin— Apple 

1 970— Melanie— Buddah 


VOCAL GROUP 

1953— Four Aces— Decca 

1954— Four Aces— Decca/ 
Hilltoppers— Dot (Tie) 

1955— Four Aces— Decca/ 

McGuire Sisters— Coral (Tie) 

1956— Four Lads— Columbia 

1957— Four Lads— Columbia 

1958— Four Lads— Columbia 

1959— Four Lads— Columbia/ 

Four Freshmen— Capitol 
(Tie) 

1 960— Kingston Trio— Capitol 

1 961 — Kingston Trio— Capitol/ 
Everly Bros.— Cadence (Tie) 

1 962— Kingston Trio— Capitol 

1963— Four Season— Vee Jay/ 
Kingston Trio— Capitol (Tie) 

1 964— Beatles— Capitol 

1 965— Beatles— Capitol 

1 966— Beatles— Capitol 

1 967— Supremes— Motown/ 
Monkees— Colgems (Tie) 

1 968— Beatles— Capitol/ 

Monk ees— Colgems (Tie) 

1 969— Beatles— Apple 

1 970— Beatles— Apple 

MOST PROMISING 
VOCAL GROUP 

1954— Four Knights— Capitol 

1 955— Hi-Lo's— Trend/ 

DeCastro Sisters— Abbott 
(Tie) 

1956— Platters— Mercury 

1 957— Hi-Lo's— Trend/ Columbia 

1958— Four Preps— Capitol 

1 959— Kingston Trio— Capitol 

1 960— Brothers Four— Columbia 

1961— Limeliters— RCA Victor 

1 962— Letterman— Capitol 

1963— J's & Jamie— Columbia 

1 964— Serendipity Singers— Philips 

1 965— Seekers— Capitol 

1966— Mammas & the Pappas— 
Dunhill/Lovin' Spoonful— 
Kama Sutra (Tie) 

1 967— Buckinghams— Columbia 

1968— Union Gap— Gary Puckett 

1969— Creedence Clearwater 
Revival— Fantasy/ Blood, 
Sweat and Tears— Columbia 
(Tie) 

1 970— Jackson-Five— Motown/ 
Chicago— Columbia (Tie) 


FEMALE VOCALIST 

1953— Patti Page— Mercury 

1954— Patti Page— Mercury 

1 955— Rosemary Clooney— 
Columbia 

1956— Jaye P. Morgan— RCA Victor 

1957— Doris Day— Columbia 

1958— Patti Page— Mercury 

1959— Connie Francis— MGM 

1960— Connie Francis— MGM 

1961— Connie Francis— MGM 

1962— Connie Francis— MGM 

1963— Connie Francis— MGM 

1964— Connie Francis— MGM 

1965— Barbra Streisand— Columbia 

1966— Petula Clark— Warner Bros. 

1967— Petula Clark— Warner Bros. 
Nancy Wilson— Capitol 

1968— Petula Clark— Warner Bros. 
Aretha Franklin— Atlantic 
(Tie) 

1969— Aretha Franklin— Atlantic 

1970— Dionne Warwick— Scepter 


ORCHESTRA 

1953— Ralph Flanagan— RCA Victor 

1954— Ray Anthony— Capitol 

1955— Ralph Marterie— RCA Victor 

1956— Benny Goodman— Various 
Labels 

1957— Les Brown— Columbia 

1958— Ray Anthony— Capitol 

1959— Ray Anthony— Capitol 

1960— Les Elgart— Columbia 

1 961 — Lawrence Welk— Dot 

1962— Henry Mancini— RCA Victor 
Billy Vaughn— Dot 
Lawrence Welk— Dot 

Si Zentner— Liberty (Tie) 

1 963— Lawrence Welk— Dot 

1964— Henry Mancini— RCA Victor 

1965— Henry Mancini— RCA Victor 

1966— Herb Alpert & The Tijuana 
Brass— A&M 

1967— Herb Alpert & The Tijuana 
Brass— A&M 

1968— Herb Alpert— A&M 

1969— Paul Mauriat— Philips 

1970— Henry Mancini— RCA 


MOST PROMISING 
ORCHESTRA 

1954— Les Elgart— Columbia 

1955— Richard Maltby— VIK 

1956— Dick Jacobs— Coral 

1957— Ray Conniff— Columbia 

1958— Ray Conniff— Columbia 

1959— Henry Mancini— RCA Victor 

1960— Si Zentner— Liberty 

1961— Bert Kaempfert— Decca 

1962— Si Zentner— Liberty 

1963— Joe Harnell— Kapp 

1965— Sounds Orchestral- 
Parkway 

1966— Herb Alpert & the Tijuana 
Brass 

1967— Bob Crewe Generation— 
Dyno Voio 

1968— Paul Mauriat— Philips 

1969— Paul Mauriat— Philips 

1970— Vincent Bell— Decca 

INSTRUMENTALIST 

1958— Roger Williams— Kapp 

1959— Duane Eddy— Jamie/ 
Guyden 

1960— Duane Eddy— Jamie/ 
Guyden 

1961— Duane Eddy— Jamie/ 
Guyden 

1962— Floyd Cramer— RCA Victor 
Ferrante & Teicher— United 
Artists (Tie) 

1963— Duane Eddy— RCA Victor 

1964— AI Hirt-RCA Victor 

1965— AI Hirt-RCA Victor 

1966— Herb Alpert & The Tijuana 
Brass— A&M 

1 968— A! Hirt-RCA 

1970— Ferrante— Teicher 


MOST PROMISING 
INSTRUMENTALIST 

1 958— Champs— Challenge 

1959— Dave "Baby" Cortez— Clock 

1960— Bill Black's Combo— Hi 

1961— Jorgen Ingmann— Atco 

1962— Mr. Acker Bilk— Atco 

1 963— Chantays— Dot/ 

Bill Pursell— Columbia (Tie) 

1964— Pete Drake— Mercury 

1965— Horst Jankowski— Mercury 

1966— Herb Alpert & the Tijuana 
Brass— A&M 

1967— Walter Wanderly— Verve 

1968— Ravi Shankar— World Pacific 

1969— Manson Williams— WB/7 
Arts 

1970— El Chicano— Kapp 



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MUSICAL ISLE OF AMERICA 

7901 N. Caldwell 
Morton Grove, III. 60053 
Milton Salstone 
Tony Dalesandro 
(312) 478-1133 


SKOKIE 

LIEBERMAN ENTERPRISES 

7330 Niles Center Rd. 

Skokie, III. 60076 
Harry Losk 
Eric Reishus 
(312) 674-4390 

UNIVERSAL MUSIC 
MERCHANDISERS 
9047 Terminal 
Skokie, III. 60076 
Joe Weiss 
(312) 965-1810 

INDIANA 

FORT WAYNE 

CAR TAPE DISTRIBUTORS 

8330 N. Clinton 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 46805 
Robert Carteaux 
(219) 484-2556 

INDIANAPOLIS 

SOUND CLASSICS, INC. 
5550 Progress Rd. 

Park Fletcher Industrial Park 
Indianapolis, Ind. 46241 
Louis Randle 
Thomas Whalen 
(317) 247-8491 


IOWA 

DES MOINES 

ABC RECORD & TAPE SALES 
3301 McKinley Ave. 

Des Moines, Iowa 50321 
Jack Silverman 
(515) 285-0551 

J. L. MARSH OF IOWA 
1630 Locust St. 

Des Moines, Iowa 50309 
Jack Mishler 
Don Cooper 
(515) 282-8185 


KANSAS 

KANSAS CITY 

J. L. MARSH OF KANSAS CITY 

99 Greystone 

Kansas City, Kansas 66103 
Mary Gilmer 
Wayne Olson 
(913) 371-8590 


KENTUCKY 

LOUISVILLE 

MID AMERICA SPECIALTY DISTS. 
4232 Cane Run Rd. 

Louisviile, Ky. 40216 
Roy Mullinax 
(502) 448-3827 


LOUISIANA 

LAFAYETTE 

MUSICAL ISLE OF AMERICA 
PO Box 3727 
Lafayette, La. 70501 
George A. Berry 
(318) 234-3291 

METAIRIE 

HEL-LO RECORD CO., INC. 

710 Aris Ave. 

Metairie, La. 70005 
Vincent Lofaso 
(504) 831-1356 

NEW ORLEANS 

ALL SOUTH DISTRIBUTING CORP. 

1924 Lafayette St. 

New Orleans, La. 70113 
Henry Hildebrand, Jr. 

(504) 522-1157 

MUSICAL ISLE OF AMERICA 

757 Central Ave. 

New Orleans, La. 70121 
George A. Berry 
(504) 833-3735 


STAN'S RECORD SERVICE 

728 Texas Street 
Shreveport, La. 71163 
(318) 422-7182 


MAINE 


PORTLAND 

COMMERCIAL DISTRIBUTORS 

8 Somerset Street 
PO Box 4510 
Portland, Maine 04101 
V. Harry Mooradian 
(207) 775-5644 

PORTLAND RECORDS, INC. 

84 West Cove Street 
Portland, Maine 04101 
C. Roy Rice 
(207) 772-6551 


MARYLAND 

BALTIMORE 

MUSICAL ISLE OF AMERICA 

6 Azar Court 

Azar Industrial Center-Arbutus 
Baltimore, Md. 21227 
Howard Siegel 
(301) 247-2221 

STACY DISTRIBUTING CO. 

1101 Desoto Road 
Baltimore, Md. 21223 
Jim Lavis 
Irv Gomprecht 
(301) 644-2900 

TRANSCONTINENTAL MUSIC CORP. 

72 Alco Place 
Baltimore, Md. 21227 
Lawrence Goldberg 
Paul Hennessy 
(301) 247-2550 

YOUR SUPER SOUL RACK 

509 Gay Street North 
Baltimore, Md. 21202 
Earnest L. Burston 
(301) BR 6-3770 

HAGERSTOWN 

INTERSTATE RECORD DIST. 

211 South Locust Street 
Hagerstown, Md. 21740 
Richard Greenwald 
Melvin Greenwald 
(301) 733-1370 

OWINGS MILLS 

ELLIS DISTRIBUTING CORP. 

33 New Plant Court 
Owings Mills, Md. 21117 
Edgar Ellis 
(301) 363-1212 

SALISBURY 

INTERSTATE RECORD DIST. 

841 Benny Street 
Salisbury, Md. 21801 
(301) PI 1-2223 

SAVAGE 

D & H DISTRIBUTING CO. 

8020 Welmore Court 
Savage, Md. 20863 
Julius Rainess 
Bud Vogt 
(301) 792-7000 


MASSACHUSETTS 

EVERETT 

DISCO. INC. 

339 Broadway 
Everett, Mass. 02149 
Fred Traub 
(617) 389-7200 

FRAMINGHAM 

RAND SALES, INC. 

11 Columbia St. 

Framingham, Mass. 01701 
Thomas Plaut 
(617) 875-4336 

SOMERSET 

U. S. RECORDS 
185 Riverside Ave. 

Somerset, Mass. 02726 
Dan Gittleman 
(617) 676-3061 

WOBURN 

MUSIC MERCHANTS OF NEW 

ENGLAND 

52 Cummings Park 

Woburn, Mass. 01801 

Robert D. Levinson 

Howard Ring 

(617) 935-6160 

TRANSCONTINENTAL MUSIC CORP. 
30 Nashua St. 

Woburn, Mass. 01801 
Louis Kwiker 
Joe Solano 
Richard Whitehouse 
(617) 935-4700 

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1414 Avenue of the Americas 
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NORTH WOBURN 


HANDLEMAN COMPANY 

204 New Boston St. 

North Woburn, Mass. 01801 
Roy Stevens 
(617) 935-8150 


MICHIGAN. 


DETROIT 

ABC RECORD & TAPE SALES 
15333 Uvernois Ave. 

Detroit, Mich. 4823S 
Dave Lasker 
(313) 863-2200 

AUTO SOUND DISTRIBUTING 
20232 Livernois A vs. 

Detroit, Mich. 48221 
Jack Frankford 
Bob Weaver 
(313) 664-2892 

HANDLEMAN COMPANY 
670 East Woodbridge 
Detroit, Mich. 48226 
David Handleman 
Paul Handleman 
John Kaplan 
Jerry Adams 
James Powers 
(313) 961-9563 

MERIT MUSIC DISTRIBUTORS 
15771 Wyoming Ave. 

Detroit, Mich. 49238 
John Schlee 
(313) 863-9119 

MADISON HEIGHTS 

J. L. MARSH OF DETROIT 
1401 E. Lincoln Ave. 

Madison Heights, Mich. 48071 
Marvin Morrison 
Jim Meretfyk 
Bertha Nolan 
(313) 398-0400 

FRAMINGHAM 

MUSIC TREND, INC. 

24611 'Crestview Court 
Farmington, Mich. 48024 
Eugene Silverman 
(313) 474-0300 


MINNESOTA 

BURNSVILLE 

SELECT-O-RAX, INC. 

12116 Riverwood Drive 
Burnsville, Minn. 55378 
Eugene C. Finch 
Mrs. Joyce D. Finch 
(612) 890-9022 

MINNEAPOLIS 

DART RECORDS, INC. 

730 N. Lyndale Ave. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 55411 
Richard Daly 
Alexander Allan 
(612) 347-3420 

LIEBERMAN ENTERPRISES 
9549 Penn Ave. South 
Minneapolis, Minn. 55432 
David Lleberman 
Stephen Lleberman 
Harold Oklnow 
Richard Moerbltz 
Sylvester Vanyo 
(612) 888-5521 

J. L. MARSH, INC. 

7600 Wayzata Blvd. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 55426 
Amos Heillcher 
Daniel Heillcher 
Manuel Swatez 
(612) 544-4201 


MISSOURI 

KANSAS CITY 

MUSICAL ISLE OF AMERICA 
1800 Truman Road 
Kansas City, Mo. 64127 
Tony Burasco 
(816) 221-6965 

PARKVIEW GEM, INC. 

6000 Manchester TrafRcway Terrace 

PO Box 418 

Kansas City, Mo. 64141 

Jerry Smith 

Steve Eberman 

(816) 363-1800 

TRANSCONTINENTAL MUSIC CORP. 
940 N. Chestnut 
Kansas City, Mo. 66104 
Mr. Ray Creighton 
(816) 231-3900 

NORTH KANSAS CITY 

HANDLEMAN COMPANY 
1125 Saline St. 

North Kansas City, Mo. 64116 
Jason Couch 
(816) 421-0135 


ST. LOUIS 

BANCO DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 

A Division of Custom 'Music Ccrp. 
Undbergh-Warson Industrial Center 
1283 Research Blvd. 

St. Louis, Missouri 631.32 
Roger Fradericksoa 
Patrick Morris 
John Sullivan 
B. A. NortffliP 
Benjamin j. Sarzynskl 
D. Allen 
J. Oldanl 
(314) 997-7100 

J. L. MARSH OF ST. LOUIS 
2020 Deimar Blvd. 

St. Louis, Mo. 63103 
Alfred L. Chotln 
Bernard Bahr 
(314) 241-8618 

MUSICAL ISLE OF AMERICA 
1815 Locust St. 

St. Louis, Missouri 63103 
Robert Hausfater 
Norman Hausfater 
Norman Wienstroer 
(314! 621-7171 


NEW JERSEY 

CHERRY HILL 

ABC RECORD & TAPE SALES 
29 Olney Ave. — Bldg. 35 
Cherry Hill Industrial Center 
Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08034 
Irv Perlman 
(609) 424-4722 

EDISON 

HANDLEMAN COMPANY 

Bldg. 410 Raritan Center 
PO Box 980 
Edison. N.J. 08817 
Robert Cipriani 
(201) 225-1040 

HILLSIDE 

APEX-MARTIN COMPANY 

Hillside Industrial Center 
467 Mundet Place 
Hillside. N. J. 07205 
Joseph Martin 
Jerry Cohen 
(201) 923-7474 

STERLING SERVICE COMPANY 

Hillside Industrial Center 
467 Mundet Place 
Hillside, N.J. 07205 
Joseph Martin 
Stanley Sterling 
(201) 923-6472 

LINDEN 

APEX RENDEZVOUS 
1135 W. Elizabeth Avenue 
Linden, New Jersey 07036 
Dante Pugllese 
Robert Demaln 
(201) 862-7900 

MOUNTAINSIDE 

MUSIC BY JUPITER t/a 
HARMONY HOUSE 
1021 Rt. 22 
Mountainside, N.J. 07092 
Harold Chasen 
(201) 654-3355 

ROCHELLE PARK 

NEW YORK RECORD & TAPE DIST. 

68 West Passaic Street 
Rochelle Park, N.J. 07662 
Manny G. Wells 
Peter Hyman 
Mac Goldstein 
(201) 843-2670 

UNION 

PROGRAM ONE STOP, INC. 

950 Greeley Avenue 
Union, N. J. 07083 
Ralph Schechtman 
(201) 964-3434 


NEW YORK 

AMSTERDAM 

ALMOR PLAYTIME COMPANY 

Wallins Corner Rd. 

PO Box 111 
Amsterdam, N.Y. 12010 
Albert A. Hyman 
Richard Sukel 
(518) 842-2500 

BROOKLYN 

FINE TONE AUDIO PRODUCTS 

CO. 

24 Cobek Court 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11223 
Leonard Finkel 
Stuart Mont 
Jack Haddad 
Irving Glasses - 
(212) 336-6662 


BUFFALO 

TRANSCONTINENT MUSIC 
1790 Main St. 

Buffalo, N.Y. 14209 
Leonard Silver 
Steve Brodle 
(716) 882-0427 

COPIAGUE 

CONTROLLED SHEET MUSIC 

SERVICE 

112 Hudson St. 

Copiague, N.Y. 11726 
Ronald Ravitz 
(516) 691-4151 

FREEPORT 

DOUBLE B RECORD & TAPE CORP. 

240 E. Merrick Rd. 

Freeport, N.Y. 11520 
Bernard Boorstein 
Zeke Lenga 
Don Liberatore 
(516) 378-2222 

ISLAND PARK 

CANDY STRIPE RECORDS 

17 Alabama Ave. 

Island Park, N.Y. 11558 
Bernard Kell 
(516) 432-0047 

MR. TOPP TAPE CO. 

150 Long Beach Road 
Island Park, N.Y. 11558 
Larry Sonin 
Art Siegel 
(516) 889-5355 

LATHAM 

ONE WAY RECORDS, INC. 

824 New Loudon Rd. 

Latham, N.Y. 12110 
David Schlang 
(518) 785-6922 

LONG ISLAND CITY 

EMPIRE STATE RECORD SALES 
37-07 35th St. 

Long Island City, N.Y. 11101 
Mel Albert 
(212) 361-2700 

GEMINI RECORD CORP. 

32-01 36th Ave. 

Long Island City, N.Y. 11106 
Norman Seeman 
(212) 721-1741 

WIN RECORDS, INC. 

39th St. and 43rd 1 Ave. 

Long Island City, N.Y. 11104 

Sam Weiss 

George Weiss 

Sol Gleit 

(212) 786-7667 

MASPETH 

INTERNATIONAL RECOTAPE CORP. 
46-50 54th Ave. 

Maspeth, N.Y. 11378 
Jack Silverman 
Barry Goody 
(212) 937-5030 

SMG DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 

46-35 54th Rd. 

Maspeth, N.Y. 11378 
Sam Stolon 
Robert Menashe 
(212) 786-3337 


MELVILLE 


MERCO ENTERPRISES, INC. 
536 Broadhollow Rd. 
Melville, N.Y. 11746 
Edward Khoury 
(516) 694-8990 


MENANDS 

TRANSCONTINENTAL MUSIC 
CORP. 

339 Broadway 
iMenands, New York 12204 
Jack Cross 
Joe Dean 
(518) 436-9657 

NEW YORK CITY 


ALPHA DISTRIBUTING CORP. 
20 West End Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 10023 
Harry Apostolerls 
Nick Campanella 
Murray Vlscoso 
(212) 586-6200 

AROVOX RECORD CORP. 

239 West 18th St. 

New York, N.Y. 10011 
Ervin Lltkel 
John Haydu 
(212) 989-7200 


BETA DISTRIBUTORS 
599 Tenth Avenue 
New York, N.Y. 10036 
John Halonka 
Edward Klelnbaum 
(212) CH 4-3744 


INDEPENDENT RECORD 
PROMOTION 

205 Prince St. 

New York, N.Y. 10012 
Larry Schaffer 
(212) 989-8644 


K. K. RECORDS, INC. 

444 W. 42nd St. 

New York, N.Y. 10036 
Ben Karol 
Phil King 
(212) 594-5550 

NMC CORP. 

445 Park Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 10022 
(212) 980-3200 

OLYMPIA DISTRIBUTING CO. 

239 W. 18th St. 

New York, N.Y. 10011 
Ervin Litkel 
(212) 989-7200 

SAL-DAN SALES, INC. 

205 Prince St. 

New York, N.Y. 10012 
Sal Daniel 
(212) 533-1730 

OCEANSIDE 

NMC CORP. 

3580 Oceanside Rd. 

PO Box 70 

Oceanside, N.Y. 11572 
Jesse Selter 
Maxwell Friedberg 
Thomas F. White 
(516) 678-6770 

WOODBURY 

ABC RECORD & TAPE SALES 
47-39 49th St. 

Woodside, New York 11377 
Mr. Lou Klayman 
(212) 786-6255 

JACK GROSSMAN ENTERPRISES, 
INC. 

333 Crossways Park Drive 
Woodbury, N.Y. 11797 
Jack Grossman 
Warren Rossman 
Irv Freedman 
Irving Arlen 
Elliot Setton 
(516) 364-2500 


NORTH CAROLINA 


CHARLOTTE 

BIB DISTRIBUTING CO. 

PO Box 1812 
Charlotte, N.C. 28201 
Joseph Voynow 
(704) 372-2032 

DIXIE TAPE & RECORD CO. 

(division of Dixie News Co.) 

PO Box 8167 
2100 Freedom Drive 
Charlotte, N.C. 28208 
Timothy A. Braswell 
Howard Fesperman 
(704) 334-8617 

HANDLEMAN COMPANY 

2309 Dunavant St. 

Charlotte, N.C. 28203 
Bill Hanson 
(704) 372-1845 

S & P RECORDS, INC. 

1529 Enderly Road 
PO Box 8346 
Charlotte, N.C. 28208 
James Smith 
(704) 394-0133 

DURHAM 

RACK MERCHANDISERS OF 
AMERICA/ RECORD BAR, INC. 
201 E. Main St. 

PO Box 2089 
Durham, N.'C. 27702 
Barrie Bergman 
(919! 688-7812; 489-9161 


OHIO 


CINCINNATI 

HANDLEMAN COMPANY 

655 Van Meter St. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 
Robert Prenatt 
(513) 651-2340 

CLEVELAND 

ALL LABEL RECORD SERVICE 

7777 Exchange St. 

Cleveland, Ohio 44125 
Hess Budin 
Cary Budin 
Don Weiss 
(216) 524-4260 

HANDLEMAN COMPANY 
1260 E. 38th St. 

Cleveland, Ohio 44114 
Sam Milicia 
(216) 431-0285 

MIDWEST, LTD. 

2150 Hamilton Ave. 

Cleveland, Ohio 44114 
Ronald Schafer 
Sheldon Tirk 
(216) 696-7666 

PIKS, LTD. 

2150 Hamilton Ave. 

Cleveland, Ohio 44114 
Ronald Schafer 
Harvey Korman 
(216) 696-3155 

SEAWAY RECORDS 
2401 Carnegie 
Cleveland, Ohio 44115 
Robert V. Wilcox 
Danny Connors 
(216) 696-2515 


NORTH CANTON 


STARK RECORD & TAPE 
SERVICE, INC. 

8000 Freedom Ave., N.W. 
North Canton, Ohio 44720 
Paul David 
(216) 494-2282 


PORTSMOUTH 


DAYTON RECORD SERVICE 

640 Second St. 

Portsmouth, Ohio 45662 
Wilburn Carrington 
(614) 354-3188 


WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS 

MODERN RECORD SERVICE, INC. 
18434 Cranwood Parkway 
Warrensville Heights, Ohio 44128 
David W. Burke 
(216) 475-8900 


YOUNGSTOWN 

MID AMERICA SPECIALTY 
819 Mahoning Ave. 
Youngstown, Ohio 44502 
Felix Lazazerra 
(216) 744-8668 


OKLAHOMA 


OKLAHOMA CITY 


WESTERN MERCHANDISERS, INC. 
133 N.W. 23rd St. 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 73103 


TULSA 


OKLAHOMA NEWS CO. 
909 W. 23rd St. 

Tulsa. Okla. 74107 
Stanley E. White 
(918) 584-4754 


PENNSYLVANIA 


BETHEL PARK 


MID AMERICA SPECIALTY DISTS. 
6255 Library Rd. 

Bethel Park, Pa. 15102 

Ed Beck 

(412) 833-7765 


CAMP HILL 

D & H DISTRIBUTING CO. 
(warehouse only) 

500 Terminal Rd. 

Hampden Industrial Center 
Camp Hill, Pa. 17011 
David Press 
(717) 761-2805 

HARRISBURG 


D & H DISTRIBUTING CO. 

PO Box 1967 
2525 N. 7th St. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 17105 
David Press 
(717) 761-2805 

PHILADELPHIA 

BANDSTAND RECORD SERVICE 

1400 W. Somerset St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19132 

Phil Slavin 

Mario Daulerio 

(215) BA 9-9110 

CHIPS DISTRIBUTING 

2750 N. Broad St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19107 
Ernest Santone 
(215) BA 6-4600 

MUSIC SERVICE, INC. 

4th & Noble Sts. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19127 
Jerry Rappaport 
Joe Rogers 
J.im Henry 
(215) 629-1166 

SCHWARTZ BROTHERS, INC. 

8040 Roosevelt Blvd. — Suite 306 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19152 
Jim O'Rourke 
(215) 335-0150 


SCORPIO MUSIC DIST. 
6612 Limekiln Pike 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19138 
Michael Adler 
F. J. Philipp 

(215) 549-5772, 924-7517 

UNIVERSAL RECORD 
DISTRIBUTORS 
919 North Broad St, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19123 
Harold Llpslus 
Len Rakliff 
Bob Perloff 
(215) CE 2-3333 


PITTSBURGH 


HANDLEMAN COMPANY 
941 Behan St. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 19133 
George Tender 
(412) 321-4887 


SOUNDS DISTRIBUTING CORP. 

3701 Bigelow Blvd. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 19213 
Norton L. Kalinsky 
(412) 681-7611 

YEADON 

A & L DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 

451 Penn St. 

Yeadon, Pa. 19050 
Albert iMelnick 
(215) 474-3300 


RHODE ISLAND 


SLATERSVILLE 


ABC RECORD & TAPE SALES 

Steel Street Industrial Park 
Slatersville, R.I. 02876 
(401) 769-7700 

TENNESSEE 


KNOXVILLE 


A & R DISTRIBUTING CO. 

1301 Prosser Rd. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 37914 
Tommy V. Ayres 
Jos. M. Ruscoe 
(615) 546-7881 

KNOX RECORD RACK CO. 
1539 Amherst Rd. 

PO Box 11167 
Knoxville, Tenn. 37919 
Sam N. Morrison 
Jay Jacobs 
(615) 584-8531 

MEMPHIS 


HANDLEMAN COMPANY 
2795 Hangar Road 
Memphis, Tenn. 38130 
Gary Bankston 
(901) 365-8530 

MUSICAL ISLE OF AMERICA 
3000 Fleetbrook Drive 
Memphis, Tenn. 38116 
Rick Cohen 
Sidney Melvin 
(901) 332-3650 


TEXAS 


AMARILLO 


WESTERN MERCHANDISERS, INC. 

421 E. 34th Street 

Amarillo, Texas 79101 

Richard Williamson 

Sam Marmaduke 

(806) 376-6251 

DALLAS 

ABC RECORD & TAPE SALES 

4841 Top Line Drive 
Dallas, Texas 75247 
Ron Peek 
(214) 637-4580 

HANDLEMAN COMPANY 
2931 Irving Blvd. #106 
Dallas, Texas 75247 
George Braun 
Robert Pastiro 
(214) 631-2943 

J. L. MARSH OF TEXAS 

1321 'Round Table Drive 
Dallas, Texas 75247 
Jim Scheuchl 
Jack Bernstein 
(214) 631-1530 

TRANSCONTINENTAL MUSIC 
CORP. 

4845 Cash Rd. 

Dallas. Texas 75247 
Glenn Mosley 
(214) 637-0552 

WESTERN MERCHANDISERS, INC. 
1409 Round Table Drive 
Dallas, Texas 75247 
(214) 638-1680 

HOUSTON 


HANDLEMAN COMPANY 

7437 Ardmore Street 
Houston, Texas 77021 
George Sweeney 
(713) 747-0151 

MUSIC SERVICE CO. 

5631 Old Clinton Rd. 

Houston, Texas 77020 
Larry Rosmarin 
(713) 675-7581 

WESTERN MERCHANDISERS, INC. 
P. 0. Box 7626 
2916 White Oak Drive 
Houston, Texas 77007 
(713) 861-3179 

LUBBOCK 

RECORDLAND, U.S.A., INC. 

2612 Avenue A 
PO Box 10112 
Lubbock, Texas 79408 
Allan Rosen 
M. A. Singleton 
Gene Goodwin 
Bob Iseral 
Ronald Lewis 
(806) 765-8467 


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Donna Fargo. 
Country’s No. 1 Daugh 

In Every City in the Nation 


In its respected Twelve Month Survey, Cash Box named her as one of 
the nation's top two vocalists. And the lady she tied for 1 st place with just 
happens to foe named Carly Simon. 

Donna also came in # "\ in Record World. 

Donna's the kind of artist that draws audiences to her. Naturally. 


Donna Fargo. On Dot Rec 


Distributed by Famous Music Corporation 

A Gulf + Western Company 


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(Columbia Records con't) 


(Record Merch. con’t) 



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ARIZONA 


PHOENIX, ARIZONA 
Alta Dist. Co.* 

P.O, Box 11408 
2950 West Catalina Drive 

Phoenix 85017 

Margo Grover 269-1411 
(A & M, A & R, Alithia, Ashley, Athena, 
Audio Fidelity, Avco, Bang, Berlitz, Bev- 
erly Hills, Blue Thumb, Caiia, Chart, 
Coliseum, .Creed, Deiite, Deluxe, Deram, 
Dial, Dot, Double Shot, Evolution, Ex- 
cello, Family, Fantasy, Fontana, Galaxy, 
Gamble, Gospel, Green Bottle, Glades, 
GSF, Hi, Hickory, Hob, Jamie, Janus, 
Just Sunshine, Kenwood, King, Lamb & 
Lion, Laurie, Limelight, Living Language 
London, torn, Mankind, Mace, Map 
City, Marine, Mega, Mercury, Mister 
Chand, Moonshot, Jusicor, Nasco, 
Nashboro, Nashville, National General, 
Neighborhood, Ode, Original Sound, Or- 
phic Egg, Paramount, Parrot, Paula, 
Phillips, Phillips Int'l, Phil-LA-OF-Soul, 
Plantation, Pip, Ranwood, Rice, Rich- 
mond, Ronn, Roulette, Royal American, 
SSS International, Savoy, Scepter, 
Smash, Sire, Specialty, Starday, Steed, 
Stereo Dimension, Stop, Sun, Thimble, 
Threshold, Thunderbird, Top & Bottom, 
Toy, Trip, Triune, Tumbleweed, 20th 
Century, Vertigo, Wand, Warren, West- 
bound, Arcano, Bego, Buena Suerte, 
CR, Caytronics, Del Rio, El Zarape, 
Freddie, Marsoi, Musart, Musimex, 
Rovi, Teardrop, Tex Mex) 


CALIFORNIA 


ABC/Dunhili Records Branch 
209 S. Lake Street 
Burbank 91502 

Lou Verzoia-Mgr., Howard Bloomfield- 

Asst. 849-6033 

(ABC, Dunhili, Audio Treasury, Impulse, 
Westminster Gold, Bluesway, Com- 
mand, Command Quad, Tangerine, 
Duke, Peacock, Backbeat, Songbird) 


GARDENA, CALIFORNIA 
London Records of Calif. Inc.* 

13306 South Halldaie Avenue 
Godfrey Dickey, Branch Mgr. 

Stuart Marlowe, Sales Mgr. 
213-770-8200 

(Buddah, Cobblestone, Curtom, Hot 
Wax, Kama Sutra, Mayfield, Pavilion, 
Skye, T-Neck, Sussex, Disneyland, 
Groove Merchants, Playboy, Vox, Can- 
dide, Turnabout Dot, Paramount, Sire, 
Just Sunshine, Neighborhood, Family 
Productions, Green Bottle, Steed Rec- 
ords, Muse, Onyx, Ori, Vanguard, Every- 
man, Bach Guild, London, Parrot, 
Threshold, Argo, Telefunken, Deram, 
Phase 4, London Int’l, Cardinal, Hopi, 
Richmond, Stereo Treasury, Hi, Ashley, 
Chapter one, Coliseum. 


GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA 
WEA Distributing Corp. * 

1100 Frances Court 
Glendale, Calif. 

(Warner Brothers, Reprise, Bearsville, 
Capricorn, Chrysalis, Pentagram/Viva, 
Kwanza, Elektra, Nonesuch, Raft, Coun- 
tryside, Atlantic, Atco, Asylum, Finnad- 
ar, Cotillion, Rolling Stones, RSO, Clean, 
Little David, Alston) 


ARLETA, CALIFORNIA 
Music West, Inc. 

12800 Wentworth St. 

213-768-2111 (CTN ext. 30) 

Bill Page, Mgr. 

(RCA, Camden, Red Seal, Victrola, 
Chelsea, Grunt, Metromedia, TMI, 
Wooden Nickel, Flying Dutchman) 
TAPES: (Same as Labels) 


HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 

Columbia Records * 

6430 Sunset Blvd 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 
Frank Mooney 466 2481 
(Columbia, Harmony, Epic, Fillmore, 
Odyssey, Monument, Spindizzy, Doug- 
las, Philadelphia International, Gamble, 


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Rak, Mums, Sound Stage 7, Prophecy, 
Invictus, Stax, Volt, KoKo, Enterprise, 
Ardent, We Produce) 


LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 

Capitol Records Dist. Corp.* 

3061 Fletcher Drive 
Los Angeles 90065 
Mark Lee 

(Apple, Angel, Capitol, Harvest, Island, 
Melodiya, Seraphim, Shelter, Tower, 
Zapple, Purple) 


LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 

Chapman Dist., Co. 

1212 Albany St. 

Los Angeles 90015 
Al Chapman 385-3636 
(Alwin, Eiffert, Bible Voice, Canaan (Re- 
ligious) Calvary, Camden, Creative 
Resources, Creative Sound (Religious), 
Crystal, Buddah, Capitol (Religious 
only), Christian Faith, Columbia (Reli- 
gious only), Cabot, Childrens Rec. 
Guild, Conversaphone Lang, Cricket 
(Religious), Decca (Religious), DJ, Dic- 
tation Disc, Discovery, Disneyland, 
F.E.L. (Religious), First Foundation, Hil- 
top. Happy Time, Hollywood Lutheran, 
Jim, JC. Living Language, Monitor Mo- 
tivation, Music Minus One, Peter Pan, 
Pickwic, Gateway Language, Light (Reli- 
gious), Heartwarming (Religious), RCA 
(Religious), Sword (Religious), Su- 
preme, Quadrum, Ranwood, Young Peo- 
ple’s Records, Word (Religious) Zonder- 
van (Religious), Good News, Marana- 
tha, Vista, Myrrh, Orion, Genesis, Waiki- 
ki, Lanb & Lion, Avant Garde) 

TAPE: (Word-8 tr.) 

CASSETTE: (Cabot, Canaan, Conversa- 
tion, Heartwarming, Lang, Living Lan- 
guage, Gateway Language, Word) 
RELIGIOUS-8 tr. & CASSETTE: (RCA, 
Columbia, Decca) 

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 

Creative Sound 
6922 Hollywood Blvd 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

Robert C. Cotterell 461-4941 
(Sonrise, Creative Sound, Good News, 
One Way, Maranatha, Oak, MM/Campus 
Crusade, Discovery, Mark, Destiny) 

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 

Festival Record Dist. 

2769 W. Pico Blvd. 

Los Angeles 90006 
John Filcich 737-3500 
(Ace of Clubs, Alector, Amadeo, Alngeli- 
cum, Apon, Arab Tunes, Avoca, B&F, 
Balkan, Bareneiter, Bruno, Cambridge, 
Canary & Parakeet, Children’s Rec. 
Guild, Colonial, Coliseum, Conversa- 
phone, Dana, Dyer-Bennet, Eterna, 
Eurotone, Folkraft, Gregorian Institute, 
Harmonia Mundi, Haydn Society, 
Helios, IMF, Kismet, Lyrichord, Music 
Library, Nina, Russell, Spoken Arts, 
Standard, Steno, Speed, Stinson, Tikya, 
Ultraphone, Young People’s Rees, 
Foreign Folk & Int. Imports, From 
Around The World). 


LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 

MCA Distributing Corp. 

6750 Santa Monica Blvd 

Los Angeles, Calif. 90038 

Buck Stapleton, Sam Passamano 

463-7126 

(Decca, Coral, Kapp, MCA, Uni & Vo- 
calion) 


LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 

Musical Records Co.* 

2958-2960 W. Pico Blvd. 

Valentin Velasco 737-0937 

(Musart, Peerless, Eco, Costeno, Discu- 
ba) 

TAPE: (Costeno, Discuba, Musart, Peer- 
less) 


LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 

Record Merchandising 
1525 S. Berendo 
Sid Talmadge 385-9161 

(A&M, Accent, Actual, All Platinum, Al- 
pha, Areospace, Argo, Arhoolie, Artie, 
Audio Fidelity, Audio Rarities, Audrey, 
Avco, Aware, B B B, Bang, BASF, Bell, 
Beverly Hills, Big Tree, Bil-Mar, Black 
Forum, Black Jazz, Blue Thumb, Blues 
Classics, Brunswick, Cadet, Caedmon, 
Candy, Chain, Chart, Checker, Chess, 
Chirp, Chisa, Contemporary, Crested 


Butte, Curnon, Daisey, Dana, Deiite, 
Deluxe, Dial, Dionn, Dooto, Dore, Dou- 
ble Shot, Douglas, Dubtone, Ebony 
Sound, Era, Everest, Archive of Foik, 
Archive of Gospel, Archive of Piano, 
Legacy, Period, Scala, Counterpoint, Es- 
coteric. La Comedie Francaise, Cetra, 
Tradition, Fania, Fantasy, Fiesta, Filthy 
McNasty, Folkways, Fontana, Fungus, 
49th State, G G, Galazy, Gambit, Gator, 
Gee, General Artist, Glades, GNP Cres- 
cendo, Good Medicine, Good Time Jazz, 
Gordy, Gospel, Gospel Truth, Gramm, 
Grecophon, Heavy Duty, Hi Fi, High- 
land, Hob, Hollywood, Horoscope, Im- 
press, Increase, JMI, Jamie, Janus, Jay 
Walking, Jewel, Joliet, Jordon, Juno, 
King, Lawton, Life, MF, MPS, Mx, Main- 
stream, Mandala, Maple, Mark 56, 
Mega, Mercury, Milestone, Mommouth 
Evergreen, Money, Moore, Mothers, Mo- 
town, Mowest, Nashville, Natural 
Resources, Neptune, Note of Gold, 
Nugget, Obe, Ode, Original Sound, Ova- 
tion, Pacer, Painted Smiles, Par Tee, 
Paula, Pelicon, Perception, Phi! La, Phil- 
iDS, Philly Groove, Pip, Post, Prestige, 
Project 3, Pye, Radnor, Rain Tree, 
Ranwood, Rare Bullet, Rare Earth, Red- 
lite, Republic, Respect, Request, Right 
On, Rocky Road (Carousel), Ronn, 
Roulette, Royal American, RTV, Savoy, 
Scepter, Shout, Smack, Smash, Son- 
day, Soul, Springboard, Stang, Stany- 
on, Starday, Starla. Sundi, Sun, Moon, 
Stars, Supreme, Tahiti, Talking Ma- 
chine, Tamla, Target, Thimbie, Thun- 
derbird, Top & Bottom, Toy, Tre-De 
Records, Trip, Triune, Tumbleweed, 
Turbo, 20th Century, Twine Night, USA, 
Vegas, Vertigo, Vip, Virgo, Waikiki, 
Wand, Westbound, World of Jazz, Z.T.S. 
Enterprises, Today) 


N. HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 

CTI Distributing Co- 
7071 1/2 Vineland Ave. 

North Hollywood, Calif. 91605 
213-982-0900/213-875-0979 
Bob Ursery, Branch Manager 
CTI, Kudu, Salvation, Three Bros., Met- 
ronome) 


SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 

Capitol Records Inc. 

2670 Leavenworth St., Suite 302 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Larry Binns 771-3210 
(Angel, Apple, Capitol, Crazy Horse, 
Fame, Harvest, Melodiya, 1-2-3, Sera- 
phim, Tower, Capitol of the World) 
TAPE: (Angel, Capitol, Harvest, Apple) 


SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 

Columbia Records Sales* 

Wharfside Suite 424 
680 Beach Street 
San Francisco 94109 
Chuck Inman 771-8550 
(Columbia, Date, Epic, Fillmore, Harmo- 
ny, Monument, Odyssey, Philadelphia 
International, RAK, Spindizzy, Master- 
work Audio Products, Mums, Douglas, 
Sound Stage 7, Invictus, Stax, Volt, En- 
terprise, Koko, Ardent) 


SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 

Festival Record Distributors 
161 Turk Street 
San Francisco 94102 
Ed Kremers 775-3434 
(Ace of Clubs, Alector, Amadeo, Alngeli- 
cum, Apon, Arab Tunes, Avoca, B&F 
Balkan, Bareneiter, Bruno, Cambridge, 
Canary & Parakeet, Children's Rec. 
Guild, Colonial, Coliseum, Conver- 
saphone, Dana, Dyer-Bennet, Eterna, 
Eurotone, Folkraft, Gregorian Institute, 
Harmonia Mundi, Haydn Society, Heli- 
os, IMF, Kismet, Lyrichord, Music Li- 
brary, Nina, Russell, Spoken Arts, Stan- 
dard, Steno Speed, Stinson, Tikya, Ul- 
traphone, Young People’s Rees, Foreign 
Folk & Int. Imports From Around the 
World) 


Record Dist. 
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independent Music Sates, Inc, 

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San Francisco 
Jack Soiinger 626-5494 
(Archive, Archive of Folk Music, Archive 
of Gospel Music, Archive of F-’ianc Mu- 
sic, Bach Guild, Bethlehem, Beverly 
Hills, Big Tree, GSF, Brother, Bruns- 
wick, Berlitz, Cadet Canyon, Cardinal 
Cetra, Checker, Chess, Concert Disc, 
Counterpoint, Ecology, ESP, Everest, 
Everyman, Eastbound, First Amend- 
ment, GRT, Glades, Hi Fi, Increase, 
Jamie, Janus, Kent, King, Laff, Laurie, 
Legacy, Phi!-La-Of-Soul. President, 
Scala, Sou! Clock, Sundi, Top & Bot- 
tom, Tradition, Vanguard, Westbound, 
Amos, Ardent, Bell, Bold, Carousel, Dei- 
ite, E.S.T., impress, Increase, PhiiSy 
Groove, Right On, Sunlight, Toy, 
Starday, Ala, ABKCO, Balck Jazz, 
Bridges, Be!!, Ovation, Red Coach, Fun- 
gus, BASF, Deiite, Dakar, Happy Fox, 
Myrrh, Light, Weirdworld, Rocky Road, 
Spark, Temponic, Ham) 

TAPE: (Vanguard, ESP, ABKCO, Glades, 
Berlitz, BASF) 


SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 

London Records of Calif. SP® 

680 Beach St. 

San Francisco 
Sales Mgr.-CairroS? Littlejohn 
(Avco, Argo, Brut, Buddah, Buena 
Vista, Charisma, Cobblestone, Candide, 
Custom, Coliseum, Das Alte Werk, Dis- 
neyland, Deram, Groove, Merchant, Hi, 
Hot Vi/ax, Kama Sutra, London, 
L’Oiseau-Lyre, MAM, Music Merchant, 
Parrot, Phase 4, Playboy, Pavilion, 
Pace, Richmond, Stereo Treasury, Skye, 
Sussex, Threshold, Teiefunken, T-Neck, 
Turnabout, Vox, London International, 
U.K.) 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 

M.C.A. Records* 

22 Battery St., #914 
San Francisco ( 94111 ) 

Mick Brown 441-1881 

(MCA, Decca, Kapp, Uni, Vocalion) 

SUN VALLEY, CALIF. 

U.D.C., Inc.* 

11330 Sherman Way 


(U.D.C., Inc. con’t) 

Len Chapman — Emeil Petrone 
213-765 9650 

(Blue Note, U.A. Latino, United Artists 
Fame, Brown Bag, Deutsche Grammo 
phon, Polydor, Spring, Event, Poppy 
Mediarts, Abbott, Avalanche, Imperial 
Liberty, World Pacific, Brownstone, Sol 
id State, MGM, L & R, Mine, MGM/Ver 
ve, Verve, Verve Celebrity Series, Verve/ 
Forecast Series, Amaret, Barnaby, Gold 
en Archive Series, Jolly Rogers Records 
King Leo Series, Lion, Pride, Romar 
Sounds Of Memphis, Stormy Forest 
Sunflower, MGM/South 
TAPE: (United Artists, Polydor) 


COLORADO 


DENVER, COLO. 

ABC Record & Tape Sales Corp.* 

4675 Kinston Street 

Robert S. Gracek (303) 343-7822 

(Disneyland, Vista, Scepter, Bamboo, 
Bunky, Hob, Mace, Wand, Vanguard, 
Bach-Guild, Everyman, YaZoo) 

DENVER, COLO. 

Columbia Records Sales 
104 Fillmore 
Suite 218 

Al Bergamo & Mark Hartley 
303-321-2690 

(Columbia, Epic, Phila. International, 
Spindizzy, Monument) 


DENVER, COLO. 

Davis Sales 
4555 Kingston 
Denver, Colorado 

Larry Davis, Gilbert Allen 344-0880 

(A&M, Cartwheel, Dore, Musicor, Nug- 
get, Paramount, Plantation, RCA, SSS 
Int’l. Tip Vanguard) 

TAPES: (Ampex, GRT, Mercury, Musi- 
cor, Plantation, RCA, Scepter, SSS 
Int’l.) 


DENVER, COLO. 

Pan American Record Supply 
77 Kalamath Street 
Lou Oxman 255-2021 

(Abet, Actuel, Aden, Agape, Audio Arts, 
Audio Fidelity, Audio Gospel, Audio Rar- 
ities, Basf, Bethlehem, Beverly Hills, 
Black Circle, Black Jazz, Cadet, 
Caedmon, California, Canyon, Cart- 
wheel, Checker, Cherry Red, Chess, 
Childrens record guild, Contemporary, 
Creed, Crescendo, Debut, DeLuxe, Del- 
mark, Dictation Disc, Disneyland, Dis- 
po, Dionn, Dooto, Earthquake, Erin, Eu- 
phoria, Evergreen, Seebro Racks, Excel- 
lo, Fania, Fantasy, Federal, Finer Arts, 
Folkways, Fraternity, Forty Ninth State, 
Galaxy, Gator, GMI, GNP, Good Time 
Jazz, Gospel Truth, Guyden, Heavy 
Duty, Hickory, Hi Lo, HIP, Hollywood, 
House of Orange, Jamie, Jewel, Josie, 
JWS, Karate, Kent, King, Laff, Living 
Language, Look, Mankind, Metro Coun- 
try, Mia, Miss Betty, Money, Mo’Soul, 
Mobile Fidelity, Monmouth, Mpingo, Mr. 
G. Mutt & Jeff, Nasco, Nashboro, Nash- 
ville, Ovation, Parallax, Paula, People, 
Phil La Of Soul, Prestige, Prestige, 
Pride, Project 3, Respect, Ronn, RRG, 
Sermon, Shue, Silver Dollar, Society For 
Forgotten Music, Soft, Soul Clock, Soul 
Power, Specialty, Stardom, Sundi, 
Testament, TRX, Valberst, Vector 4, 
Vic-Tim, Voice of Country, W Hit, Word, 
Young People Records.) 

TAPE: (All Tape lines) 


DENVER, COLO. 

Record Sales Of Colorado 
855 Inca Street 
Denver, Colorado 80204 
Manager- — Robert Krug — 

(303) 572 8597 

(Motown, Gordy, Soul, Tamla, Rare 
Earth, Mowest, Chisa, Natural Resour- 
ces, Chess, Checker, Cadet, Increase, 
Janus, Westbound, East Bound, Beverly 
Hills, Buddah, Brut, Charisma, Cobbles- 
tone, Curtom, Hot Wax, Kama Sutra, 
Music Merchant, Pace, Pavilion, Skye- 
Buddah, Sussex, T-Neck, All Platinum, 
Stang, Astroscope, Vibration, Turbo, A- 
1 ) 


DENVER, COLO. 
Transcontinental Distr. Corp.* 
1111 So. Platte River Drive 
Ed Cook, Branch Mgr. 
303-733-7203 


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LA’s Finest Distributor 

Manufacturers' Inquiries Most Welcome. 

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1212 South Albany Los Angeles, Calif. 90015 

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(Trans. Dist. con’t) 

(Affinity, Amos, Bell, Blue Rock, Calla, 
Chart, Eastbound, Evolution, Fontana, 
GRT, GWP, Janus, Limelite, Mercury, 
Original Sound, Page One, Perception/- 
Today, Philips, Philly Groove, Roulette, 
Smash, Stereo Dimension, Big Tree, 
Rocky Road, Westbound, Cadet, Check- 
er, Chess, Dial, Jay Walking, Kingston, 
Landmark, Mister Chand, Moonsong, 
Pye, Peachtree, Sonday, Tico, Triune, 
Athena, 20th Century, Ranwood, Tele- 
general, Vertigo, Virtue) 


DENVER, COLO. 

U.D.C. Inc.* 

2186 So. Holly Street 
Suite #102 
Denver, Colorado 90222 
(Blue Note, U.A. UA Latino, Polydor, 
D66, Spring, Brownstone, Poppy, An- 
them, Fame, Avalanche, Event, People, 
Silver Blue, MGM) 


CONNECTICUT 


EAST HARTFORD, CONN. 
Columbia Records Sales* 

60 Washington St-, Suite 805 
Philip Balsam— 203-522-7151 

(Columbia/Epic, Custom Labels) 


EAST HARTFORD, CONN. 

Seaboard Distributors* 

275 Park Ave. 

Marv Ginsburg 289-9361 
All Platinum, Bang, Bell, Bold, Bruns- 
wick, Cadet, Checker, Chase, Deluxe, 
Deiite, Dial, Disneyland, Fantasy, GSF, 
Glades, Golden, Janus, Mega, Mercury, 
Milestone, Musicor, Neighborhood, 
King, Original Sound, Perception, Post, 
Phillips, Philly Groove, Plantation, 
Ranwood, Roulette, Scepter, Smash, 
Stang, Starday, Sun, Takoma, 20th 
Century Fox, Vanguard, Vista, Volt, Dot, 
Dore, Bluethumb, Paramount, Avco, Big 
Tree, Dakar, GMI, GNP, Increase, Play- 
boy, Prestige, Westbound) 


WASHINGTON, D.C. 


WASHINGTON, D.C. 

District Records, Inc. (RJ)* 

2146 24th Place N.E. 

Ed Tauber, Vice Pres. 

Clyde McElvene, Sales Mgr. 

(See Schwartz Bros. Washington, 
D„C.) 


WASHINGTON, D.C. 

Schwartz Brothers, Inc. (RD)* 

2146 24th Place N.E. 

Aubrey Moore, Gen. Mgr. 

Jerry Jacobs, Sales Mgr. 

Promotion Directors: John Lam, Danny 
Davis, Abe Guard, Gerald Bowie, Bob 
McKenzie, John Powell, Vernon Thom- 
as, Bob Ducibella 

(20th Century, Aero-Space, AA, An- 
them, All Platinum, A & J, Authentic, A 
& M, ABC, A & I, Accent, Ala, Ace of 
Hearts, Alegre, Amos, ANKH, APT, 
Abet, Ace, Audio Fidelity, Audio Arts, 
Audio Treasury, Athena, Astro Sonic, 
Actuel, Astroscope, Avco, Audio Gospel, 
Avante Garde, Aware, Bang, Agape, Ala- 
ga, Alithia, Bell, Black Forum, Black 
Circle, Bethlehem, Big Tree, Brown Sug- 
ar, Blue Thumb, Bluesway, Blues on 
Blues, Babylon, Brywek, Brother, 
Brunswick, Buena vista Black Jazz, 
BRC, Bee Gee, Blue Candle, Back Beat, 
Bygone, Bold, Bryan, Canaan, Can 
Base, Cadet, Caedmon, Calla, Carole, 
Capsoul, Cardinal, Carousel, Cartwheel, 
Cat, Chart, Checker, Chess, Choir, 
Chisa, Chariot, Chain, Command, Chi- 
aroscuro, Creative Funk, Columbia 
Playtime, Cream, Contemporary, Con- 
noisseur Society, Creed, Country Show 
Case, Cinema Prize, CTI, Crescendo, 
C.R.S., Dakar, Dash, Deluxe, Dicker, 
Dictation Disc, Dial, Disneyland, Dix- 
ieland, DJM, Dore, Dot, Duke, Dyno, 
Dynamo, Dunhill, D.P.G., Elephant, 
Eleventh Hour, End, Ecology, Encoun- 
ter, Enjay, Eastbound, Ebony Sound, 
Evolution, Everyman, Excello, Fania, 
Fantasy, Family Production, Fat Back, 
Ford, Federal, Funko, Funk City, Fon- 
tana, Fraternity, Glori, GreenBottle, 
Glades, Galaxy, Gee, GMI, Golden, Gos- 
pel Truth, Grass Roots, Grape, Green 
(con’t next left) 


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Cash Box — July 7, 1973 



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539 W. 25th St., New York, N.Y. 10001 • (212) 255-8350 
Phil Wesen, Branch Mgr. • Frank LaRocca, Asst. Mgr. • 
Ted Wolff, Sales & Promotion • Mike Milrod, Milt Fried- 
man, Promotion. 

Covering Metropolitan New York, Newark, N. J. 



LONDON RECORDS OF CALIFORNIA, INC. 

(San Francisco Division) 

680 Beach St., San Francisco, Calif. 94109 • 

(415) 441-6333 

Carroll Littlejohn, Branch Mgr. • John Barbis, Promo- 
tion. 


LONDON RECORDS MIDWEST DISTRIBUTING 
CORP. 

6363 Gross Point Rd., Niles, III. 60648 • (312) 647-0410 
Mel Kahn, Branch Mgr. • Stan Meyers, Asst. Mgr. • 
Erwin Barg, Paul Diamond, Promotion. 

Covering Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin. 

LONDON RECORDS MIDWEST DISTR. CORP. (Ohio 
Division) 

653 Alpha Dr., Suite 19, Highland Heights, Ohio 44143 • 
(216)461-6770 

Bud Rieland, Branch Mgr. • Jack Nimersheim, Hank 
Zarembski, Promotion. 

Covering Ohio, W. Virginia, Kentucky, Pittsburgh. 


Covering California. 

LONDON RECORDS SOUTHEAST DISTR. CORP. 

695 Miami Circle, N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30324 • 

(404) 266-0110 

Cy House, Branch Mgr. • Ed Jarman, Sales Mgr. • Ted 
Vee, Promotion. 

Covering Georgia, Alabama, Eastern Tennessee. 

(Charlotte-Resident Personnel) 

Ed Nuhfer, Promotion • Randy McCoy, Phil Morgan, 
Sales. 

Covering North Carolina and South Carolina. 


LONDON RECORDS OF CALIFORNIA, INC. 

13306 South Halldale Ave., Gardena, Calif. 90249 • 
(213) 770-8200 

Godfrey Dickey, Branch Mgr. • Stu Marlowe, Sales 
Mgr. • Del Roy, Promotion. 

Covering California. 

(Denver-Resident Personnel) 

Joe Triscari, Promotion • Bob Baker, Sales. 
Covering Colorado, Wyoming, Utah. 


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180 First Ave., Needham Heights, Mass. 02194 • (617) 
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Lenny Gordon, Branch Mgr. • Lou Maglia, Asst. Mgr. • 
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(Schwartz Bros, con’t) 

Mountain, Golden Crest, Good Time 
Jazz, Gordy, Gospel, GRT, GWP, GSF, 
Gaia, Heartwarming, Good fvledicine, 
Harlem Sounds, Harlem Hitparade, 
Heavy Duty, Heart & Soul, HOP!, Hon- 
ey, Hollywood, HOB, Horoscope, HSH, 
increase, jamboree USA, Janus, Jazz 
Trip, Jewei, Impress, juggernaut, JWS, 
Jack Music, Job, Internationa! Brother- 
hood, Jay Walking, Instant, Just Sun- 
shine, JMI, Kenwood, Kaymar, King, 
Kalossa, Kudu, Laff, Lakeside, Laurie, 
Lawton, Let’s Pretend, Lost Weekend, 
Lewis, Light, Limelight, Living Lan- 
guage, Look, Loadstone, Mace, Mantra, 
Mankind, Mainstream, Mardi Gras, 
Maylnn, Maple, Mega, Mercury, Merry, 
Music Master, MX, Metro Country, 
Milestone, More, Million, Muse, Mobile 
Fidelity, Mowest, Moon Song, Mo-Soul, 
Mr. Fox, Motown, Musico, Musiccr, 
Mandaia, Mantis, Mr. Chand, Mpingo, 
Metronome, Myrrh, Natural Resource, 
Masco, Nashboro, Nashville, Nectar, 
Neptune, Neighborhood, Norfolk Sound, 
North Bay, Odax, Ovation, Original 
Sound, ODE, Orbit, OBE, Painted 
Smiles, Page One, Papa Joe, 
Paramount, Partee, Paula, Peacock, 
Perception, Phillips, Philly Groove, Pip, 
Plum, Plantation, Pickwich, Pony, 
Prestige, Probe, Pendulum, Project 3, 
Pye, Playboy, Peanut Country, Rainy 
Wednesday, Rocky Road, Ranwood, 
Redd Coach, Rock Masters, Rare Earth, 
Rare Bird, Randy, Redd Foxx, Respect, 
Regent, Roadshow, Right-On, Sire, 
Ronn, Ronze, Roulette, Ref-O-Ref, Sire 
Sabor, Sonday, Spark, Savoy, Scepter, 
Sky Disc, Seague, Stop Sib, Show Bix, 
Shout, Scarab, Sharp, Smash, Sound 
Pak, Rampage, Soul House, Soul, Spe- 
ciality, Stereo Dimension, Strata East, 


i Stardom, Stone Lady, Starday, Stang 
I SSS International, Songbird, Soul Pow 
I er, Steed, Stroud, Sunlight, Sun, Su 
preme, Salvation, Target, Tamla, Seven 
ty Seven, Sound Plus, Thimble, Thun 
derbird, Tico, TK Production, Today 
Toy Tumbleweed, Turbo, Toddlin Town 
1 Tiffany, Trip, Triune, Tri-Us, Twinlight 
USA, Vaya, Virgo, Vegas Music Int, Vil 
iage Sounds, Vibrations, Vanguard, Ver 
tigo, Vista, Volunteer, Wand, Westmin 
ster, Westbound, Whit, Weird World 
Word, Wonderland, Young Peoples Rec 
ord, Zay, Sanzee, Zodiac) 

Tapes: (All Lines) 


FLORIDA 


HIALEAH, FLA. 

Tone Distributors 
495 S.E. 10th Court 
Hialeah, Fla. 33010 
P.O. Box 1447 
Hialeah, Fla. 33011 
(305) 888-1685 
President: Henry Stone 
Vice-President: Milt Oshins 
Gen. Manager: Muriel Stone 
Sales Manager: Bob Perry 
Promotion Dir.: Gary Schaffer 
Promotion: Howard Smiley 
(Abet, Alithia, All Plantinum, Alligator, 
Alston, Anthem, APT, Audio Treasury, 
Avco, Aware, Bang, Bell, Big Tree, Bil- 
Mar, Black Forum, Blue Candle, Blues 
on Blues, Bold, Brownstone, Brunswick, 
Cadet, Calla, Capsoul, Carousel, Cat, 
Chain, Checker, Chess, Cherry Red, 
Chisa, Condor, Creed, Cutlass, Dade, 
Dakar, Dash, Dig, Drive, Duplex Ebony 
Sounds, Enrica, ESP, Excello, Exodus, 
Fania, Ford, Gambit, Geminix, Glades, 
Gordy, Gospel Truth, Grassroots, GSF, 
HOB, Horoscope, Hot Line, Increase, 
Inner City, Int’l Bros., J. City, Jewel, 
KEF, Kent, Kenwood, Kingston, Koko, 


Konduko, Laff, Lawton, Loren, Main- 
stream, MIA, Million, Money, Motown, 
Mowest, My, Nasco, Nashboro, Natural 
Resources, North Bay, Notes of Gold, 
Paula, Peackock, Penny Farthing, Phil- 
La-Of-Soul, Philly Groove, Playboy, 
Rainy Wednesday, Rare Earth, Ref-O- 
Ree, Respect, Rocky Road, Ronn, 
Roulette, Scepter, Scott, Seventy Sev- 
en, Shout, Skydisc, Sonday, Soul, Soul 
Beat, Spark, Stang, Steady, Stone, 
Stone Dogg, Suncut, Sunlight, Tamla, 
Tangerine, Thunderbird, Tico, Turbo, 
20th Century Fox, Twinight, Vanguard, 
Vibration, Weird World, ZEA, Zodiac) 

MIAMI, FLORIDA 
Capitol Records Dist. Corp.* 

7425 N.W. 48th Street 
Jerry Brackenridge, Dist. Sales Mgr. 
(Apple, Capitol, Harvest, Island, Shel- 
ter, Angel, Seraphim) 

MIAMI, FLORIDA 
Columbia Records Sales* 

13145 N.W. 45th Avenue 
Miami 33054 

Bob Beasley 305-685-5631 
(Columbia, Epic, Phila. international, 
Spindizzy, Monument, Douglas, Odys- 
sey, Masterworks, Harmony, Sound 
Stage 7, Mums, Fillmore, Le Cam, New 
Design, RAK, Entrance, Great Western 
Gramaphone, Amber Antique, Gamble, 
Prophecy, Stax, Volt, Enterprize, Koko, 
We Produce, Ardent) 

MIAMI, FLORIDA 
Music Two, Inc. 

7005 N.W. 46th St. 

305-885-8611 
Ralph Starmer, Mgr. 

(RCA, Camden, Red Seal, Victrola, 
Chelsea, Grunt, Metromedia, TMI, 
Wooden Nickel, Flying Dutchman) 
TAPES: Same as Labels 


MIAMI, FLORIDA 
U.D.C., Inc.* 

561 N.E. 79th Street, Suite 235 
Ron Di Domenico 759-1678 
(United Artists, Blue Note, U.A. Latino, 
Liberty, Polydor, Spring, Deutsche 
Grammophone, MGM, Pride) 

TAPE: (United Artists, Polydor, Deut- 
sche Grammophon) 


OPA LOCKA, FLA. 

Music Sales of Florida 
13145 N.W. 45th Ave. 

Opa Locks, Fla. 33054 

Edward L. Schreibman 303-685-7601 

(Ashley, Audio Fidelity, BASF, Beverly 
Hills, Black Jazz, Buddah, Caedmon, 
Canaan, Candida (VO) Chapter One, 
Chart, Checker, Chess, Coliseum, Con- 
temporary, Crescendo, Curtom, Deram, 
Dial, Dooto, Era, Evolution, Fantasy, 
Fontana, Galaxy, GNP, Goodtime Jazz, 
Groove Merchant, Hi, Hi Fidelity, Hicko- 


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Godwin Music Service 

Rack and One-Stop 

Complete Record Service 
: for retailers and operators 


ry, Hot Wax, Kama-Sutra, Ku Du, 
Janus, Lamp & Lion, Let’s Pretend, 
Life, Light, Limelight, Living Language, 
London, MAM, Mercury, Milestone, 
Moonsong, Original Sound, Ovation, 
Pace, Parrot, Pavillion, People, Philips, 
Press, Prestige, Project 3, Randy’s Spir- 
itual, Randwood, Sacred, Savoy, SFM, 
Skye, Smash, Specialty, Springboard, 
Stereoddities, Summit, Sussex, T-Neck, 
Threshold, Trip, TRX, Turnabout, UP 
Front, Vertigo, VOX, Word, A & M, Ode, 
Starday, King, Trius, ESP, Paramount, 
Blue Thumb, Sire, Dot, Eastbound, 
Master Five, Roadshow, Westbound) 


GEORGIA 


ATLANTA, GEORGIA 
ABC/Dunhill Records Branch 
3230 Oakcliff Industrial Street 
Atlanta 30340 

Skip Byrd-Mgr., Lynn Ward-Asst., 
458-8721 

(ABC, Dunhill, Audio Treasury, Impulse, 
Westminster Gold, Bluesway, Com- 
mand, Command Quad, Rangerine, 
Duke, Peacock, Backbeat, Songbird) 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 
Columbia Records Sales* 

35 Executive Park Drive N.E. 

Atlanta 30329 
Don Dempsey 631-4271 
(Columbia, Epic, Date, Fillmore, Ga- 
zette, Kinetic, Harmony, Odyssey, 
Monument, New Design, Phila. Int’l., 
RAK, Spindizzy) 

ATLANTA, GA. 

CTI Distributing Co. 

3166 Oakcliff Industrial Road 
Atlanta, Georgia 30346 
404-458-7006 

Tom Ellison, Branch Manager 
(CTI, Kudu, Salvation, Three Bros, Me- 
tronome) 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 
Godwin Distributing Co.* 

1270 Tacoma Drive, N.W. 

Atlanta 30318 

Arthur D. Godwin 404-351-5110 
(A & R. ABKCO, Ace Of Hearts, An- 
them, BRC, Black Forum, Brunswick, 
Chisa, Citation, Dakar, Dial, Dick-er, 
Dooto, Fontana, Golden, Gordy, Gospel 
(Savoy), Green Mountain, Hob, Intrep- 
id, Laurie, Limelight, Loadstone, Mace, 
Mercury, Mister Chand, Moonsong, Mo- 
town, Mowest, Natural Resources, 
Odax, Philips, Quadran, Randy, Rare 
Earth, Regent, S M, Savoy, Scepter, 
Sharp, Smash, Soul, Specialty, Spec- 
trum-Quad, Springboard, Sun, Tamla, 
Trip, Up Front, Wand, Vertigo) 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 

London Records Southeast Dist. 

Corp.* 

695 Miami Circle, N.E. 

Simon House-— 404-266-0110 
(A&M, Ode, Blue Thumb, Fantasy, 
Prestige, Milestone, Disneyland, Groove 
Merchants Plum, Living Language, 
Renegade, Vox, Turnabout, Candide, 
London, Ashley, Chapter One, Colisse- 
um, Dream, Hi, MAM, Parrot, Richmond 
Opera Treasury Series, Threshold, Lon- 
don Stereo Treasury Series, Orphic Egg, 
Argo, Das Alte Werk by Telefunken, 
Telefunken, L'Oiseau-Lyre, Paramount, 
Dot, Neighborhood, Tumbleweed, Fami- 
ly, Just Sunshine, Sire, All labels on 
Tapes: 8-Tracks, Cassettes, Reel-To- 
Reel, Quadrophonic 8-Tracks.) 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 
Music Two, Inc. 

2316 DeFoor Hills Rd. f N.W- 
404-351-0111 (CTN ext. 271) 

Mike Krause, Mgr. 

(RCA, Camden, Red Seal, Victrola, 
Chelsea, Grunt, Metromedia, TMI, 
Wooden Nickel, Flying Dutchman) 
TAPES: Same as Labels 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 

Southland Records Distributing Co.* 

1073 Huff Road, N.W. 

Atlanta 

Gerald Friedman (404) 351-4821 
Actuel, AH Platinum Group, Arhoolie, 
Audio Book, Audio Fidelity, Bang-Shout, 
BASF, Bell Group, Bold, Buddah Group, 
Chart, Chess/Janus Group, Caedmon, - 
(con’t next left) 


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CTI BRANCHES 

CTI Distributing Co. 

3166 Oakcliff Industrial Road 

Atlanta, Georgia 30346 

404-458-7006/ WATS 1-800-52 1-1310 

Tom Ellison, Branch Manager 

Territory Serviced 

Eastern Tennessee 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Alabama 

Florida 

Memphis 

Western Tennessee 
Arkansas 

CTI Distributing Co. 

3535 Irving Boulevard 

Dallas, Texas 75247 

214-634-8280/WATS 1-800-492-4236 

Bill Shaler, Branch Manager 

Territory Serviced 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

Louisiana 

Southern Mississippi 

CTI Distributing Co. 

31141 John R. 

Detroit/Madison Hgts. Mich 48071 
313-585-0733/WATS 800-521-1310 
Dennis Baxter, Branch Manager 

Territory Serviced 

Michigan 

Ohio 

Indianapolis, Indiana 
Western Pennsylvania 
Western West Virginia 

CTI Distributing Co. 

707 1 Vi Vineland Ave. 

North Hollywood, Calif. 91605 

213-982-0900/213-875-0979 

Bob Ursery, Branch Manager 

Territory Serviced 

California 

Oregon 

Washington 

Idaho 

Montana 

Nevada 

Wyoming 

Utah 

Colorado 

Arizona 

New Mexico 

Alaska 

CTI Distributing Co. 

3001 Hadley Road 

South Plainfield, N.J. 07080 

212-233-5080/201-753-4611 

609-541-4880/215-982-1390 

Lee Levine, Branch Manager 

Territory Serviced 

New York City 

New Jersey 

Eastern Pennsylvania 

Northern Delaware 


INDEPENDENT DISTRIBUTORS 

London Records 
180 First Avenue 

Boston/Needham Hgts., Mass. 02194 

617-444-3690 

Len Gordon 

Territory Serviced 

Maine 

Vermont 

New Hampshire 

Massachusetts 

New York State 

Connecticut 

Rhode Island 

Music Craft 
Box 2839 
636 Queen Street 
Honolulu, Hawaii 96803 

Territory Serviced 

Hawaii 

Schwartz Brothers 
2146 24th Place N. E. 

Washington D.C. 

(Mail To P.O. Box 1012, 20013) 
202-529-5700 
Aubrey Moore 
Territory Serviced 
Washington D C. 

Maryland 

Eastern West Virginia 
Southern Delaware 

M.S. Distributing 
7901 N. Caldwell Ave. 

Chicago/ Morton Grove, 111. 60053 

312-478-1133 

Ralph Kick 

Territory Serviced 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Missouri 

Wisconsin 

Illinois 

Indiana* 

*Not Indianapolis 


INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION 

Argentina 

Phonogram 
Saic Marino 2038 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Australia 

Phonogram Records P.T.Y., Ltd. 

P.O. Box 491 Darlinghurst 
Sidney, Australia 

Austria 

Amadeo Osterreichische Schallplatte 
Untere Donaustrasse 17 
A-1021 Vienna, Austria 

Africa 

Teal Records 

124 President Street 

Johannesburg, South Africa 

Belgium 

Barclay Records 
31 Rue du Lombard 
1000 Brussels, Belgium 

Brazil 

Companhia Rio Branco 

31 1-14 Andar 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

Canada 

CTI Records of Canada Ltd. 

2372 46th Avenue 
Lachine, Quebec 
514-636-8700 

Lou Munson, Branch Manager 

Chile 

Phillips Chelena S.A. 

Felix de Amesti 36 
Santiago, Chile 

Denmark 

Metronome Records 
15 Jydeholman 

DK 2720 Copenhagen, Denmark 

England 

PYE Records Ltd. 

ATV House 

17 Great Cumberland Place 
London W.I.H. 8AA 
England 

France 

R.C.A. 

6 Point des Champs Elipees 

75- Paris 8 

France 

Germany 

Metronome Records Gmbh 
Hameerbookstrasse 73 
2 Hamburg, Germany 

Holland 

Dureco 

Pampuslaan 45 — Postbus 12 
Weesp 

Amsterdam, Holland 


Italy 

R.C.A. Spa. 

Via Liburtina K.M. 12 
Rome, Italy 

Jttmaica 

Dynamic Sound Recording 
15 Bell Road 
Kingston, Jamaica 

Japan 

King Records Co., Ltd. 

12-2 Chome-Otowa 
Bunkyo-Ku 
Tokyo, Japan 

Mexico 

Discos Universailes 
Insurgentes Sur 1877 
Mexico City 20 D.F. 

Mexico 

New Zealand 

Polygram/PhilliDS Records & Rentals, Ltd 
P.O, Box 3517 
Wakefield Street 
Wellington, New Zealand 

Panama 

J.K. Enterprises 
P.O. Box 6654 Zona 5 
Panama, Republic de Panama 

Peru 

El Virrey Industries 
Avenida Panamerica 3551 
San Isidor, Lima, Peru 

Puerto Rico 

All-Art Music Corp. 

639 Tenth Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 10009 

Singapore 

Phonogram Far East Pte., Ltd. 

8th Floor — International Bldg. 

360 Orchard Road 
Singapore 9 

Switzerland 

Metronome Records Ag 
Weberstrasse 5 
CH-S3036 Zurich 
Switzerland 

Venezuela 

Polydor S.A. 

Apartado 5458 
Caracas, Venezuela 

Uruguay 

Phillips Del Uruguay S.A. 

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Montevideo. Uruguay 





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Koala Productions 

Marty Cooper 

Barnaby Records 

Lettermen 

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Al Martino 
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(Southland con’t) 

Crescendo, Delite, Deimark, Dictation 
Disc, Disneyland, Dore, ESP, GSF. 
Glades, Golden, Gospel Truth, GRC, 
Hickory, HSH, JIMI, Jewei/Paula Group, 
Kent Group, King/Starday /Deluxe, Laff, 
Laval, Mainstream, Mega, Muse, Music 
Minus One, Musicor, Nashboro, Original 
Sound, Ovation, Perception/Today, Pro- 
ject 3, Ranwood, Respect, Roulette, 
Royal American, Standard Colonial, 
Seventy-Seven, SSS, Songs of Faith, 
Spark, Stereo Dimension, Takoma, Van- 
guard, Word. 

ATLANTA, GA. 

WEA Distributing Corp.* 

6060 Boat Rock Bivd. 

Bill Briggs 344-4933 
(Warner Bros., Reprise, Atlantic, 
Eiektra, Capricorn, Bearsville, Atco, 
Asylum, Nonesuch, Chrysalis, Alston, 
Pentagram/Viva, Cotillion, Rolling 
Stones, RSO, Clean, Little David) 

NQRCROSS, GEORGIA 
M.C.A. Distributing Corp.* 

6403 Warren Dr. 

Stan Layton-Jeff Scheible (404) 
448-5584 

(Decca, Kapp, UNI, Coral, Vocalion, 
MCA) 

TAPE: (Same) 

SMYRNA, GEORGIA 
U.D.C., Inc- 

2961-D Olympic Ind. Dr. 

Smyrna 30080 

Bob Wilder-Reg, Mgr. — 404-355-9350 
(United Artists, Polydor, MGM, DGG, 
Liberty) 

TAPE: (United Artists, Polydor, DGG) 


HAWAII 


HONOLULU, HAWAII 
Columbia Records Sales* 

765 Amana Street 

Honolulu 96814 

Carl Smith (808) 955-0774 

(Columbia, Epic, Phila. Int’l., Spindizzy, 

Monument, Stax) 

HONOLULU, HAWAII 
Eric Of Hawaii, Inc.* 

2071 S. Beretania Street 

Honolulu 96814 

Irv Pinensky 946-6522 

(ABC, Avco, Bluesway, Buddah, Cream, 

Curtom, Dunhill, Dore, Eiektra, GNP, 

Impulse, Loma, Metromedia, MGM, 

Nonesuch, Pickwick, Polydor, Reprise, 

Stereo Dimension, Trim, United Artists, 

Verve, Warner Bros., Playboy) 

TAPE: (Eiektra, Polydor, Reprise, War- 
ner Bros., United Artists, Ampex) 

HONOLULU, HAWAII 
K & A Distributors* 

2320 S. King Street 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

Don Ayers 941-4485 

(MCA, Coral, Decca, Kapp, Uni, Viva, 

Vocalion) 

(Records and Tape on all lines) 


HONOLULU, HAWAII 
Microphone Music Co.* 

2077 S. Beretania Street 

Honolulu 

Ken Kaizawa 946-1488 
(Atlantic, Atco, Asylum, Cadet, Chess 
Checker, Blue Thumb, Cotillion, Dooto, 
Disneyland, Dot, Embryo, Golden, 
Janus, Jewel, Living Language, Paula, 
Paramount. Ranwood, Roulette, Sire, 
Scepter, Wand, Westbound) 

TAPE: (Atlantic, Asylum, Atco, Cotillion, 
Dot, Dooto, Embryo, GRT Catalog, 
Scepter, Wand, Golden) 

HONOLULU, HAWAII 

Music Craft Distributors of Hawaii, 

Ltd. 

636 Queen Street 
Honolulu 

Walter Y. Kurokawa 533-12223 
(Arcano, Caytronics, Bell, Amos, Big 
Tree, CTI, Kudu, Folkways, Miami, Phil- 
ly Groove, Milestone, Brunswick, Dakar, 
Audio Treasury, Command, Mega, 
Westminster, Happy Tiger, Era, Hickory, 
TRX, King, Agape, Laurie, Bethlehem, 
Hollywood, Starday, Listen & Learn, 
Monitor, Mercury, Dial, Fontana, Lime- 
light, Philips, Smash, Original Sound, 
Polynesian, Prestige, Project 3, Roper, 
SSS International, Plantation, Sun, 
Tradewinds, Falcon, Vanguard, Waikiki, 
Vertigo, Noelani) 

TAPE: (Mercury, Fontana, Limelight, Ar- 
cano, Philips, Smash, Original Sound, 
Project 3, SSS International, Plantation, 
Sun, Prestige, Roper, Tradewinds, Van- 
guard, Caytronics, CTZ, Kudu, Mega) 

HONOLULU, HAWAII 
Nylen Bros. & Co., Ltd-* 

820 So. Beretania Street 
Honolulu 

Ed Nielsen 538-1171 
(A & M, Black Forum, Caedmon, Con- 
temporary, Fantasy, Galaxy, Good Time 
Jazz, Gordy, Hana-Ho, Hi Fi-Life, HUI, 
Lehua, Mahalo, Makaha, Motown, Mu- 
sic Minus One, Ode, Rare Earth, Soul, 
Black Jazz, Tamla, Ovation) 

TAPE: (Cartridges & Cassettes — A & M, 
D.G.G., Archive, Cetra, Fantasy, Galaxy, 
Heliodor, Motown) 

HONOLULU, HAWAII 

South Seas Record Distributors, 

Inc.* 

2979A Koapaka St. 

Honolulu, Hawaii 96819 

808-847-4077 

William B. Tallant, Jr., Pres. 

(Capitol, RCA, London, Abkco, 49th 
State, Tahiti, Chinese) 


ILLINOIS 


CHICAGO, ILL. 

Heilicher Bros, of Chicago* 

2623 N. Pulaski Rd. 

Chicago, III. 60639 
Rich Kudolla 312-342-6600 
(Avco, Bang, Caedmon, Dial, Everest, 
Fontana, GSF, GNP-Crescendo, Lawton, 
Limelight, Mercury, Musicor, Phillips, 
Prestige, Roulette, Smash, Sunra, Ver- 
tigo) 


CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 
Seebro Products Co. 

2416 S. Michigan Avenue 
R. Siegal-3 12-842-8221 

(Design, Diplomat, Golden, Happy 
Time, Peter Pan, Pickwick, Rocking 
Horse, Scripture, Tifton, Seebro Record 
Cases, Seebro Record Racks) 

TAPE: (Scotch, Highlander, Seebro 

Tape Racks) 


CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 
United Record Distributors* 

1827 S. Michigan Ave- 
Ernie Leaner, Billy Leaner 
(312) 225-6605 

(A- Bet, Audio Arts, Audio Gospel, 
Creed, Excello, Gospel, Kent, Kenwood, 
Laff, Laval, Modern, Nashboro, Right 
On, Savoy, Mankind, Stone Dog, North 
Bay, Shout, Gospel Truth, Gospel Cor- 
ner, Alithia, Ala, Archives Of Jazz, Spe- 
cialty Respect, Partee, Proverb, Stroud, 
Steady) 

TAPES: (All Labels) 


DES PLAINES, ILL. 

WEA Distributing Corp.* 

2489 S. Wolf Road 
(Des Plaines) 

Vic Farad, 298-3100 
(Warner Brothers, Reprise, Bearsville, 
Capricorn Chrysalis, Pentagram/Viva, 
Kwanza, Eiektra, Nonesuch, Raft, Coun- 
tryside, Atlantic, Atco, Asylum, Finnad- 
ar, Cotillion, Rolling Stones, RSO, 
Clean, Little David, Alston) 


ELK GROVE VILLAGE, ILLINOIS 

ABC/Dunhill Records Branch 

120 King Street 

Elk Grove Village 60007 

John Conner-Mgr,, Tom Lucas-Asst. 

439-9700 

(ABC, Dunhill, Audio Treasury, Impulse, 
Westminster Gold, Bluesway, Com- 
mand, Command Quad, Tangerine, 
Duke, Peacock, Backbeat, Songbird) 


MORTON GROVE, ILLINOIS 
M. S. Distributing Co.* 

7901 N. Caldwell 

Morton Grove 

Ralph Kick 478-1133 

(Bell, Big Tree, Carousel, CTI, Dore, 

Era, Kudu, Laurie, Metronome, Money, 

Philiy Groove, Pye, Redd Foxx Rocky 

Road, Salvation, TCB) 

TAPE: (CTI, Kudu, Metronome, Redd 
Foxx, Salvation, TCB) 


MORTON GROVE, ILLINOIS 
U.D.C., Inc.* 

7901 Caldwell 

Morton Grove 

Bob Jacobs. Regional Mgr. 

312-478-1133 

(Blue Note, Solidstate, Imperial, Liber- 
ty, Tale Spinners, United Artists, Veep, 
Minit, U.A. Latino, World Pacific Jazz, 
Anthem, Avalanche, Mediarts, Poppy, 
Good News, Fame, Polydor, Spring, 
Event. People, Brownstone, Soul Class- 
ics, Deutsche Grammophon, Living 
Language) 



S DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 


1073 Huff Road, N. W. 

Atlanta, Georgia 30318 (404) 351-4821 
Gerald Friedman, President 
Randy Sanders, Sales Manager (LP’s) 
Miss Gwen Kesler, Sales Manager (45's) 
Steve Begor, Promotion 
Jeff Lee, Tapes 


NILES, ILLINOIS 
Capitol Records, Inc. 

6401 Gross Point Road 
Niles, 60648 
312-647-8338 

Dennis White District Sales Mgr. 

(Angel, Apple, Capitol, Harvest, Island, 
Melodiya, Seraphim, Shelter, Tower, 
Zapple) 

NILES, ILL. 

London Records Midwest Dist. Corp.* 
6363 Gross Point Road 
Niles, III, 

Mel Kahn 647-0410 

(Buddah, Cobblestone, Curtom, Eleu- 
thra, Hot Wax, Music Merchant, Kama- 
Sutra, Pavilion, Sussex, T-Neck, Skye, 
Living Language, Mega, Target, 
Ranwood, Vanguard, Beach Guild, 
Cardinal, Everyone, Vox, Candida, Turn- 
about.) 

SKOKIE, ILLINOIS 
Columbia Records Sales* 

5404 West Touhy Avenue 
Skokie 60076 
Mert Paul 463-0900 

(Columbia, Epic, Columbia Custom La- 
bels, Quad) 

8-Track, Cassette and Reel-to-Reel 
Tape. 

SKOKIE, ILLINOIS 

M. C. A. Distributing Corp.* 

7440 North Frontage Road 

Skokie, Illinois 

Anthony Ignoffo 674-9860 

(Decca, Kapp, Uni, Vocalion) Tapes 

Same. 

SKOKIE, ILLINOIS 
Summit Distributors, Inc.* 

7447 N. Linder Avenue 
Skokie 60076 

Gen. Sales Mgr. -Harold Davis 
312-677-1621 

(A & M, ABKCO, Ace Of Hearts, Alliga- 
tor, All Platinum, Arhoolie, Audio Fideli- 
ty, Aware, BASF, Bev-erly Hills, Black 
Jazz, Blue Thumb, Bold, Brunswick, 
Cadet, Cat, Chart, Checker/Chess, Son- 
temproary, Dakar, Delite, Deimark, De- 
luxe, Disneyland, Dot, Eastbound, 
Evolution, Family Production, Fantasy, 
Fiesta, Grecophon, Hickory, Hollywood, 
JMI, Jamie, Janus, Jewel, Just Sun- 
shine, King, Mainstream, Mandala, 
Milestone, Neighborhood, Ode, Ova- 
tion, Paramount, Paula, Phii-La-Of-Soul, 
Playboy, Project 3, Rice, Ronn, Royal 
American, Sire, Soul Power, Soark, 
Springboard, Standard-Colonial, Stang, 
Starday, Takoma, Trip, Tri-Us, Tum- 
bleweed, Turbo, 20th Century, Up 
Front, Vibration, Westbound) 

TAPES: (A & M, ABKCO, BASF, Black 
Jazz, Bold, Fantasy, Fiesta, Jewel, 
Milestone, Ode, Ovation, Paula, Project 
3, Springboard, Standard-Colonial, Trip, 
Up Front, 20th Century) 


INDIANA 


FORT WAYNE, INDIANA 
Tri-State Distributors 
1301 W. Main 
Fort Wayne 

Cliff Ayers Ostermeyer 219-422-1342 

(ABC, All Star, Alto, Angeitone, Ar- 
rawark, Art, Arvee, Atlas, Benevenue, 
Ballad, Bandbox, Bartel', Baton, May, 
Uke, Bee, Beltone, Black Gold, Buddy, 
Buliseye, C & M, Campus, Canary, 
Cape, Cardinal, Chattahoochie, Con- 
tour, Crescendo, Crest, Crossfile, 
Deiden, Desert, DiVenus, Dome, Ebb, 
Emerald Empire, Enterprise 13, Era, 
Excello, Fax, Film City, Flick, Flo-jo, 
Ford, General American, Golden World, 
Harvard, Hi Fi, Hit, Hudson, Hugo, In- 
jun, Jamie, Kean, Kenco, Lincoln, Lin- 
jo, Longhorn, Lucky Four, Marvello, 
Mayhams, Mecca, Miracle, Moon, 
Mosrite, Motif, Motown, Nashboro, 
Neptune, N-joy, Orbit, Peacock, Petal, 
Presta, Prime, RSVP, Rae-Cox, Ram, 
Regel, Reno-Smiley, Robbins, Rando- 
lett, Sabine, Sabre, Sage, Sand, Scolo- 
ron, Serand, Shalomar, Shee, Sylvania, 
Sims, Spinit, Starday, Tamala Tamps, 
Taylor, Twilight, Vanity, Variety, Vita, 
Wagner, Wedge, Wells-DeSett, Westport, 
Paramount, ESP 4, Disk, Fuller Carrie, 
Chytown, Cobra, Alpha, Goldstar, 
Greenco, Infal, A. R. Jerry Guy, 
Lanor, Milage, Plato, Pony, Plamie, 
Raven, Roadrunner, Rimrock, Toma- 
(con’t next left) 


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(All South con’t) 


(Stan's cont.) 


(Tri-State Dist. con’t) 

hawk, Wahoo, Will Zebra, Polly Bee, j 
Visconjon, Star, Blue Creek. I. G. L,, j 
Ro-Ark, Quinvy, M. R, P. Peachtree, j 
Goldband, Big Beat, Truestone, Tawas, j 
New Frontier, K-Ark, Audio Arts, Arch- j 
way, Accent Breeze, Blackbird, Big 
Sound, Capacity, Carrie, Cavern, Celeb- 
rity Circle, Century City, Chante, Con- 
clave, Confederate, Darsn, Deiite, D. 
j., Domino, Dot-Mar, Event, Endever, 
Five-O, Fsfobri, Genesis, Gusman, Hall- 
mark, High Country, insight, Jaiap, 
Jazz, Jessup, Juimar, K. E. F., K-W, 
Kangaroo, Kid, Cuzn, Kanwic, Lasaile, 
Las Vegas, M-Arts, Mickey, Maiinda, 
Millage, New England, Pateifi, Road, 
Pinpoint PubSIc, Plato, R. P. R., Rev, 
Raydar, Riparia d’Oro, Reena, Rimrock, 
Silver Sea!, Tid-Note, Triqde, Three- 
Hills, Valeo, Vesuvius, Vida, Zodiac) 

INDIANAPOLIS, INC 
Music Two, Stic. 

6550 E. 30th St. 

317-635-9000 (CTN ext. VT-584S) 

John Rucker, Mgr. 

(RCA, Camden, Red Seal, Victroia, 
Chelsea, Grunt, Metromedia, TM1, 
Wooden Nickel, Flying Dutchman) 

TAPES: Same as Labels 


INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Sound Classic, inc. 

5550 Progress Road 
Louis E. Randle, Sr. 317-247-8491 
Buena Vista, Caanan, Disneyland, 
Roulette, Heartwarming, Ranwood, 
(Sub. Distr. Al! Other Labels) TAPES: 
(Ampex, Caanan, GRT, Mercury, 

(Sub Distr. Ail Other Labels) 


LOUISIANA 


NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

All South Distributing Corp. 

1924 Lafayette Street 
Mew Orleans 

Henry J. Hildebrand, Jr. 522-1157 
(Abet, Abnak, All Platinum, Alshire, A 
&. M, Amaret, A & R, Arctic, Arhoolie, 
Ashley, Athena, Avco Embassy, Bang, 
Be!!, Beverly Hills, Big Three, Black 
America, Black Forum, Black Jazz, 
Blue Thumb, Brunswick, Buddah, 
Cadet, Caedmon, Calla, Canaan, Car- 
ousell. Checker, Cherie, Cherry-Red, 
Chess, Chisa, Cobblestone, Contem- 
porary, Crazy Cajun, Creed, Crescent, 
Dore, Dakar, Curtom, “D”, Deiite, 
Deram, Deluxe, Dial, Dionn, Disney- 
land, DJM, Dooto, Dot, ERA, Event, 
Evolution, Excello, Family Product, 
Fantasy, Federal, Fontana, Galaxy, 
Gateway, Golden, Good Time Jazz, Gor- 


dy. Gospel, Gospel Truth, Groove Mer- 
chant, Gross, GWP, Hob, Hobbit, Horo- 
scope, Hot Wax, Impress, Index, 
Jamal, Jamie, Janus, Jewel, Jin, Juno, 
Kama Sutra, Kent, Kenwood, Keyloc, 
King, Laff, La Louisiane, Late Night 
Series, Limelight, London, Mace, Mala, 
MAM, Mankind, Mega, Mercury, Mo- 
town, Mr. Chand, Musicor, Nasco, 
Nashboro, Neighborhood, Nat’l, Gen- 
eral, Ode '70, Oak, Original Sound, 
Ovation, Pace, Page One Paramount, 
Parrot, Paula, Phillips, Philly Groove, 
Phil-La-Soul, Pickwick, P. I. P., Planta- 
tion, Pompeii, Press, Prestige, Project 3, 
Prophesy, Pzazz, Ranwood, Rare Earth, 
Right On, Riot, Richmond T. Ser., Ronn, 
Roulette, Royal American, Savoy, Scep- 
ter, Sing, Skyelite, Smash, Soul, Soui- \ 
mate, Specialty, Stang, Starday, Stop, 
Sun, Sussex, Swallow, Tamla, Tiffany, 
Threshold, T-Neck, Top & Bottom, 
Tumbleweed, 20th Century, Twinight, 
Up Front, Vanguard, Vault, Vertigo, V. 

I. P., Vista, Wand, Weed, Westbound, 
Whit, Word) 


NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

MCA Distributing Corp.* 
2475 Canal St., Room 240 
New Orleans 70119 
C. E. Melancon 504-821-5444 
(MCA, Decca, Kapp, Uni) 


NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Seven B. Producing Corp. 

715 Camp Street 

Joe Banashak 581-4253 

(Alon, Arwood, Beautiful, Busy Bee, 

Channel 1, Foggy Mountain, Isle, Soul, 

Silly, Sphere, Wide World, Zonk, Instant, 

Seven B, Tune-Kel, Jazz City) 


SHREVEPORT, LA.* 

Stan’s Record Service 
728 Texas Street 
Shreveport 

Stanley J. Lewis, Ronnie Lewis 
422-7182 

(A & M, ABC, Abet, AGP, A/S, Abbott, 
Abnak, Alaga, Alarm, All Platinum, Al- 
ithia, Alston, Amaret, American Play- 
boy, Ampex, Anthem, Apple, Apt, 
Arden, Astroscope, Atco, Atlantic, Ava- 
lanche, Avco Embassy, BASF, Back 
Beat, Bang, Barnaby, Bayou, 
Berasville, Bee Jay, Bee Gee, Bell, Big 
Tree, Black-Falcon, Blue Fos, Blue 
Note, Blue Thumb, Blues Unlimited, 
Bluesway, Brown Bag, Brownstone, 
Brunswick, Buddah, Brut, Cadet, Calla, 
Canaan, Carousel, Capitol, Capricorn, 
Cartwheel, Cat, Chart, Checker, Chess, 
Chimneyville, Chisa, Clintone, Colum- 
bia, Cotillion, Crescendo, Curtom, Dak- 
ar, Decca, Deiite, Deluxe, Deram, Dial, 
Dig, Dionn, Disneyland, Dome, Dore, 
Dot, Douglas, Duke, Dunhill, Duo, Dy- 
namo, Elektra, Embyro, Epic, Eleuth- 
eria, Enterprise, Entrance, Event, Evo- 
lution, Excello, Fame, Family Produc- 
tion, Fantasy, Federal, Flashback, Fon- 
tana, Fungus, GRT, Galaxy, Gamble, 
Gambit, Goldband, Golden, Gordy, 
Grunt, Happy-Tiger, Hi, Hickory, Horos- 
cope, Hot Wax, House of Fox, Impact, 
Imperial, Impulse, International, Int’l. 
Artist, Intrepid, Invictus, Island, Jamie, 
Janus, Jay Walking, Jewel, Jet Stream, 
Jin, Joint Effort, JMI, Josie, Jubilee, 
Kama Sutra, Kapp, Kent, King, Kirsh- 
ner, Ko Ko, Kudu, La Louisianne, Lan- 
or, Laurie, Law-ton, Lewis, Liberty, 
Lionel, Little David, London, Luna, 
Mainstream, MAM, Mankind, Mega, 
Memphis, Mercury, Metro-Country, Me- 
tromedia, Mikim, Mister Chad, Modern, 
Monument, Motown, Mowest, Music 
Merchant, Musicor, Mandala, Mango, 
Million, Mums, Muse/Onyx, Jolly Roger, 
Just Sunshine, Kenwood, Laff, Living 
Language, Milestone, Neighborhood, 
Nasco, National General, Neptune, New 
Design, New Miss, Nocturne, North 
Bay, Nugget, Oak, Ode, Oldies, Original 
Sound, Phil. Int’l., Papa Joe, 
Paramount, Parrot, Paula, Pentagram, 
People, Perception, Phil La Soul, Phil- 
lips, Philly Grove, Pip, Plantation, Play 
Boy, Polydor, Pompeii, Prestige, Pride, 
Prize, Probe, Pulsar, Ranwood, Rare 
Earth, Red Lite, Redi-Soul, Ref-O-Ree, 
Renegade, Reprise, Rice, Right-On, Rol- 
ling Stones, Rocky Road, RSO, Ronn, 
Roulette, Royal American, Scepter, 
Seventy-7, Shelter, Shout, Silver Fox, 


Sire, Skye, Smash, Solid State, Sonday, 
Soul, Soul Clock, Sound Stage, Special- 
ty, Spectrum, Spring, SSEXX, Stang, 
Starday, Stax, Steady, Fifty States, 
Steed, Stone Flower, Stone Way, Stop, 
Stormy Forest, Sugar Hill, Sun, Sun 
Flower, Sussex, Swallow, Sound of 
Memphis, TMI, Tamla, Tangerine, Tar- 
get, T-Neck, Today, Top & Bottom, 
Tower, T-Rex, Trip, Turbo, Twinight, 
Sound of Memphis, Triune, Tri-Us, 
Tumbleweed, 20th Century, Uni, 
United Artist, Up-Tight, VIP, Vanguard, 
Venture, Verve, Vista, Volt, Victor, 
Wand, Warner Bros., We Produce, 
Westbound, Whit, White Whale, Wide 
World, Win or Lose, Windfall, Wooden 
Nickel, Word, World Pacific Jazz, Yew, 
Zodiac, Zay) 

SPIRITUAL LABELS: (Nashboro, Hob, 
Gospel, Creed, Choise, Gospel Corner, 
Chess, Duke, King, Speciality, Peacock, 
Revival, Savoy, Songbird, Sharp, 
Canaan, HSE, Light (Word), Rainbow, 
Jewel, Myrrh (Word), Randy, Jim, 
Nashboro, Sacred (Word), Songs of 
Faith, Steeple Gospel) 


MAINE 


PORTLAND, MAINE 
Commercial Dist. 

8 Somerset Street 

V. Harry Moaradian (207-775-5362) 
(ABC, A & M, Atco, Atlantic, Buddan, 
Capitol, Columbia, Decca, Derham, 
Dunhill, Elektra, Fantasy, Gordy, 
Janus, Kapp, Liberty, London, MGM, 
Monument, Motown, Musicor, 
Paramount, Parrot, Reprise, Warner 
Bros., RCA, Also Distributor of all sub- 
sidiaries of above label). 

TAPE: (Distributor for all major tape 
lines.) 


MARYLAND 


BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 

Capital Records Inc.* 

12111 Parklawn Drive 
(Rockville) 

Baltimore, Md. 

Renny Martini 881-8242 
(Apple, Angel, Capitol, Seraphim, Shel- 
ter, Harvest, Island, Melodiya) 

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 
D & H Dist., Co.* 

Baltimore Washington Industrial 
Park 

8220 Wellmoor Court 
(Savage) 

Balto. 301/792-7000 
Wash. 301/953-3000 
Bud Vogt — Mgr. 

Gerhard Stronkowski — Buyer 

(Distribution — Various) 

(Rack Jobber for all labels 

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 
Marshall-Mangold Dist. Co. 

4805 Nelson Avenue 
Baltimore 

Manny Goldberg 542-7214 

(Disneyland, Pickwick Everest, Al- 
shire, Sunset, Ambassador, Concert 
Disc, Archive of Gospel, Archive of Folk 
& Jazz, Tradition, Counterpart/Eso- 

teric) 

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 
Schwartz Brothers, Inc. (RD)* 

District Records, Inc. (RJ)* 

(See Washington, D. C. for listing). 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

Y-R-S Distributors* 

3123 W. North Avenue 
Earnest Burston 301-566-5400 

(VMP, Genuine, Set Back, Better, HCP, 
Toxan, Barclay, A & T, Mabel Hood, 
Reginald, Terrell, Bar-Bare, Aquarius, 
Lynn, Gospel Train, Shiptown, DPG, 
Soulworld, Stoneway, Earlywax, Spirit 
Concept) 


Record Dist. 
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IN THE SOUTH 
it s ALL SOUTH 

FOR ALL BRANDS OF RECORDS & TAPES 
AND ALL TYPES OF ACCESSORIES 

ALL SOUTH DISTRIBUTING CORP. 

1924 Lafayette St., New Orleans, La. 

Henry Hildebrand, Jr. (504) 522-1157 





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COLUMBIA, MB. 

WEA Distributing Corp. 

Baltimore/Wa s h i rsgt© n Otfi ce: 

Ridgely Bldg. 

5575 Sterretf Place 
Columbia 21044 
(301) 385-0719 

(Warner Bros, Reprise, Pentagrarn/Viva, 
Bearsviiie, Loma, Chrysalis, Elektra, 
Nonesuch, Atlantic/Atco, Finnadar, Rol- 
ling Stone, R. S. 0., San Francisco, 
Asylum, Cotillion, Clean, Little David, 
Capricorn, Embryo, Prophesy, Sign- 
post) 

LAN DOVER, MARYLAND 
The Jos. M. Zamoiski Co..* 

8201 Ardwisk-Ardmore Rd. 

Jerry Steinberg- — 301-322-2000 
(Aishlre, Ampex, Artie, Audio Rarities, 
B, A. S. F., Beverly Hills, Brut, BSL, 
Buddah, Cactus, Chapter One, Char- 
isma, Cherry Red, Chiaroscuro, 
Chicorel, Coliseum, Curtom, Dana, De- 
light, Deram, Dictation Disc, Disney- 
land, Dooto, Fiesta, First Amendment, 
Fungus, Hi, Hot Wax, House of 
Forange, House of Fox, Jamie Guyden, 
Jed, Jub al, Juno, J. L. B., Jay City, 
Jay Walking, Kama Sutra, Kent, Laff, 
London, MAM, Marina, Merlin, MOC, 
Mother, Oak Ridge, Orphic Egg, Parrot, 
Pavillion, Phase Four, Phil La of Soul, 
Pip, Pleasure Records, Poison Ring, 
Press, Redd Foxx, Red Lite, Republic, 
Richmond, Royal American, Seville, 
Shanon, Stouncot, Stereo Treasury, Su- 
per K, Sussex, T. C. B., T Neck, Tern 
Ponic, Threshold, Tifton, Top Bottom, 
Tribe, Triune, Vigor, Warren) 


*NARM member 


SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND 
Columbia Record Sales* 

8720 Georgia Avenue 

Silver Spring 20910 

George N. Deacon (301) 587-500 

(Columbia, Epic, Phila, Int’l., Spindiz- 

zy, Monument, Stax/Volt, Columbia, 

Custom Labels) 

TAPE: (Columbia, Custom Labels, Epic, 
Harmony, Stax/Volt, Phila. Int’l.) 


WHEATON, MARYLAND 
U.D.C., Inc.* 

11151 Veirs Mill Road 
Wheaton 

Arthur GeiSes 946-7242 
(Blue Note, U.A. Latino, United Artists, 
Liberty, Polydor, DGG, MGM, Verve, 
Lion, Pride) 

TAPE: (United Artists, Polydor, DGG) 


MASSACHUSETTS 


BOSTON, MASS. 

Disc Distributors, Inc.* 
19 Ledge Hill Rd. 

West Roxbury 
Jack Sager 327-1234 
(Motown Group) 


BOSTON, MASS. 

London Records New England Dist. 
Corp.* 

180 First Avenue 

Needham Heights 

Lenny Gordon — 617-444-3690 


BOSTON 

(London Records con’t) 

(Boston Area — Easter Mass., Rhode Is- 
land, New Hampshire, & Maine. Bud- 
dah, Brut, Charisma, Cobblestone, Cur- 
tom, Eleuthera, Hot Wax, Kama Sutra, 
Music Merchant, Pace Pavilion, Skye, 
Sussex, T-Neck, Groove Merchant, Mer- 
cury, Connoisseur Collection, Dial, Fon- 
tana, Limelight, Message, Mr. Chand, 
Moonsong, Philips, Philips Imports, 
Smash. Vertigo, Virtue. 

(ALL AREAS: All of New England & Up- 
per New York State — Caedmon, CTI, 
Kudu, Metronome, Salvation, Three 
Brothers, Disneyland, Buena Vista, 
Vista, London, Ashley, Best, Bonus Pak, 
Chairman, Chapter One, Coliseum, 
Deram, Felsted, Garpax, Greenwich 
Gramophone, Hi, Hi Country, Mach, 
MAM, MOC, Opera Treasury Series, Par- 
rot, Phase Four, Press, Renegade, Rich- 
mond, Seville, Shell, SPQR, Stereo Trea- 
sury Series, Terrace, Threshold, Tribe, 
U.K., London Import, Argo, Das Alte 
Werk, L’Oiseau-Lyre, Telefunken, Lost 
Nite, Crimson, Project 3, Vox, Candide, 
Music Masters, Super Majestic, Turna- 
bout, Vox Boxes, Vox Singles, Vox Spe- 
cial Products.) 

(Upper N.Y. only: Living Language.) 


BOSTON, MASS. 

Music Suppliers Inc. 

77 Wexford St. 

Needham Heights, Mass. 02194 
Harry Carter, Gordon Dinerstein 
617-444-9310 

(ABC, Ampex, Avco, Bluesway, Dunhill, 
Impulse, Laurie, 20th Century Fox, 
Vanguard, Westminster) 

TAPE: (Ampex) 


BOSTON, MASS. 

U.D.C., Inc. 

31 St. James Avenue/Suite 510 
Boston 02116 

United Artists-Billie Lee Horn 617-423- 
2634 

Polydor-Don Masters-617-426-4739 

MGM-Paul M aged-6 1 7-426-4668 

(United Artist, Polydor/DGG, MGM, 
Brown Bag, Bluenote, Poppy, Avalan- 
che) 

TAPES: (United Artist, Polydor/DGG, 
Brown Bag, Bluenote, Poppy, Avalan- 
che) 


MEDFORD, MASS. 

WEA Distributing Corp.* 

282 Mystic Avenue 
Don Dumont 391-5600 

(Warner Bros., Reprise, Bearsviiie, 
Capricorn, Kwanza, Brother, Racoon, 
Chrysalis, Loma, Pentagram, Viva, At- 
lantic, Atco, Asylum, Cotillion, Capri- 
corn, Embryo, Clean, Little David, 
Prophsey, RSO, San Francisco, Sign 
Post, Win Or Loose, Rolling Stone, 
Chimneyville, Allston, Elektra, None- 
such, Countryside, Dandelion) 

NEWTON, MASS. 

MCA Dist. Corp. 

233 Needham Street 

Box 249 

Newton, 02164 

Sam Mercurio 617-244 7294 

(MCA Records, Decca, Coral, Vocalion) 

Records & Tapes 


WALTHAM, MASS. 

Columbia Records Sales* 

470 Totten Pond Road, 4th Floor 
Waltham 02154 
George Ryan 890-3914 
(Columbia, Harmony, Masterworks, 
Odyssey, Epic, Amber Antique, Ardent, 
De-Vel, Douglas, Enterprise, Fillmore, 
Gamble, Great Western Gramophone, 
Invictus, Koko, Monument, Mums, New 
Design, Okeh, Phila. Int’l., Prophecy, 
RAK, Sound Stage 7, Spindizzy, Stax, 
Volt, We Produce) 


WOBURN, MASS. 

ABC/Dunhill Records Branch 
6 Henshaw Street 
Woburn 01801 

Paul Brosseau-Mgr., Herb Hirsch-Asst. 
935-7450 

(ABC, Dunhill, Audio Treasury, Impulse, 
Westminster Gold, Bluesway, Com- 
mand, Command Quad, Tangerine, 
Duke, Peacock, Backbeat, Songbird) 


WOBURN, MASS. 

Music Merchants of New England, 
Inc.* 

Woburn 

Pres- — Howard Ring 

Sales & Gen. Mgr. Wm. Gilbert 
617-935-6160 

(A & M, Abet (Nashboro), Alligator, 
Amos, Audio Fidelity, BASF, Bell, Bever- 
ly Hills, Black Jazz, Blues on Blues, 
Blue Thumb, Bert & I, Big Tree, Carou- 
sel, Chiaroscuro, Chess, Checker, Con- 
temporary, Cream, Colonial, Creed, 
DJM, Delite, Dore, Dot, Encounter, Evo- 
lution, ESP, Excello, Fantasy, Family 
Prod., Fiesta, Grecophone, Green Bot- 
tle, Galaxy, GRT, GSF, King, Increase, 
Impress, Janus, Kenwood, Living Lan- 
guage, Mainstream, Monmouth Ever- 
green, Mega, Milestone, Nashboro, 
Neighborhood, Original Sound, Ode, 
Ovation, Paramount, Pathways of 
Sount, PIP, Project 3, Plantation, Poi- 
son Ring, Prestige, Post, Philly Groove, 
Prop, Pye, Ranwood, Roulette, S.S.S., 
Standard, Sunlite, Sun, Starday, Stereo 
Dimension, TCB, Thunderbird, Trip, 
Tumbleweed, Vanguard, Westbound, 
Wet Soul, World Jazz) 

TAPES: (A&M, Abkco, Cherry Red, Colo- 
nial, Fantasy, Fiesta, Grecophone, GSF, 
GRT, Living Language (Cass. Only:, 
Mega, Memorex, Original Sound, Ode, 
Prestige, Standard, Thunderbird) 


MICHIGAN 


DETROIT, MICH. 

Capitol Records Dist. Corp.* 

550 East Mandoline St. 

(Madison Heights) 

Walter Lee — 583-9600 
(Capitol, Angel, Seraphim, Apple, Is- 
land, Shelter, Harvest) 

DETROIT, MICH. 

CTI Distributing Co. 

31141 John R. 

Detroit Madison Hgts. Mich 48071 
313-585-0733 

Dennis Baxter, Branch Manager 

(CTI, Kudu, Salvation, Three Bros., Me- 
tronome) 


DETROIT, MICH. 

Merit Music Distributors, Inc.* 

15780 Schaefer 
Detroit 48227 

John H. Schlee — Larry Rochon 
272-8390 

(A & M, Black Forum, Calla, Gordy, 
Hob, Jamie/Guyden, Phil-La, Listen & 
Learn, Rare Earth, Steno Disc, Tamla, 
Vip, Wand, Wild Bird Songs, Natural 
Resource, Black Jazz, Ovation, 
Roulette, Perception/Today, Music 
Minus One, Berlitz, Motown, Soul, 
Mowest) 

TAPE: (A & M, Gordy, Motown, Soul, 
Tamla, Rare Earth, Black Jazz, Mowest, 
Ovation, Ode) 

ACCESSORIES: (Amberg, Armpfile, Ar- 
tistic, Athena, Capitol, Fidelitone, Le- 
Bo, Lu Van, Mallory, Memorex, Metro, 
Mura, Scotch, Sonic, 3-M, Reibles, 
Woodside Graphics) 

EQUIPMENT: (Cartrivision, Panasonic) 


OAK PARK, MICH. 

Cadet Distributing Co., Inc. 

13380 Capital Ave. 

(Oak Park) 

Harry Levin 548-3171 

(Specialty, Dooto, N.F., Good Time 
Jazz, Contemporary, Klondike, Derry, 
Drummond) 

TAPE: (Ampex, Columbia, Apple, Atco, 
Atlantic, Epic, United Artist, RCA, Pick- 
wick, Scepter, GRT, Decca, Motown, A 
& M Epic, Mercury, Warner Bros., 

Reprise) 


SOUTHFIELD, MICH. 

Columbia Records Sales* 

24681 Northwestern Highway 
Suite 32 

Southfield, Michigan 48075 
John Kotecki-Branch Mgr. 

(313) 354-0470 

(Columbia, Epic, Odyssey, Masterwork, 
Harmony, Monument, Sound Stage 7, 
Fillmore, Rak, Douglas, Barnaby, Kirsh- 
ner, Philadelphia Int’l., Thunder, Great 
Western Gramophone, Invictus, Amber 
Antique, Gamble, Spindizzy, Stax, Volt, 
Enterprize, Koko, We Produce, Ardent, 
Prophecy, T-Neck, De-Vel, Mums) 

(con’t next left) 


Washington • Maryland 
Virginia* West Virginia 

★ Complete Catalog Distribution 

★ Complete Sales and Promotion Coverage 

★ Next Day Delivery 

★ Promotions Available on Records & Tape 

★ Complete Racking Program 

The Jos. M. Zamoiski Co. 

8201 Ardwick-Ardmore Rd., Landover, Md. 20785 * (301) 322-2000 
JIM LAVIS, Gen. Mgr. Rack Jobbing Div. * JERRY STEINBERG, Gen. Mgr. Distributor Div. 


MET RICHMOND LATIN RECORD SALES INC. 

“Tit* Largest Selection of Spanish IP’s in U.S.A.” 

1637 Utica Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. Tel: (212) 253-4600 

DAVID LAST, Pres. 

Thanks to our Licensees 
for making SEECO Records 
Tops in Latin Music. 


Exclusive Distributors of 

TROPICAL, M n R and SEECO RECORDS 



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*NARM member 


SOUTHFIELD, MICH- 
U.D.C., Inc.* 

24123 Greenfield, Suite 208 
Southfield, Michigan 48075 
Doug Cordes— -8r. Mgr, 

(313) 557-3818, 444-1698 
{DGG, Polydor, Sire, Brownstone, 
Spring, Event, United Artists, Liberty, 
imperial, World Pacific, Jazz Siuenote, 
Solid State, Anthem, Avaianch, Abbot, 
Poppy, Fame, MGM, Lionel L & R, 
Mine, MGM/Verve, Amaret, Verve, Verve 
Cieibrity, Verve/Forecast, Barnaby, 
Golden Archive, Jolly Rogers, King Leo, 
Lion, Pride, Romar, Sounds of Merrs- 
phis, Stormy Forest, Sunflower) 


MINNESOTA 


MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 

Capitol Records Dist. Corp.® 

4010 West @5ih St, 

Pais! Goetz 

(Capitol, Apple, Angel, island, Sera- 
phim, Shelter, Harvest) 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 

Columbia Records Sales* 

4570 West 77th Street, Suite 224 
Robert B. Jamieson 920-8655 
(Columbia, Barnaby, Epic, Fillmore, 
Harmony, Masterworks, Odyssey, Rak, 
Monument, New Design, Sound Stage 
7, Spindizzy, Philadelphia International, 
Douglas, Great Western Gramophone, 
Mums, De Vel, Invictus, Amber Antique, 
Gamble, Prophecy, Kirshner, Stax, Volt, 
Enterprise, Koko, We Product, Ardent) 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 

Heilicher Bros., Inc.® 

Div. of Pickwick Int'l., Inc. 

7600 Wayzata Blvd. 

Minneapolis 

Amos Heilicher — Daniel Heilicher 544- 
4201 

(A & M, ABC, Accent, Affinity, Air, 
Amaret, Amos, Amsterdam, Athena, Au- 
dio Fidelity, Audio Treasury, Avante 
Garde, Avco, Bang, Bell, Big Tree, Black 
Gold, Blue Thumb, Bluesway, Bold, 
Brunswick, Buddah, Cadet, Calla, Cart 
Wheel, Charisma, Chart, Checker, 
Chess, Chisa, Cobblestone, Curtom, 
Coliseum, Conversaphone, Dakar, De- 
lite, Deram, DJM, Dial, Dore, Dot, 
Dunhill, Dictation Disc, End, Era, Evolu- 
tion, Fantasy, Fiesta, FSR, GNP, GRT, 
GWP, Galaxy, Gamble, Gee, Gordy, 
Gone, Golden Crest, Grecophone, Hi, 
Hickory, Hob, Hot Wax, impulse, In- 
crease, Jamie-Guyden, Janus, Jem, 
Jewel, Kama Sutra, Kapp, Kent, King, 
Laurie, Limelight, Living Language, 
London, Mace, Mankind, Mainstream, 
MAM, Maple, Mega, Mercury, Musicor, 
MGM, Motown, Nashboro, Neighbor- 
hood, Nugget, Ode, Ovation, 
Paramount, Parrot, Paula, Pavillion, 
Perception, Phil-La-Soul, Phillips, Philly 
Groove, P.I.P., Plantation, Playboy, 
Prize, Project 3, Quad Command, Rare 
Earth, Ranwood, Ronn, Roulette, Royal 
American, Rocky Road, SSS, Scepter, 
Smash, Soma, Soul, Starday, Stang, 
Steed, Stereodities, Stereo Dimensions, 
Sun, Sunlight, Sussex, Symposium, 


MINNEAPOLIS 
(Heilicher Bros, con’t) 

T.S., Tamla, T-Neck, Threshold, Thun- 
derbird, Turbo, Tumbleweed, Top & Bot- 
tom, 20th Century, Uni, Vanguard, Ver- 
tigo, Verve, VP, Wand, Westbound) 


MISSOURI 


ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 
Columbia Record Sales* 

100 Progress Pkwy, Suite 135 
(Maryland Heights) 

Dave Swengros 878-4004 
(Columbia, Epic, Phila. International, 
Spindizzy, Monument/Douglas, Odys- 
sey, Masterworks, Harmony, Sound 
Stage 7, Mums, Fillmore, RAK, New De- 
sign, Amber Antique, Gamble, Prophe- 
cy, Stax, Volt, Enterprise, Koko, We 
Produce, Ardent) 

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 
Commercial Music Company* 

1401 North Price Road 
St. Louis 63132 
Alfred L. Chotin 314-997-1800 
(A & M, ABC. Abkco, Alithia, APT, Avco 
Embassy, Audio Fidelity, BASF/MPS, 
Backbeat, Black Forum, Brunswick, Cal- 
ls, Cartwheel, Chain, Chart, Chisa, Cin- 
namon, Command, Creed Dakar, Dana, 
Dial, Duke, Dunhill, Era, Evolution, Fan- 
tasy, Fiesta, Fontana, Galaxy, Gordy, 
Gospel, Groove Merchant, Gusto, GWP, 
Hickory, Hob, Impulse, Janus, Jay- 
Walking, Kent, Mercury, Milestone, Mr. 
Chand, Motown, Mowest, Musicor, 
Natural Resources, Nashboro, Ode, 
Ovation, Peacok, Perception, Philips, 
Pip, Plantation, Project Three, RTV, 
Ranwood, Rare Earth, Right On, 
Roulette, Savoy, Scepter, Smash, Son- 
day, Songbird, Soul, Spark, SSS Inter- 
national, Sun, Tamla, Tangerine, Thim- 
ble, Thunder Bird, Today, Trip, 20th 
Century, Twi night, VIP, Wand, West- 
bound) 

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 
Roberts Record Dist. Co.* 

1815 Locust St. 

Norman Hausfater-314-621-7171 
(Abnak, Accent, Ala., All Platinum, Al- 
shire, American International, Amos, 
Amy, Bach Guild, Bang, Banyon Tree, 
Bell, Bethlehem, Beverly Hills, Big Tree, 
Blue Thumb, Bold, Brunswick, Buddah, 
Buena Vista, Cadet, Caedmon, Canaan, 
Candide, Cardinal, Cartwheel, Centuri- 
an, Checker, Chess, Charisma, Cobbles- 
tone, Coliseum, Cream, Curtom, Cy- 
clone, Deluxe, Deram, Dionn, Disney- 
land, DJM, Dooto, Dore, Dot, Double 
Shot, Eleuthera, Everyman, Family. Fed- 
eral, Glades, GNP Crescendo, Golden, 
Goldwax, Gospel Truth, Green Bottle, 
GRT, GSF, Heart-Warming, Hi, Hot Wax, 
Impact, Increase, Jamie, Jewel, Juno, 
Just Sunshine, Kama Sutra, King, Laff, 
Laurie, Light, Living Language, London 
Look. Mainstream, Mala, MAM, Mega, 
Million, Moonshot, Myrrh, Nashville, 
Neighborhood, Neptune, Norman Nat'l 
General, Original Sound, Oak, Orphic 
Egg, Page, Page One, Paramount, Par- 
rot, Paula, Phil La, Philly Groove, Play- 


D I STIR IBUTORS, INC. 

46-50 54TH AVENUE, MASPETH, N. Y. 11378 

Tlie liii§€S«€i People 

Serving 

NEW YORK, MEW JERSEY, & CONNECTICUT 

Full promotion dept, for ai! 
types of music headed by 
Perry Cooper 

Check ©ur manufacturers for references 
Contact: Barry Goody or Jack Silverman 
(212) 937-5030 


snug 


ST. LOUIS 

(Roberts Records con’t) 
boy, Prestige, Press, Red Fox, Rich 
mond, Ronn, Royal American, Sacred 
Shout, Sire, Starday, Stang, Steed 
Stoneway, Super K Sussex, Target, T 
Neck, Threshold, Top & Bottom, Trea 
sury, Tribe, Turbo, Turnabout, Tumble 
weed, Vanguard, Vista, Vox, Windfall 
Word) 


ST. LOUIS, MO. 

U.D.C. Inc. — St. Louis Branch* 

1815 Locust St. 

St. Louis 
Marty Markowitz 

(Blue Note, Tale Spinners For Children, 
Poppy, Anthem, Avalanche, Abbot, 
Good News, Fame, Polydor, Deutsche 
Grammophon, Spring, People, Brown- 
stone, Event, MGM Romar, MGM South, 
Lion, Pride, Griffin, Amaret, Sunflower, 
Barnaby Verve, Stormy Forest, Verve/ 
Forecast, Jolly Rogers, Sounds Of Mem- 
phis, Silver Blue, Brown Bag) 


NEW JERSEY 


CARLSTADT, N. J. 

WE A Corporation* 

65 Commerce Road 
Carlstadt, N J. 07072 
Don England (212) 868-4330 
(201) 935-3663 

(Warner Bros, Reprise, Atlantic, Etekfra, 
Capricorn, Bearsville, Asylum, Chrysal- 
is, RSO, Atco, Little David, Nonesuch, 
Clean) 


CHERRY HILL, NJ. 

MCA Dist. Corp.* 

1165 Marlkress Rd.- — Box 49 

Cherry Hill, N ,J. 08002 

Bob Speca (609) 424-4430 

(215) WA 2-5659-60 

(MCA, Decca, Uni, Kapp, Vocalion) 


CHERRY HILL, NJ. 

U.D.C. Inc.® 

1001 North Kings Highway 
Suite 111 
Cherry Hill, N.J. 

Jim Moyer — 923-4196 or (609) 667- 
3190 

(Blue Note, U.A. Latino, United Artists, 
MGM, Verve, DGG, Polydor) 

TAPE: (United Artists) 


CHERRY HILL, NJ. 

WEA Distributing Corp.* 

1 Yamaha Drive 
Cherry Hill 08002 

(Warner Bros, Reprise, Pentagram/ 
Viva, Bearsville, Loma, Chrysalis, 
Elektra, Nonesuch, Atiantic/Atco, Finna- 
dar, Rolling Stone, R.S.O., San Francis- 
co, Asylum, Cotillion, Clean, Little Da- 
vid, Capricorn, Embryo, Prophesy, Sign- 
post) 


HILLSIDE, NJ. 

Apex-Martin Record Sales* 

467 Mundet Place 
Hillside, N J. 07205 
Joe Martin, Jerry Cohen 
(201) 923-7474 

(A&M, Alegre, Bang, Bell, Blue Thumb, 
Calla, Carnival, DJM, Dot, Double Shot, 
Duo, Fantasy, Fiesta, Fontans, Galaxy, 
Grecophone, Limelight, Lolo, Mardi 
Gras, Mercury, Nashville, Ode, Page 
One, Paramount, Peachtree, Philips, 
Pbil-La-Of-Soul, Philly Groove, Post, 
Roulette, Smash, Shout, Starday, Tico, 
Top & Bottom, Thunderbird, Vertigo, 
Virtue, Volume, Playboy, Green Bottle, 
Neighborhood, Twinight, Biues-on- 
Blues, Family, Just Sunshine, Ebony, 
Sound, Alaga, Brunswick, Dakar, Coti- 
que, Fania, Black Falcon, Sunlight, Per- 
ception, Today, Real Thing, Rocky 
Road, Dial, Pip, Bit Tree, Spark, Moon- 
song, Bold, Disneyland, Vista, Pickwick, 
Disco, Tumbleweed, Big Chance, Miles- 
tone, 20th Century, Seventy-7, Right 
on, Sire, Original Sound, De Lite, Red- 
Light, Vigor, Dana, MMO, Alithua, 
Glades, Laurie, Gong, End, Triumph, 
Relic, Jamie, Heart and Soul, Zanzee, J 
& S, Brown Sugar, Mr. Chand, Weird 
World, Blue Candle, Cat, Green Moun- 
tain) 


(New Jersey con’t) 

ROCKAWAY, NEW JERSEY 
Music Two, Inc. 

Green Pond Rd. 

201-627-2400 (CTN ext. 255) 

Jack Stank, Mgr. 

(RCA, Camden, Red Seal, Victrola, 
Chelsea, Grunt, Metromedia, TMI, 
Wooden Nickel, Flying Dutchman) 


SO. PLAINFIELD, NJ. 

CTI Distributing Co. 

3001 Hadley Road 
South Plainfield, N J. 07080 
2 1 2-233 5080 201 753-461 1 
609-541 -4880/2 1 5982- 1 390 
Lee Levine, Branch Manager 
(CTI, Kudu, Salvation, Three Bros., Me- 
tronome) 


UNION, NJ. 

U.D.C. Inc. 

1835 Burnet Avenue 
Union, New Jersey 
(201) 964-1560 

(United Artist Labels, Polydor Labels, 
MGM Labels) 

TAPE: (U.A., Polydor) 


NEW YORK 


ALBANY, NEW YORK 
Bee Gee Records & Tapes 
P.O. Box 6 
Albany 12110 
Leonard Smith 785-1350 
RECORDS: (Affinity, Alithia, Athena, Au- 
dio Fidelity, Berlitz, Bert & I, Canaan, 
Candide, Chart, Chiaroscuro, Connois- 
seur Society, Conversaphone, Creative 
Sound, Cutlass, Dana, Disneyland, 
Dore, Dyno, ESP Disc, Evolution, Fiesta, 
First Component, Fleetwood, Ford, 
Golden, Grecophone, Hickory, Hotline, 
Jay-Jay, Juno, King, Mega, Music 
Minus One, Musico, Musicor, Nashville, 
Original Sound, Pickwick, Pip, Planta- 
tion, Project 3, RIM RIC, Sacred, 
Starday, Stereo Dimension, S.S.S. Inter- 
national, Takoma, Turnabout, Vox, 
Word, G.M.) 

TAPES: (Audio Fidelity, Ampex Group, 
Berlitz, Canaan, Chart, Conversaphone, 
Dial, Dyno, ESP Disc, Fiesta, First Com- 
ponent, GRT Group, Hickory, Jay-Jay, 
Juno, Mega, Mercury, Musicor, Original 
Sound, Phillips, Pickwick, Plantation, 
Project 3, RIM, Sacred, Smash, S.S.S., 
Starday, Vertigo, Word) 


ANGOLA, NEW YORK 
U-D.C., Inc.* 

316 Roat Drive 
Angola 

Joe Pinter 549-4122 
(Blue Note, Sunset, U.A., Latino, 
United Artists, Polydor, DGG, Spring, 
Event, Poppy, Trip, MQM-Verve, Romar- 
South, Stormy Forest, Griffin-Jolly Rog- 
er, All related U.A. Distributed Lines & 
Affiliates, All related MGM Distributed 
Lines & Affiliates) 

TAPE: United Artists) 


BUFFALO, NEW YORK 

Best & Gold Record Distributors* 

1790 Main Street 
Buffalo 

David Colson 882-0427 

(ABC, A & M, Audio Fidelity, Arc Sound 
Ltd., Aphrodisiac, Artie, Atilo, Autumn, 
Ardent, Airtown, Ashley, Audio Records, 
All Platinum, Artec, Amy, American, Ac- 
tion, Aquarius, Amos Adell I nt. , Brook- 
lyn, Botanic, Back Beat, Blue River, 
Beilina, Big Ben, Buena Vista, Bang, 
Burdett, Baytown, Boom, Big Deal, 
Banyan Tree, Bell, Barry, Bunky, Bud- 
dah, Boone, Blue Onion, Bullet, Buluu, 
Brotherhood, Bazaar, Blue Thumb, Blue 
Angel, Command, Current, Checkmate, 
Challenge, Crusader, Calla, Carnival, 
Curtom, Crest, Circa, CCM Prod., Coun- 
ty Fair, Cobblestone, Crescent, CMB 
Prod. Crimson Chance, Celebrity, Cir- 
cle, Ghartmaker, Cotique, Corby, 
Douglas, Dunhill, Dakar, Disneyland, 
Dynamo, Dooto, Derby City, Duke, Dou- 
bleshot, Dover, Drew, Diver: us. Dear- 
born, Delta, Era, Evolution, ExceSlo, Eu- 
roton-e, E!do, Estill, Elbejay, Expo, Earl, 
Eric, ESP, Event, Fard, Foy, Fiesta, Fed- 
(con’t next left) 


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BUFFALO 

(Best & Gold con't) 

eral. Fury, Focus, Fortune, Guycfen, 
Groovy, Gross, Gospel, Gamble, Guil- 
ford, GRC, GRT, GWP, Grecophon, Gold 
Wax, Harbour, Hollywood, Hot Line, 
High Country, Hob, Hot Wax, Impulse, 
Jerden, Jamie, Jay Jay, Jewel, Jad, 
Karp, Kent, Karen, King, Laurie, Lemon 
Line, Lost Might Like, Modern, Mira, 
Mothers, Mode, Mala, Mainstream, 
Monument Musicor, Money, Mirwood, 
Nashville, New Voice, Paula, Pure Soul, 
Peacock, Pavillion, Phiiiy Groove, Plan- 
tation, Phil La Soul, Original Sound, 
Oren, Probe, Pace, Pepper, Pelnor, 
Post, Poppy, Pompeii, Queen City, 
Ranwood, Rojac, Rod, RPR, Roulette, 
Rontom, Royal American, Sew City, 
Shout, Sphere Sound, Strob, Sure Shot, 
Songbird, Savoy, Stang, Scepter, Suv, 
Shell, Stereoddoties, Skyes, SSS, Spar, 
Share, Sahara, Sue, Stereo Dimension, 
Soma, S & P, Squire, Springboard, 
Sundown, Steel City, Straight, Triangle, 
Take 6, T-Neck, Twinight, Tarp, Thun- 
derbird, Turntable, Tangerine, USA, 
Venture, Vent, Verneil, Vault, Weiss, 
Westbound, Wand, Windy C, Wayout, 
Playboy Records, Avco Embassy, Brun- 
swick, J T Benson, Chart, Cartwheel, 
Cherry Red, Delite, Lizard, Laff, Mas- 
ters, Mega, Nashboro, Ovation, 
Paramount, Perception SS Internation- 
al, Avco, Lawton, Alega, Juke, A/S, 
Milestone, Apt, Ode, Astrocsope, Horos- 
cope, Big Tree, Kama Sutra, Sussex, 
Music Merchant, Brunswick, Stop, Car- 
ousel, Rocky Road, Cutlas, Cartwheel, 
Chart, Dot, Neighborhood, Green Bot- 
tle, Delite, Ebony Sound, Jay City, 
Fania, Grassroots, Goodtime, GSF, 
Groove Merchant, Impress, JMI, Top & 
Bottom, Eastbound, Chess, Checker, 
Cadet, Soul Power, Deluxe, Try Us, Tri- 
une, Metro-Country, Lavel, Laff, Million, 
Rainy Wednesday, Mega, Target, Mer- 
cury, Phillips, Dial, Vertigo, Mankind, 
Aero-Space, Prima, P.I.P., Playboy, Pop- 
pa Joe, SMC, Spark, Segue, Shannon, 
Glades, Toy, Takoma, Custom Fidelity, 
Yardbird) 


| BUFFALO, NEW YORK 
| M.C.A. Distributing Corp. 

Buffalo Branch 
5569 Shero Road 
Hamburg, N.Y. 14075 
Maury Bloom — Sales Manager 
716 852 8318 

(MCA, Decca, Kapp, Uni, Vocalion, Cor- 
al, Records & Tapes) 

SYRACUSE, NEW YORK 
Morris Dist. Co. Inc. 

1153 W. Fayette St. — Syracuse, N.Y. 
Gary G. Podsiedlik 475-6531 
(Pickwick, Vox, Laff) 

TAPE: (Ampex, GRT, Pickwick) 
(Complete one-stop Singles, Little LP, 
Lp's & Tapes) 

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 

Met Richond Latin Record Dist.* 

1637 Utica Ave. 

(Brooklyn) 

David Last 253-4600 
(Seeco, Met Rico, Alma, Norca, BBM, 
New Tone, Progresso, Tres Banderas 
Columbia, Rumba, Prospect, Explorer, 
Colonia, Campeon, Fenix, Sono, Mex, 
Metropolitan, Mona, Amex, Odessa, 
ASA, Reli, Economy, Kasin, Cuica, En- 
canto. Tropical, Ponce, Fitro, Somar, 
BRC, Bronjo, Concert Tapes) 

ELMHURST, NEW YORK 
Columbia Records Sales* 

45-20 83rd Street 
(Elmhurst) 

Paul Smith 898-1900 
(Barnaby, Columba, Date, Epic, Har- 
mony, Odyssey, Okeh, Kinetic, Fillmore, 
T. M. I., New Design, Douglas, Philadel- 
phia International Records, RAK, Spin- 
dizzy, Monument, Entrance) 

TAPE: (Barnaby, Douglas, RAK) 

FLUSHING, NEW YORK 
Worldtone Music, Inc. 

56-40 187th Street 
Flushing, 11365 

Kenneth Spear, Nomi Spear 357-3490 
Stuart Triff (Sales Manager) 



Empire State Record Sales Corp . 
Stands for total distribution 
\ in Sales & Promotion. 


Empire State 

Record Sales Corp 
37-07 Si.. 

Long Island City, 

\ew York 11101 
(212) 361-2700 


FLUSHING, N.Y. 

(Worldtone con't) 

(Balkanton, Le Chant du Monde, Da 
Camera /Sastruphon, Discofil /Swedish 
Society, Eterna/Nova, Helidon Hispa- 
vox/CIa ve, Radio-Television Beograd, 
Societe Francaise du Son, Telestar, 
Valois, Pearl.) 

TAPE: (Hispavox, Chant du Monde, 
R.T.B.) 


LONG ISLAND CITY, N.Y. 

Empire State Record Sales Corp.* 
37-07 35th St. 

Long Island City 
Mel Albert 361-2700 
(Abel, Actual, Adelphi, Alshire, Almalga- 
mated, Ambassador, Ankh, Ariel, Audio 
Inti., Audio Fidelity, Audio Stag, Avant 
Garde, ArHoolie, Audio Phile, Band- 
stand, Berlitz, Bet-Car, Big Band Ar- 
chives, Big Chance, Blues On Blues, 
Blue Goose, Brotherhood, C.D.C., 
Caedmon, Canyon, Cherry Red, Com- 
mand Performance, Contemporary, 
Conversa-Phone, County, Crestview, 
Chiaroscuro, Chart, Delmark, Dictat on 
Disc., Diplomat, Disneyland, Dot, Dou- 
ble Shot, Dyer Bennet, East Bound, 
Eleventh Hour, Eric, Exclusive, Family, 
Fania, Fantasia, Fantasy, First Time, 
Funko, Funky Finger, G..N.P. Golden, 
Golden Crest, Good Records, Good 
Time Jazz, Goody, Greene Bottle, Her- 
win, Hummingbird, Irish Inti., Jamal, 
Jay Walk, Jazz Archives, Jazz Treasury, 
Jazzology, Just Sunshine, Kent, Klavier, 
Lost Nite (Limited) Logos, Mark 56, 
Master Jazz, Milestone, Mine, Mira, 
Mister Rogers, Modern Oldies, Monitor, 
Neighborhood, Noblew, North Star, 
Nostalgia, Original Jazz, Painted 
Smiles, Paramount, Pelican, Peter Pan, 
Phoenix, Phorion, Pickwick, Plain Talk, 
Pod urn, Post, Power, Prestige, Pros- 
cenium, Rainy Wednesday, Rarest Fat 
Waller, Real, Red Sash, Revelation, 
Rim, Riverboat, S.M.C. (sir Charles), 
S.M.C., Sackville, Sounds, Sounds of 
Swing, Springboard, Stanyan, Startone, 
Steed, Straker, Strata-East, Stride, 
Swampfire, Swing Era, Symposium, 
Sunbeam, T.O.M., T.T.C., Takoma, 

Testament, Thimble, Tifton, Tigertail, 
Together, Tucker, Tulip, Tumbleweed, 
U.T.C., United, Up Front, Valon, Vault, 
Vista, Weird World, Whiz, Winley, Wirl, 
Woof, Worth, Yazoo). 

TAPES: (Available in 8 Track: — Audio 
Stag, Berlitz, Cherry Red, Fanian Fan- 
tasy, Funky Finger, Kent, Pickwick, 
Prestige, Springboard, United, Up 
Front, Weird World) 


LONG ISLAND CITY, NEW YORK 
Malverne Distributors, Inc.* 

35-35 35th Street 
Long Island City) 

Al Hirsch, Joe Grippo 392-5700 
(A-Bet, Ardent, Avco, Buddah, Cobbles- 
tone, Creed, Crescent Curtom, Dial, 
Evolution, Excello, Fontana, Gospel, 
Gospel Truth, Hot Wax, Kama Sutra, 
Kenwood, Limelight, Mercury, Music 
Merchant, Nasco, Nashboro, Pace, 
Phillips, Respect, Savoy, Specialty, 
Stereo Dimension, Skye, Sussex, T- 
Neck, GSF, Muse, Perception, Straker, 
Stroud, Trip) 

TAPE: (Avco, Creed, Dial, Excello, Fon- 
tana, Kenwood, Limelight, Mankind, 
Mercury, Nashboro, Phillips, Respect, 
Savoy, Smash, Specialty, GSF, Muse, 
Trip) 


MASPETH, NEW YORK 
SMG Distributors, Inc.* 

46-50 54th Ave. 

Barry Goody, Vice Pres., 

Jack Silverman, Gen. Mgr. 

Jeff Teiterbaum, Buyer, 

Perry Cooper, Promo. 

212-937-5030 

(Abkco, Ampex, Amphion, Archive Of 
Aolk & Jazz, BASF, MPS, Bonnie-Jean, 
Berlitz, Caedmon, Cetra, Coronet, 
Crested-Butte, DCA, Disneyland, Ev- 
erest, Fantasy, Finnadar, Friday, Fun- 
gus, Genie, Golden, Harmonia Mundi, 
La Comedie Francaise Legacy, Mace, 
Milestone, Mother, Oil City, Playboy, 
Prestige, Ralton, Scala, Steady, Tem- 
ponic, Tradition, Tribune, Turnabout, 
Vox, Accessories: Memorex, Watts. 


NEW YORK CITY 
Alpha Distributing Corp. 

20 West End Ave. 

586-6200 

(A & M, Avoca, Bang, Bell Group, Black 
Jazz, Blues On Blues, Disneyland, GNP- 
Crescendo, GRT Group, Alshire Group, 
Hickory, Hob, King Group, Mainstream, 
All Platinum, Stang, Motown Group, 
Monmouth Evergreen, Ode, Original 
Sound, Ovation, Project 3, Request, 
Scepter, Starday, Stella, Tamla, Thun- 
derbird, Vanguard, Westbound) 

(We distribute all manufactured 8 track 
and Cassette Tapes) 


NEW YORK CITY 

Beta Record Dist. Co. Inc.* 

599-10th Avenue 
New York, N.Y. 

John Halonka 239-0440 
(Alithia, Brunswick, BRC, Dore, Dicker, 
Dakar, Dictation Disc, Dooto, Elay, Glo- 
ri, Jersey City, Jewel, Laurie, Lavalle, 
Musicor, Paula, Ronn, Twentieth Centu- 
ry, Vibration, World Jazz) 


NEW YORK CITY 
Big Apple Record Dist. 
663 5th Avenue 
NYC 10022 
VP: Jimmy Northern 
VP: Mike Holbrook 
(World Records) 


NEW YORK CITY 
Capitol Records, Inc. 

1370 Avenue Of The Americas 
New York, N.Y. 

Joe Petrone — PL 7-7470 
(Capitol, Angel, Seraphim, Apple, Har- 
vest, Invictus, Island, Purple, Shelter, 
Tower) 


NEW YORK CITY 
U.D.C.* 

729 7th Avenue 

(U.A., Blue Note, UA Latino, Polydor, 
D66, Spring, Brownstone, Poppy, An- 
them, Fame, Avalanche, Event, People, 
Silver Blue, MGM) 


NEW YORK CITY 
London Record Dist. Corp. 

539 West 25th Street — New York, 
N.Y. 

Manager: Phil Wesen — 255-8350 
Record Buyer: Ted Wolff 
Tape Buyer: Frank La Rocca 
Promo: Milt Friedman 

RECORDS: London, Hi Parrot, Deram 
Groove Merchant, Living Language 
Ranwood, Mega, Two Worlds, Phase 4 
Argo, Ashley, Chapter One, Coliseum 
Das Alte Werk, Delyse, Hi Country 
L’Oiseau Lyre, Mach, Mam, Mega, (Fly 
ing Dutchman), Richmond, Stereo Trea 
sury, Target, Telefunken, Threshold 
U.K. 

TAPES: (A & M/Ode, Abkco Alshire 
Ampex, Audio Spectrum, B.A.S.F., Capi 
tol, Columbia, Coral, C.T.I., Decca 
Dgg, Enterprise, Epic, Fiesta, Golden 
Records, Groove Merchant, Grt, Humor 
sonic, Impulse, Kapp, Kudu, Liberty 
Living Language, Mag Tec, Mega, Mer 
cury, MGM, Musicor, Original Sound 
Paramount, Phase 4, Phillips, Polydor 
R.C.A., Red Foxx, Request, Respect 
Stax, UNI, United Artists, Verve, Volt 
W.E.A., 


NEW YORK CITY 
MCA Distributing Corp. 

445 Park Avenue 
Harry Bass — 759-7500 

(MCA, Decca, Uni, Kapp, (Coral Budg- 
et) — (Records & Tapes) 


NEW YORK CITY 
Olympia Distributors Corp.* 

239 West 18th Street 
Ervin Litkel 212-989-7200 

(Disneyland, Vista, Pickwick, Decca, 
Phono, Vocalion, Harmony, Ambassa- 
dor, Diplomat, Design, Two Worlds, 
Golden, Kelit-Aurora, Galiko) 

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NEW YORK CITY 

(Skyline con’t) 

Sky Disc, Silver Dollar, Speed, S. 0., 
Swamp Dog, Standard Colonial, Star, 
Spark, Tico, Top & Bottom, Third 
World, Toy, T. R., T. C. B, Tifton, Vaya, 
Vee-Jay, Virgo, Vigor, Wild Hare, Winley, 
Yardbird, Zamzee) 

ACCESSORIES: (Le-Bo, IBO) 

NEW YORK CITY 

Supreme Distributing Company* 

1000 Broadway At Court 
Sam Klayman 421-0747 

(ABC, Bluesway, Dunhill, Impulse, 
Original Cast, Tangerine, Westminster, 
Gold, Audio Treasury, Avco Embassy, 
Bell, Philly Groove, Beverly Hills, Bud- 
dah, Curtom, Aleuthera, Flaming Em- 
ber, Hot Wax, Mayfield, Sussex, Thom- 
as, T-Neck, Skye, Caedmon, Chart, 
Cream, Fantasy, Galaxy, Hickory, Jami, 
Top & Bottom, Mercury, Fontana, 
Smash, Odax, Wayside, Vertigo, Musi- 
cor, Dynamo, Original Sounds, Rebel, 
Amazon, Midnight Sun, SSS, Evolution, 
Stereo Dimension) 


WESTBURY, NEW YORK 
Polka Towne Music 
211 Post Avenue 
Westbury 

Teresa Zapolska 516-822-3198 

(Adena, Alshire, Amerpol, Amigo, Am- 
pol, Ardene, Bayway, Bel-Aire, Chicago, 
Cindy, Cuca, ‘‘D:, Dana, Data, Dear- 
born, Delta International, Diplomat, 
Don-Joe, Dyno, Eastwind International, 
Elgin, Eurotone, Fant astik, Fiesta, Gar- 
den State, Glo, Gold, Goodwill, Goral, 
Halo, IRC, IRM, JB, JBL, Jay-Jay, Jody, 
Kay, Kerebo, LKay, Lemans, Li-Dar, 
MGM, Marjon, Maxim, Melodia, Micro, 
Monitor, Muza, No No, Polish Song, 
Polka Towne, Ram, Rave, Ray, Request, 
Resound. Rex, Ridge, Rim, Ridgemoor, 
Rim, Rol, Rola, S&S, Select, Silverbell, 
Sound, Spectrum, Spotlight, Stamco, 
Starr, Steljo, Stella, Studio 5, Sure, 
Tifton, USANA, (Veriton, Vicrom, Vista, 
WAM, YAR) 

TAPE: (8 track) Ampol, Bel-Aire, Chica- 
go, Delta International, Dyno, Eurotone, 
Fiesta, Glo, Goodwill, Halo, IRM, Jay- 
Jay, Jody, Lemans, Monitor, Muza, 
NoNo, Polish Song, Rave, Request, Rex, 
Ridge, Rim, Rola, Roulette, Sound, 
Spotlight, Starr, Steljo, Stella, USANA) 
CASSETTES: (Bel-Aire, Delta Interna- 
tional, Eurotone, Goodwill, Halo, Jay 
Jay, Monitor, Rex, Stella) 


WOODSIDE, NEW YORK 
ABC/Dunhill Records Branch 
47-39 49th Street 
Woodside 11377 

Stan Drayson-Mgr., Pat Martine-Asst. 
786-6255 

(ABC, Dunhill, Audio Treasury, Impulse, 
Westminster Gold, Bluesway, Com- 
mand, Command Quad, Tangerine, 
Duke, Peacock, Backbeat, Songbird) 


NORTH CAROLINA 


CHARLOTTE, N.C. 

Bib Distributing Co.* 

126 W. Morehead 
Charlotte 

Joe Voynow 372-2032 
(ABC, A-S, A.R.C., All Platinum, Avco, 
Bang, Bethlehem, Bluesway, Brunswick, 
Buddah, Chart, Curtom, Deluxe, Dot, 
Double Shot, Dunhill, Fantasy, Hickory, 
HSH, Hob, Hot Wax, Impulse, Janus, 
Jewel, Kama Sutra, Kent, King, Laff, 
Laurie, Mercury, Musicor, Paramount, 
Paula, Peachtree, Phillips, Ranwood, 
Ronn, Ronn, Roulette, Royal America, 
Scepter, Smash, Stang, Steady, Sussex, 
Tangerine, T-Neck, Wand, Wierd. World), 
TAPE: (Ampex, Fantasy, GRT, Heart 
Warming, Hob, Jubilee, Kent, Laff, La- 
val, Mercury, Musicor, Scepter, Smash, 
Wand) 


CHARLOTTE, N.C. 

Mangold Bertos Corp. 

2212 W. Morehead St. 

Charlotte 28208 

Owners: Phil Goldberg/ Herb Weisman 
334-4637 

Buyers: Johnny Bishop/ Dub Plyler 

(Abet, Alitha, American Heritage, 
Aware, Bell, Better, Big Tree, Black 
Forum, Blue Thumb, Brown Sugar, 
Cadet, Cannan, Chart Checker, Chess, 
Cherry Red, Creed, Delite, Dore, East 


CHARLOTTE 
(Mangold con’t) 

Bound, Ebony Sound, Excello, Gordy, 
Gospel, H.S.H., Heartwarming, Impact, 
Increase, Kent, Kenwood, Laff, Luna, 
Mankind, Mega, Motown, Mowest, Nas- 
co, Nashboro, Natural Resources, North 
Bay, Norfolk Sound, P.I.P., Philly 
Groove, Plantation, Ref 0 Ree, Rene- 
gade, SSS International, Savoy, Seventy 
Seven, Soul, Sound of Soul, Specialty, 
Springboard, Sugar Hill, Sun, Rare 
Earth, Rocky Road, Tamla, Target, Trip, 
Together, Up Front, Word) 


CHARLOTTE, N.C. 

U.D.C. Inc. 

1001 South Tryon St. 

Charlotte, N.C. 28203 

Jim Epting — Branch Manager 

(704) 375-9817 

Ron Hart — United Artists Promotion 

Johnny Eldridge— Sales 

Wynn Jackson — Sales 

(United Artists, MGM, Polydor, Brown 

Bag, Deutsche, Grammophon, Blue 

Note, Verve Spring, People) 


OHIO 


AKRON, OHIO 
Twelgren Enterprises, Inc. 

2775 Yellow Creek Rd. 

J. Hugh Macey 836-5591 

(Aqua, Balance, Belco Black Mountain, 
Blue Star, Bogan, Express, Family 
Squares, Flip, Folkraft, Folk Dancer, Go, 
Grenn, HiHat, Hoctor, J Bar L, Jewel, 
Jocko, Kalox, Denno, Kimbo, Lloyd 
Shaw, Longhorn, Lore, Lou-Mac, 
MacGregor, Magic, Mayflower, Mustang, 
National, Niagara, Old Times, Prairie, 
Red Boot, Rockin' A, Roper, Sashay, 
Scope, Sets In Order, Square L, 
Square’N Round, TOP, Wagon Wheel, 
Western Jubilee, Windsor, AFA, Artists 
Life, GEM, Century, Dance Along, Don- 
ro, Dancetime, Fiesta, Fontana, Grenn, 
Hanf, Hoctor, HMV, Oriole, Parlophone, 
Philips, Polydor, PYE, Rainbow, Roper, 
Russell, Saga, SMC, Starlite, Sydney 
Thompson, Telemark, Top, Windsor) 


AKRON, OHIO 
U.D.C. , Inc.* 

114 Tri-County Office Park 
Akron 

Roger Flagler 671-6942 
(United Artists, Solid State, Mediarts, 
Blue Note, Trip, Liberty, Imperial, An- 
them, Fame, Polydor, World Pacific, 
Poppy, Avalanche, Abbott, Talespinner, 
Pacific Jazz, DGG, MGM, Verve) 


BROOKLYN HEIGHTS, OHIO 
UDC, Inc.* 

153 Hayes Drive 
Brooklyn Heights— 44131 
Brent Marcoguiseppe 
216-398-9600 

(United Artists & Affiliates: Blue Note, 
Imperial, U.A. Soundtrack, U.A. Latino, 
Veep, Minit, World Pacific, Pacific Jazz, 
Anthem, Avalanche, Fame, Mediarts, 
Poppy, Brown Bag) 

(Polydor & Affiliates: Spring, People, 
Silver Blue, Event Deutsche Grammo- 
phon, MGM & Affiliates: MGM 

Soundtracks, Lionel, Jolly Rogers, L & 
R Records, Lion, Mine Records, Pride, 
Verve, Romar, Sounds Of Memphis, 
Stormy Forest, Verve/ Forecast, Amart, 
King Leo, Barnaby, Golden Archive 
Series, Griffin, Sunflower. Tapes: United 
Artists & Affiliates, Polydor & Affiliates, 
Deutsche Grammophon) 


CINCINNATI, OHIO 
A & I Record Distributing, Inc.* 

1000 Broadway 
Sam Klayman, Owner 
Charles M. Klayman, Gen. Mgr. 
513-241-7644 

(GRT Group, Chess-Checker-Cadet- 
Janus-Westbound-Eastbound, Scepter 
Wand Hob, Big Tree, Bang, Ronn Jewel 
Paula, Philips, Prestige Milestone, Ohio 
State, Savoy, Vanguard, Brunswick 
Dakar, De-Lite, Starday King Deluxe, All 
Platinum Vibration Turbo Stang A&l, 
T.K. Productions-Glade Chain Bold, 
Playboy, Groove Merchants, Kent, Laff, 
Gospel Truth Partee, Mega Target, AI- 
ithia. Redd Foxx, GSF) 

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NEW YORK CITY 
Skyline Distributing® 

457 West 45th Street 
Bernard Block— Pres. 541-9835 
Frank Bisbano— -Mgr. 

(Ala, Alegre, Archives, Archives of Jazz, 
Arctic, Awake, Aware, Americana, Am- 
bassador, Beverly Hills, Black Gold, 
Black Falcon, Blue Candle, Blue 
Thumb, Big Chance, Borinquen, Bold, 
Bee Gee, Cat, Catamount, Caiia, 
Canaan, Gastello, Caytronics, Colonial, 
Conoisseur Society, Cotique, Cream, 
Creative Funk, De-Lite, Design, Disney- 
land/Buena Vista, End, EGC, Eric, ESP, 
Exitos, Fania, First Amendment, Flady, 
Fog Hill, Fonseca, Fortune, Gambit, 


NEW YORK CITY 
(Skyline Dist. con’t) 

Gee, Ghetto, Glades, Grassroots, Grit, 
Gemma, Happy Time, Heavy Duty, Hil- 
lary / RA, Hi-Q, House of Fox, Harlem 
Hit Parade, Impress, Inca, Jamie- 
Guyden, Johnson, Juggernaut, 
Kubaney, Kilmarnock, Laff, Lewgas, 
Light, Loadstone, Lu-Jun, Lamb, Lion, 
Marina, Mate, Music Minus One, Mo- 
Soul, Myrrh, Nectar, Neliz, Phil L.A. of 
Soul, Pleasure, Peter Pan, Pronto, Par- 
naso, Pickwick, P.I.P., Pony, R.C.A. 
(Latin) Rare Bird, Redd Foxx, Relic, 
Rico, Right-On, Ronze, Roulette, Ruval, 
Seeco, Seventy-Seven, Sound Triangle, 


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Cash Box — July 7, 1973 


FAMOUS PEOPL1 

MAKE 

FAMOUS MUSIC 


Arthur Adams— Blue Thumb 
Kevin Ayers— Sire 
Jack Barlow— Dot 
Bad Bascomb— Paramount 
Baxter— Paramount 
The Brady Bunch— Paramount 
Lyn Christopher— Paramount 
Roy Clark— Dot 
Climax Blues Band— Sire 
Clockwork— Greene Bottle 
Brian Collins— Dot 
Commander Cody 

and His Lost Planet Airmen— Paramount 

The Compton Brothers— Dot 

Coulson/Dean/McGuinness/Flint— Sire 

Howard Crockett— Dot 

The Crusaders— Blue Thumb 

Betty Davis— Just Sunshine 

Tony Douglas— Dot 

Joe Droukas— Sweet Fortune 

Ducks— Just Sunshine 


Paul Evans— Dot 

The Fabulous Rhinestones— Just Sunshine 
Donna Fargo— Dot 
Five Dollar Shoes— Neighborhood 
Focus— Sire 

Billy Gordon— Paramount 

Bobby Gosh— Paramount 

Ray Griff— Dot 

John Herald— Paramount 

The Hey woods— Family Productions 

Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks— Blue Thumb 

Nick Holmes— Just Sunshine 

Hoodoo Rhythm Devils— Blue Thumb 

Paul Humphrey— Blue Thumb 

The Kendalls— Dot 

Judy Kester— Dot 

Morgana King— Paramount 

Dave Kirby— Dot 

Mama Lion— Family Productions 

Marvin, Welch & Farrar— Sire 

Melanie— Neighborhood 


Michael Olatunji— Paramount 

Tommy Overstreet— Dot 

Pointer Sisters— Blue Thumb 

Franck Pourcel— Paramount 

Tom Rapp— Blue Thumb 

Cliff Richard— Sire 

Sue Richards— Dot 

Pat Roberts— Dot 

Bob Sanders— Sweet Fortune 

Ben Sidran— Blue Thumb 

Sleepy Hollow— Family Productions 

Springwheel— Greene Bottle 

Joe Stampley— Dot 

Michael Stanley— Tumbleweed 

Sylvester— Blue Thumb 

B.J. Thomas— Paramount 

Hank Thompson— Dot 

Diana Trask— Dot 

Billy Vaughn— Paramount 

Mike Vernon— Sire 

The Voices of East Harlem— Just Sunshine 
White Elephant— Just Sunshine 


FAMOUS MUSIC CORPORATION 

PARAMOUNT • DOT • BLUE THUMB • FAMILY PRODUCTIONS • GREENE BOTTLE • JUST SUNSHINE 

NEIGHBORHOOD • SIRE • SWEET FORTUNE • TUMBLEWEED 


Distributed by Famous Music Corp. 
A Gulf+Western Company 



CINCINNATI, OHIO 
Capitol Records Dist. Corp. 

(Serviced by Detroit Branch 
(Capitol, Angel, Seraphim., Apple, Is- 
land, Shelter, Harvest) 


CINCINNATI, OHIO 
Columbia Records Sales® 

325 Crew Tower 
Cincinnati 

Bob Ewafd 241-4080 
(Columbia, Harmony, Masterworks, 
Odyssey, Epic, Amber Antique, Ardent, 
De-Vei, Douglas, Enterprise, Entrance, 
Fillmore, Gamble, Great Western 
Gramophone, invictus, Koko, Monu- 
ment, Mums, New Design, Qkeh, Phila- 
delphia international, Prophecy, Rak, 
Sound Stage 7, Spindizzy. Stax, Volt, 
We Produce) 

TAPE: (Columbia, Epic, Ardent, 

Douglas, Enterprise, Entrance, Koko, 
Mums, Monument, New Design, Qkeh, 
Philadelphia international, Spindizzy, 
Stax, Volt, We Produce) 


CINCINNATI, OHIO 
MCA Distributing Corp.* 

1828 Central Parkway 
Cincinnati 45210 

Jack B. Brown Mgr. 513-721-4210 
MCA (Decca, Kapp, Uni, Vocalion) 
TAPES: (Same As Above) 


CINCINNATI - !, OHIO 
Summit Distributors, Inc.* 

Terrace Hilton Bldg. 

15 W. 6th Street 
Cincinnatti 45202 
Larry Blackwell-Sales Mgr. — 
513-241-6361 

(ABKCO, Ace Of Hearts, Alligator, Ar- 
hoolie Audio Fidelity, Aware, BASF, 
Black Jazz, Blue Thumb, Contem- 
porary, Delmark, Dot, Family Produc- 
tions, Fiesta, Good Time Jazz, Greco- 
phon, Just Sunshine, Mainstream, 
Neighborhood, Ovation, Paramount, 
Project 3, Sire, Spark, Springboard, 
Standard-Colonial, Takoma, Trip, Tum- 
bleweed, Up Front) 

TAPES: (AKBCO, BASF, Black Jazz, 
Fiesta, Ovation, Project 3, Springboard, 
Standard-Colonial, Trip) 


j CLEVELAND, OHIO 
! ASC/Dunhili Records Branch 
: 2233 We st 110th Street 
| Cleveland 44102 
j Lou Sicurezza-Mgr. 252-2700 
! (ABC, DunhiSI, Audio Treasury, !m- 
I pulse, Westminster Gold, Bluesway, 

! Command, Command Quad, Tanger- 
| Ine, Duke, Peacock, Backbeat, Song- 
| bird) 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 
Capitol Records Inc.* 

7777 Exchange Street 

Mike Mathewson, Mike Manocchio 

216-534-8200 

(Capitol, Angel, Apple, Island, Harvest, 
Seraphim, Shelter) 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 
Columbia Records Sales* 

Park View Federal Bldg. 

25350 Rockside Road 
Bedford Heights 
216-439-5544 
James Scully, Branch Mgr. 

(Columbia, Epic, Philadelphia interna- 
tional, Spindizzy, Monument, New De- 
sign, Entrance, Douglas, Gamble, Invic- 
tus, Ardent, Sound, Stage 7, Prophesy, 
Great Western Gramophone, Stax, Volt, 
Enterprise, Koko, We Produce, Mums) 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 
MCA Distributing Corp.* 

1721 Superior Ave. 

Bill Green-216-621-9770 
Decca, Kapp, Uni, MCA 


CLEVELAND, OHIO 
Piks Corporation* 

2150 Hamilton Avenue 
696-3155 

(Alaga, Aishire, Bang-Shout, Black Cir- 
cle, Borderline, Bold, Cancer, ESP, 
Gambit, Gemini, Giant Step, Gramm, 
Heavy, Hickory, Humorsonic, Lamarr, 
Luv, M. F. Records, Note, On Records- 
45’s, Original Sound, Ovation, Pacific, 
Artists, Pisces, Powerhouse, PPI, Rare 
Bird, Redd Foxx, Ref-O-Ree, Roker 
Group, Ronze, Saru, Sound, Inc., Stone- 
good, Stone Head, Trash, Verisonics, 
Jenesis, Million, G. V., Bano, The Jazz, 
Dooto, Ala, Laff, Athoscope, Avco Em- 
bassy, Condor, Lakeside, Law-Ton, 
AGP, Amos, Big Tree, Carousel, Crew, 


CLEVELAND 
(Piks Corp. cont’d) 

Cyclone, Page One, Philly Groove, Rye, 
Rocky Road, Show Biz, Talent Associ- 
ates, Windfall, Mega, Show Biz, Target, 
Caprice, Mutt & Jeff, Breakthrough, 
Erotic, Douglas, Nugget, S. M. C., Sky 
Disc, Abkco, A & B, A. G. P., Ala, All 
Platinum, Amos, Artie, Astroscope, Au- 
thenic, Aware, Azetta, Bano, BASF, Big 
B, Big Tree, Black Bold, Breakthrough, 
Can-Base, Caprice, Capsoul, Carousel, 
Carriage, Charisma, Co-Co, Chawa, 
Command Performance, Cord, Cream, 
Crested Butte, Crewe, Cutless, Cy- 
clone, Dawn Universal, Delite, Dingo, 
Doll Dolphin, Erotic, Everyday, Fungus, 
Funko, Genie, Gramm, Grit, G. S. F., G. 
V., Hilltop, Horescope, Ice Pak, Instant, 
Jamie, Jenesis, Kent, Lakeside, Law- 
ton, Lingo, Little Star, Madhatter, Ma- 
ple, Magic City, Maylon, More, Nugget, 
Om, 0. W., Page One, Philly Groove, 
Pip, Pye, Rampage, Right One, Rocky 
Road, Segue, Show Biz, Sky Disc, 
Stone, 77, S. M. C., Solid Foundation, 
Soul Brand, Stang, Stanson, Sweet, 
land, Target, Temponic, Trash, Triune, 
Triumph, Way International, Way-Out, 
Vibration, Vigor, Croca, Condor, Day- 
break, GM, Impulse, Jay Jay, Logger, 
Mantra, ML, More, Quad Spectrum, 
Ronze, Sib, Twibo, Veresonic) 

TAPES: (Ala Tapes, Audio Fidelity Ta- 
pes, Carnival Tapes, Chart Tapes, ESP 
Tapes. Ethnic Tapes, Fiesta-Gracophon, 
Gamble Tapes, Heavy Tapes, Hickory 
Tapes, Humorsonic Tapes, Laff Tapes, 
Livingston Tapes, Musicor Tapes, Ori- 
ginal Sound Tapes, Ovation Tapes, 
Prestige Tapes, Project 3 Tapes, Redd 
Foxx Tapes, Republic Tapes, Rim 
Tapes, Savoy Tapes, Scepter Tapes, 
Sound Tapes, Trash Tapes, Verisonics 
Tapes, Mega Tapes, Dooto Tapes, A & 
R, Fontana, Limelight, Philips, Smash, 
Wayside, Vertigo, Dial) 

Abkco, Aishire. Anco, Anoca, BASH, 
Caedmon, GNP Crescendo, Jay Jay, 
Limelight, Mantra, Million, Philips, 
Prestige, Quad Spectrum, Smash, Tar- 
get, Wayside, Vertigo) 


CLEVELAND, OHIO 
WEA Distributing Corp.* 

4560 Willow Parkway 
Cleveland, Ohio 
271-3900 

Mike Spence-— Regional Branch Man- 
ager 

Fred Katz — Sales Manager 
Mike Dragas— -Promotion Coordinator 
(Warner, Reprise, Capricorn, Bearsville, 
Chrysalis, Kwanza, Viva, Elektra, 
Nonesuch, Countryside, Atlantic, Atco, 
Cotillion, Embryo, Asylum, Aston, RSO, 
Chimneyville, Clean, Ciintone, Little Da- 
vid, San Francisco, Signpost, Win or 
Lose) 


OKLAHOMA 


OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. 
MCA Dist. Corp.* 

1733 Northwest 63rd Street 
Oklahoma City, Okla. 73116 
Troy P. Bowen 843-3635 
(Kapp, Uni, Vocalion, MCA) 


PENNSYLVANIA 


HARRISBURG, PA. 

D & H Distributing Company* 

500 Terminal Road 
David Press, Eugene Diveglia 
(RCA, Ampex, Avco, Buddah, Capitol 
Columbia, Crescendo, OTI, Decca 
Dooto, Epic, Evolution, GRT, Hymn 
tone, Liberty, Mercury, Modern, Mo 
town. Original Sound, Pickwick, Reb 
el, Scepter, Starday, Polydor, Sun 
Plantation, Word, Musicor) 


PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

A & L Distributors Inc.* 

451 Penn St. 

Yeadon 19050 
Albert Melnick, Si Paul 
(215) GR 4-3300 

(Avco, Bell, Big Tree, Cadet, Carousel, 
Conversaphone, Delmark, Betty White 
Dance Series, Language Courses, Steno- 
Speed Courses, DJM, Fantasy, Flash- 


PHILADELPHIA 

(A&L Dist. cont'd) 

back, Galaxy, Kent, Laff, Milestone, 
Mobile Fidelity, Modern, Monitor, Music 
Minus One, Proscenium, Richard Dyer 
Bennett, Philly Groove, Sphere Sound, 
Windfall, Amos, Duke, Peacock, 
Prestige, Bright Orange, ESP, Mile- 
stone, Bert & I, Archive of Jazz, Ber- 
litz, Biograph, E. S. P., Rebel, Ala, 
Creative Funk, Summit, Folk-Legacy, 
Rocky Road, Blarney Castle) 

TAPE: (All labels, All Figurations, Blank 
Tape, T. D. K.-Memorex, C. B. S., 
Equipment Wollensak, Lear-Jet, Hitachi, 
Pioneer, Auto, Mikado, Garrard 
Changers, Cartrivision Film, Accesso- 
ries-Watts) 


PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

CBS Records 

A Division of Columbia Broadcasting 
System, Inc. 

1700 Market Street, 1VB Building 
Suite 2708 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 
Irv Medway LO 7-7601 

(Columbia, Epic, Harmony, Kinetic, Fill- 
more, Odyssey, Barnaby, Okey, Monu- 
ment, RAK, Ode, Date, Phila. Interna- 
tional) 


PHILA., PENN A. 

Chips Distributing* 

2750 N. Broad Street 

Ernie Santone, Mario Dauierio 

226-4600 

(Accent, A & R, Avant Garde, Blue 
Rock, Carole, Carnival, Chart, Dial, Dis- 
neyland, Emarcy, Fidelitone, Fontana, 
GNP (Crescendo), Gamble, Gateway, 
Hickory, Ivanhoe, Limelight, Mercury, 
Mr, Chand, Odax, Ovation, Peachtree, 
Philips, Prize, Rave, Rim, Smash, Stella, 
Super, Suprise, TRX, Vertigo, Vesuvius, 
Vista, Wayside, Fiesta, Savoy, Dooto, 
Project 3, Mega, Beverly Hills, Black 
Jazz, Dana, Ebony Sounds, Gospel G re- 
caption, Lost Nite, Regent, Ric, Royal 
Project 3, Mega, Beverly Hills, Black 
Jazz, Dana, Ebony Sounds, Gospel Gre- 
cophon, Lost Nite, Regent, Ric, Royal 
American, Target) 


PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

District Records, Inc.* 

8040 Roosevelt Blvd., 304 
Stephen Schwartz, Sales Mgr. 

(See Schwartz Bros. — Washington, 
D.C.) 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

David Rosen, Inc. 

851-5 N. Broad St— Philadelphia, Pa. 
19123 

David Rosen, Harry Rosen — CE2. 2907 
(Black America, Brute, Buddah, Char- 
isma, Cobblestone, Colonial, Country 
Road, Curtom, Exodus, Gazebo, Glory, 
Grand, Green Mountain, Hot Wax, Jo- 
Tee, Juggernaut, Kama Sutra, Love, 
Meka, Music Merchant, North Bay, Old 
Gold, Pace, Pavilion, Pony, Right-On, 
Skye, Soul Power, Standard Colonial, 
Sussex, TCB, T Neck, Trip, Up Front) 


PHILA,, PENNA. 

Hitsville of Pennsylvania* 

2750 N. Broad Street 
Ernie Santone 226-4600 

(Gordy, Chisa, Motown, Black Forum, 
Ecology, Tamala, Rare Earth, Soul, ViP, 
Weed, Natural Resources) 

TAPE: (Gordy, Motown, Tamala, Soul, 
VIP) 


PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Scorpio Music Distributors, Inc. 

6612 Limekiln Pike 
Michael Adler 549-5772 

(Overstock, Closeout & Promotional, 
Exodus, Edaphonic, Group Classics, Ev- 
erest, Tradition, Archive, United) 


Record Dist. 


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Press 

A NORM WINTER. TOTEM POLE 
■ 8255 Sunset Blvd , 

23 Hollywood, Cal if. 90046 
* Tel: (213)654-1473 


Representation: 

HOWARD ROSE rra 


® 


Personal Management 

JOHN REID ENTERPRISES LTD 
101 Wardour Street 
London W 1 V 4QD 
Tel: 01 -437-5047/7092 


MOV RECORDS 



*NARM members 


PHILADELPHIA, PA. 


MEMPHIS 


Schwartz Brothers 
8040 Roosevelt glvd. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19152 
215-335-0150 

Manager-— Jim O’Rourke 
ABC, Apt, Audio freasury, Actual, All I 
Platinum, A & 1, Astroscope, Amin, j 
Asha, Audio Fidelity, Avco, Aware, A A, 
Accent. Aries, Ala, Archives of Jazz, 
Agape, AstroSonic, Affinity, Athena, 
Backheat, Blue Jay, Bluesway, Buiuu, 
Bang, Basf, Bee Gee, Brown Sugar, 
Brunswick, BRC, Bethlehem, Bridges, 
Brother. Blue Candle, Bold, Cartwheel, 
Command Quad, Condor, Caedmon, 
Chart, CRS, Crested Butte, Columbia 
Playtime, Contemporary, Choir, Con- 
noisseur Society, Cadet, Checker, 
Chess, Chiaoscuro, Carole, Crescendo, 
Citation, Cat, Chain, Duke, Dunhiil, 
Dakar, Dicker, Daybreak, Desto, DPG, 
Dyno, Dingo, Douglas, Dash, Deluxe, 
Evolution, Era, Enjoy, Eastbound, Ex- 
hibit, Encounter, Fungus, Ford, Fania, 
Funko, Funky, Fun City, Fury, Fraterni- 
ty, Good Time Jazz, Gala, Gambit, 
Gramm, Glori, Golden, Goiden Crest, 
Golgotha, GSF, Good Medicine, Glades, 
Heavy Duty, Head, Harlem Sounds, 
Horoscope, Hot Line, Harlem Hit Par- 
ade, Hilltop, Hob, Hollywood, Impulse, 
Increase, 1m’ Press, Inter 95, Inner 
City, International Bros. Janus, Jay 
Walking, Job, Kaloosa, King, Laff, Liv- 
ing Language, Laurie, Lawton, Lyri, 
Landmark, Look, Let’s Pretend, Maple, 
More, Mx, MPS, Mainstream, Mel-O- 
Mega, Muse, Mace, Musicor, Musico, 
Mandala, Mpingo, Metro Country, Mas- 
ter Five, Merry, Notes of Gold, Norfolk 
Sound, Obe Omen, Onyx. Peacock Pip. 
Playboy, People, Pickwick, Peanut 
Country, Pride. Riverside, Right On, 
Redd Coach, Ronze, Roadshow, Rare- 
bird. Songbird, Ramoage, Redd Foxx 
Rock, Rock Masters, Rainy Wednesday, 
Sure Shot. Sib, Stang, Shout, SFM, 
Sonday, Spectrum, Scarab, Scepter, 
Segue, Sky Disc, SMC, Soul House, 
Shock, Sound Pak, Spark, Starday, 
Tangerine, Turbo, Thimble, Tri-Us, Tri- 
It, TK Productions, Triune, Vibration, 
Vaya, Volunteer, Vegas Music Int., Vox, 
Westminster Gold, Wonderland, West- 
bound, Wand, Weird World World Jazz, 
Zanzee, Zodiac 
TAPES: (All Labels) 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Universal Record Dist.* 

919 N. Broad Street 
Len Rackliff-215 -Ce 2-3333 
(A&M, London, Original Sound, 
Ranwood, SSS International, Vanguard, 
Ode, Paramount, Blue Thumb, Tum- 
bleweed, Family, Just Sunshine Rec- 
ords, Green Bottle, GMI, Jamie, Nash- 
boro, Excello, Creed, Roulette, Thun- 
derbird, Alithia, Delite, Jewel, Paula, 
20th Century) 

PITTSBURGH, PA. 

MCA Distributing Corp.* 

1004 Fifth Avenue 
Pittsburgh 

(Decca, Kapp, Uni, Coral Vocallion, 
MCA) 


PUERTO RICO 


SANTURCE, PUERTO RICO 
Distribuidora National De Discos, Inc. 
Calle Cerra No. 606 
Santurce 

Gilherto Gonzalez Arenas 724-4964 
(ABC, Borinquen, Decca, Dorado, 
Dunhiil, Fantasy, Motown, Polydor, 

Scepter) 

TAPE: (All Labels) 


TENNESSEE 


MEMPHIS, TENN. 

Hot Line Record Distributor, Inc. 

569 Lane Avenue 

Memphis 38105 

J. W. Crudgimton 525-0756 

Abet, Abkco, Actual Aero Space, A. J., 

A. L. A., All Platinum, Audio Arts, Audio 

Fidelity, Audio Gospel, Bang, Blues on 

Blues, Bold, Bright Orange, Brother, 

Candy, Cat, Chain Douglas, Cherry 

Red, Creed, Delite, Deluxe, Dictation 

Disc, Dingo, Dooto, Eastbound, Ebony 

Sounds, Eleventh Hour, Excello, Fan- 


(Hot Line cont’d) 

'easy, Federal, Glades, Golden, Gospel, 
Gospel Time, Gospel Truth, Heartwarm- 
ing, Hollywood, Janus, Jewel, J.M.I., 
Kent, Kenwood, King, Laff, Laval, Jamie 
/Guy den, Mandala, Manking, Maple, 
Marina, Milestone, Mine, More, Musi- 
I cor, Nasco, Nashboro, Nashville, North 
Bay, Oak, Odeon (Import), Original 
Sounds, Partree, Paula, Pip, Plantation, 
Prestige, Proverb, Ra intree, Randy, 
Ranwood, Respect, Ronn, Savoy, Sev- 
enty 7, Shout, S. O. H., Songs of Faith, 
Specialty, Springboard, SSS, Stang, 
Starday, Steeple Gospel, Sun, Supreme, 
Takoma, Toy, Trip, Turbo, Upfront, 
Vanguard, Vee Jay, Weird World, West- 
bound. 

MEMPHIS TENN. 

Record Sales Corporation'* 

3000 Fleetbrook Dr. 

Memphis, Tenn 38116 

Sidney R. Melvin-General Manager 

(901) 332-3650 

(Project 3, Trip, A&M, Ode, 20th Centu- 
ry Fox, Avco, Law-Ton, Bell, Amos, 
Flashback, Philly Groove, Carousel, Big 
Tree, Brunswick, Dakar, Buddah, Cur- 

tom, Electhera, Hot Wax, Kama Sufra, 
Pavilion, Sussex, T-Neck, Cobblestone, 
CTI, Kudu, Cream, Disneyland, Evolu- 

ton, Stereo Dimension, GRT, Cadet, 
Cadet Concept, Chess, GNP-Crescendo, 
GWP, Hill, In-Press, Kent, Modern, Ch- 
erie, Laurie, Spectrum, Humorsonic, 
Calla, Scepter, Hob, Toddlin' Town, 
Zay, Springboard, Glori, Columbia Chil- 
dren's, GSF, London, Ashley, Coliseum, 
Deram, Hi, London Inter., Mam, Moc, 
Parrot, Phase 4, Richmond, Threshold, 
Mainstream, Mega, Target, Flying 
Dutchman. Mercury, A&R, Phillips, Con- 
noisseur Collection, Smash, Limelight, 
Vertigo, Fontana, Motown, Black Forum, 
Chisa Gordy, Rare Earth, Soul, Tamla 
VIP, Ovation, Black Jazz, Paramount, 
Blue Thumb, Dot, Steed, Family, Neigh- 
borhood, Playboy, Redd Foxx, Rou- 
lette, Royal American, Bamboo, Stop, 
Wand, BASF, Up Front) 

NASHVILLE, TENN. 

Columbia Records Sales 
804 16th Avenue South 
Nashville 37203 

Gene Ferguson, Bill Williams 259-2560 
(Columbia, Harmony, Masterworks, 
Odyssey, Epic, Amber Antique, Ardent, 
De-Vel, Douglas, Enterprise, Fillmore, 
Gamble, Great Western, Gramophone, 
Invictus, Koko, Monument, Mums, New 
Design, Okeh, Phila. Int’L, Prophecy, 
Rak, Sound Stage 7, Spindizzy, Stax, 
Volt, We Produce) 

NASHVILLE, TENN. 

Music City Record Dists., Inc.* 

25 Lincoln Street 
Hutch Carlock— 615-255-7315 
(Bang, Bell, Bethlehem, Cadet, Chart, 
Checker, Deluxe, Dial, Dore, Dot, Excel- 
lo, Federal, Fontana, GRT, Hickory, Hill, 
Hob, Hollywood, Janus, Kent, King, 
Laff, Laurie, Limelight, Mega, Mercury, 
Metromedia, Modern, Nashboro, Nash- 
ville, Paramount, Scepter, Smash, Spe- 
cialty, SSS International, Starday, Sun, 
Target, Top & Bottom, 20th Century, 
Vanguard, Wand, Westbound, Seventy- 
Seven, Stone, Glades, Chain, Vibration, 
Sire, East Bound, JMI, Ace of Hearts) 
TAPE: (All Tape Lines) 


TEXAS 


DALLAS, TEXAS 

Big State Record Dist. Corp. 

1337 Chemical St. 

Dallas 

Bill Emerson 631-1100 
(A&M, Brunswick, Chisa, Deluxe, 
Deram, Dionn, Dooto, Excello, Fantasy, 
Galaxy, Gordy, Hi, Hickory, Hob, Jamie, 
Janus, Jewel, Kent, Laff, Laurie, Lon- 
don, Mainstream, Motown, Musicor, 
Nashboro, Ode ’70, Parrot, Paula, Piil 
La Soul, Plantation, Rare Earth, Ronn, 
Roulette, Savoy, Scepter, Soul, SSS, 
Stang, Starday, Sun, Top & Bottom, 
Twinight, Vanguard, Westbound, All 
Platinum, Buddah, Dot, Hot Wax, Kama 
Sutra, Mankind, Mega, Million, Mowest, 
Music Merchant, Neighborhood, 
Paramount, Seventy 7, Royal American, 
Sussex, T-Neck, Tamala, Threshold, 
Tumbleweed, USA, Wand, Virgo) 


DALLAS, TEXAS 

Capitol Records Distributing 

Corporation* 

6730 Oakbrook Bivd. 

Dallas 

Tom Tilton 637-1890 

(Angel Apple, Capitol, Harvest, Island, 
Mango, Melodiya, Seraphim, Shelter) 
TAPE: (Same as above) 


DALLAS, TEXAS 
Columbia Records Sales* 

8808 Empress Row 

Dallas, Texas 75247 

Joe Mansfield-Branch Mgr. (214) 

ME 1-5680 

(Columbia, Epic, Phila, International, 
Spindizzy, Monument, Douglas, Mums, 
Stax, Enterprise, Volt, Koko, We Pro- 
duce, Ardent. 


DALLAS, TEXAS 
CTI Distributing Co. 

3535 Irvine Boulevard 
Dallas, Texas 75247 
214-634-8280 
Bill Shaler, Branch Manager 
(CTI, Kudu, Salvation, Three Bros., Me- 
tronome) 

DALLAS, TEXAS 

M.B. Krupp Distributors, Inc. 

311 South Santa Fe Street 

M. B. Krupp, Ruben Irizarry 532-4961 

(ABC, A&M, Alshire, Amy, Argo, Arc- 
tic, Back Beat, Bang, Bell, B. T. Puppy, 
Buddah, Bunky, Cadet, Chart, Checker, 
Chess, Crescendo, Double Shot, Duke, 
Dunhiil, Gamble, Hip, Hurricane, Inter- 
national Artists, Jad, Jamie, Jet Star, 
Jubilee, Laurie, Look, Mala, Original 
Sound, Paula, Phil-a-of-Soul, Philly 
Groove, Plantation, Shout, Silver Fox, 
Stax, Stop, Sundi, T-Neck, Toddlin’ 
Town, Volt, Wand, Whale, Hittier, Whiz, 
Bego, Bravo, Bronco, Chico, Colonial, 
Columbia, Cometa, Corna, D.L.V., Del 
Valle, Disco Grande, Discuba, Eco, Fal- 
con, Frentes, Ideal, Ivan, Keyloc, 
Musart, Nopal, Norteno, Oro. Peerless, 
Primovox, Sombrero, Texas, Tomi, Val- 
mon, El Zarape, Catronics) 

TAPE: (A & M, Arv, Buena Suerte, Del 
Valle, El Zarape, Falcon, Keyloc, 
Musart, Capitol, Columbia, Date, Dec- 
ca, RCA) 


DALLAS, TEXAS 
U.D.C. Inc.* 

1108 Quaker Street — Dallas, Texas 
Jack Mesler, -638-7630 

(United Artists, Blue Note, U.A. Latino, 
Fame, Poppy, Avalanche & Brown Bag, 
Polydor, Spring, Deutsche Grammo- 
phon, and People, MGM, Pride, Verve, 
Roman, Lion, Barnaby & Jolly Rogers) 


DALLAS, TEXAS 
WEA Distributing Corp.* 

1322 Round Table Dr. 

Dallas, Texas 75247 
Tom Sims-Branch Mgr. (214) 638-1690 
(Warner Bros. Reprise, Atlantic, Elektra, 
Capricorn, Bearsville) 


HOUSTON, TEXAS 
Columbia Record Sales* 

2010 N. Loop West, Suite 104 
Houston 77018 

688-3761 -Roger Metting, Sales Mgr. 

(Barnaby, Columbia, Entrance, Epic, 
Fillmore, Monument, New Design, 
Mums, Ode, Philadelphia International, 
RAK, Douglas, Spindizzy, Sound stage 
7) 

TAPE: (Same as above) 


HOUSTON, TEXAS 
H. W. Daily, Inc. 

314 East 11th Street 

Bud & Don Daily — 713-861-6868 

A-l, Abkco, Aiithis, All Platinum, Ala, 
Alshire, As, Ashley, Astroscope, Athena, 
Audio Fidelity, Aubrey, Aware, Bang, 
Black Forum, Bayou, Bethlehem, Blue 
Candle, Brunswick, Bryan, Buddah, 
Buena Suerte, Cannan, Cat, Chapter 
One, Charisma, Chart, Cobblestone, 
Curtom, D. Dakar, Deluxe, Deram, 
Dictation Disc, Disneyland, Dore, Eb- 
ony Sounds, Era, Eric, Evolution Fan- 
tasy, Federal, Future Star, Glade, 
Galaxie, Gordy, Gospel, Gospel Truth, 
Heart Warming, Hi, Hi Oldies, Holly- 
wood, Hopi, Hot Wax, Jamie, Jin, 
Judnell, Kama Sutra, Kent, Key-Loc, 
Kik-R, King, Laff, Laurie, La Val, Libra, 
London, Mainstream, Mam, Mandala, 


HOUSTON 

(H. W. Daily cont’d) 

Marina, Metro Country, Milestone, 
Mine, Money, Motown, Mowest, 
Mpingo, North Bay, National Resores, 
Oak, Par-T, Pavition, Phil La Of Soul, 
Plantation, Play Boy, Prestige, Rare 
Earth, Respect, Roulette, Sandman, Sa- 
voy, Seventy Seven, Shout, Skye, 
Sound Plus, Specialty, SSS, Stang, 
Starday, Startime, Stone Dog, Sun, 
Sussex, Swallow, Tamla, Threshold, T- 
Neck, Top & Bottom, Toy, Tri-Us, Tur- 
bo, Trip, Twentieth Century, Up Front, 
Vanguard, VIP, Weed, Soul, Nashville 


IRVING, TEXAS 
Music Two, Inc. 

2121 Regency Dr- 
214-254-4211 (CTN ext. 213) 

Tom Yarling, Mgr. 

(RCA, Camden, Red Seal, Victrola, 
Chelsea, Grunt, Metromedia, TMI, 
Wooden Nickel, Flying Dutchman) 
TAPES: Same as Labels 


SAN BENITO, TEXAS 
Rio Grande Music Company 
119 S. Sam Houston Blvd., 

P.O. Box 861 

Lionel C. Betancourt, John F. Phillips 
399-1417 

(Alfa, Amexar, Arcano, ARV, BCM, 
Beca, Bernal, Bravo, Bronco, Buena 
Suerte, Camden, Capri, CBS, Certron, 
Caytronics, Chachalaga, Chemiro, 
Chico, Cobra, Colonial, Columbia, Com- 
eta, Corona, D.L.B., Dela, De La Rosa, 
Del Bravo, Del Rio, Del Sur, Del Valle, 
Del West, Dominate, East Bend, Falcon, 
DLV, Do Re Mi, Eco, El Pato, Elena, 
Escorpion, Estrella, Fama, Flecha, Fred- 
die, Fuentes, Gabe, Gapoca Gas, 
Grande, Guti, Hurricane, Ideal, Impac- 
to, Jilguero, Jox, Key Loc, Laredo, Lira, 
Lorenzo, Magda, Marsol, Mexico, Mex 
Melody, Musart, NCR, Nopal, Norco, 
Norteno, N-Pro, Nuevo, Orfeon, Oro, 
Paloma, Peerless, Ramal, Rayo, RCA 
Victor, Redondo, Relampago, Rival, 
RMC, Rosina, Rovi, Ru Tee, Sombrero, 
Son Art, Sono-Mex, S&R, Sunglow, Pri- 
mero, J. C., Teardrop, Tejas, Tesoro, 
Texas, Tipico, Tomi, Triangulo, Valen, 
Vallado, Valmon, Zatape. Zaz) TAPES: 
(Arcano, ARV, Bego, Bernal, Buena 
Suerte, Capri Caytronics, CBS, Cer- 
tron, Chico, Columbia, Del Rio, Del 
Sur, Del Valle, D.L.V., D. L. B„ El Pato, 
Elena, Falcon, Fuentes, Grande, Ideal, 
Gas, Impacto, Key Loc, Magda, Marsol, 
Mex Melody, Musart, Norteno, Orfeon, 
Peerless, RCA Victor, N-Pro, Primero, 
J.C., Rovi, Sombrero, Teardrop, Tomi, 
Zarape) 


UTAH 


SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 
Codova’s Importers & Distributors 
543 West 400 North, P.O. Box 16065 
Salt Lake City 
Carl C. Cordova 355-1914 
(Bego, Bernal. Buena Suerte, Chico, 
Coyete, Der Norte, Del Rio, Discos, 
Columbia, Del Valle, Dominante, D.V.L., 
Eco, El Pato, El Zarape, Fama, Gapoca, 
Hurricane Ideal, Infal, Impacto, Magda, 
Marsol, Mex-Melody, Musart, Nuevo, 
Orfeon, Peerless, Rovi) 

TAPE: (Bego, Bernal, Buena Suerte, Del 
Rio, Del Sur, Del Valle, El Pato, El 
Zarape, Hurricane, Impacto, Mdaga, 
Marsol, Mex Melody, Musart, Orfeon, 
Peerless) 


VIRGINIA 


McLEAN, VIRGINIA 
Telemark Dance Records 
7915 Lewinsville Road 
McLean 

Dick and Sheila Mason 356-9113 
(CEM, Dance Along, Hoctor, Roper) Im- 
ports: IDTA, Philips, Pye, Silver Dollar, 
Starlite, Sydney Thompson, Eric Win- 
stone — for ballroom dancing) 

Record Dist. 
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Stu Nunnery 

The Mike Quatro Jam Band 
Thomas Walton and the 
Blind Disciples 
Baby Washington 


Brother James & 
Sugar Mama 
Dorothea Joyce 
Lighthouse 
Nanette Natal 


Bloontz 
Don Downing 
Steve Feldman 
Don Gardner 
Harbus 


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Tony Bongiovi Jimmy lenner 

Al Gorgoni Bill & Steve Jerome 

Lee Holdridge Ron Johnsen 

Tash Howard . Bobby Martin 


Meco Monardo 
Neil Portnow & John Miller 
Bill Russo 
David Vanderpitt 


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Fred Edwards 
Paul Ellis 
Fred Frank 


Clarence Lawton 
Roberta Skopp 


Loren Becker 
Roger Britt 


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UTAH 

SALT LAKE CITY 

ALTA DISTRIBUTING CO. 

167 N. 3rd West Street 
PO Box 510 

Salt Lake City, Utah 84103 
Sam Souvali 
Pete Ligeros 
Joseph Sasich 
(801) 521-7627 

SOUTH SALT LAKE 

ABC RECORD & TAPE SALES 
3575 South 700 West 
PO Box 15607 

South Salt Lake, Utah 84115 
Ray Peterson 
(801) 266-3543 


VIRGINIA 

ALEXANDRIA 

HANDLEMAN COMPANY 
6310 D Gravel Ave. 

PO Box 10023 
Alexandria, Va. 22310 
Lloyd Scott 
(703) 971-1804 

NORFOLK 

CONTACT NORFOLK, INC. 

1011 W. 25th St. 

Norfolk, Va. 23517 
Syd Spencer 
Floyd Dobson 

(703) 625-0713) 625-7801 

WASHINGTON 

SEATTLE 

ABC RECORD & TAPE SALES 
WESTERN DIVISION 
729 South Fidalgo Street 
Seattle, Washington, 98108 
Louis Lavinthal 
Stanley Sulman 
Stanley Jaffe 
(206) RO 3-8600 

FIDELITY RECORD & TAPE SALES 

309 Boren Avenue North 
Seattle, Washington 98109 
Merritt Kirk 
(206) 682-9370 

GENERAL RECORD SERVICE 

6565 Seventh Avenue South 
Seattle, Washington 98108 
Paul H. Portteus 
(206) 767-7444 


MAJOR DISTRIBUTORS 
620 N. W. Bright St. 

Seattle, Wash. 98107 
Robert Anderson 
(206) 789-1600 

TRANSCONTINENTAL MUSIC 
CORP. 

9860 40th Ave. South 
Seattle, Wash. 98119 
Al Zangrillo 
(206) 725-2500 

WISCONSIN 


MILWAUKEE 

RECORD CITY 
P.0. Box 2359 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53212 
Harold Rietz 
(414) 241-3970 

TAYLOR ELECTRIC CO. 

P.0. Drawer 11 N 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201 
Peter D. Stocke 
(414) 241-4321 


CANADA 

ALL RECORDS SUPPLY OF 
CANADA 

1170 Bellamy Road North 
Scarborough, Ontario, Canada 
R. A. Macleod 
(416) 291-7341 

HANDLEMAN COMPANY OF 
CANADA 

4644 Pacific Road N.E. 

Calgary, Alberta, Canada 
Emerson Rawding 
(403) 276-2224 

HANDLEMAN COMPANY OF 
CANADA 

132 Halifax Street — Release Center 
Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada 
David Manship 
(506) 389-9141 

HANDLEMAN COMPANY OF 
CANADA 

132 Manville Road 
Scarborough, Ontario, Canada 
Hal Scovill 
(416) 759-1166 

HANDLEMAN COMPANY OF 
CANADA 

1280 Montee De Liesse 

Ville, St. Laurent, Quebec, Canada 

Serge Laurendeau 

(514) 331-9110 



HOT LABELS 
HOT DISTRIBUTOR 
HOT BREAK-OUT MARKET 


TONE 


495 Sooth East 10th Ct., Hialeah, FSa 
( 305 ) 888-1685 

HENRY STONE, 


*NARM members 


WASHINGTON 


SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 
ABC Records & Tape Corp.* 

729 So. Fidalgo 

Chuck Blacksmith 206-RO-3-8600 
(A&M, ABC, Bang, Blue, Thumb 
Bluesway, Cadet, Checker, Chess, Con 
temporary, Cream, Deram, Disneyland 
Dotto, Dot Dunhill, Fieta, GTJ, Galaxy 
Golden, Hi, Impulse, Janus, Living Lan 
guage, London, Mercury, Musicor 
Original Sound, Paramount, Parrot 
Richmond, Scepter, SSS International 
Steed, Sun, Threshold, Vanguard 
Wand, West Bound, Westminster, Ova 
tion, Black Jazz, Springboard, Trip 
Buddah, Curtom, Hot Wax, Sussex, T 
Neck, Cobblestone, Charisma, Skye 
Music Merchant, Kama Sutra, Brut 
Thunderbird, Sire, ESP, Just Sunshine 
Tumbleweed, Green Bottle, 20th Centu 
ry, Playboy, GSF, BASF, Laff, Ala) 


SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 
Craig Corporation 
540 South Front St. 

Seattle 98108 
Jim Fuscaldo R03-2450 
(Columbia, Harmony, Masterworks, 
Odyssey, Epic, Amber Antique, Ardent, 
De-Vel, Douglas, Enterprise, Fillmore, 
Gamble, Great Western Gramophone, 
Invictus, Koko, Monument, Mums New 
Design, Okeh, Phila. Int’l., Prophecy, 
RAK, Sound Stage 7, Spindizzy, Stax, 
Volt, We Produce) 


SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 
Fidelity Record & Tape Sales* 

309 Boren Avenue North 

Seattle 98109 

Merritt Kirk 682-9370 

(Ace of Hearts, Ampex, All Platinum 

Avco, Bell, Delite, Disneyland, Dore 

Evolution, Glade, Groove Merchant 

GNP Cresendo, GRT, Hickory, Jamie 

Gyden, Jewel-Paula, Kent, King, Main 

stream, Mega, Motown, Muse-Onyx 

Nashboro, Philips, Prestige, Project 3 

Ranwood, Vox) 


SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 
U.D.C., Inc.* 

979 John St. 

Steve Breen — 206-Ma 4-7607 
(United Artist, Apple, Anthem, Avalan- 
che, Blue Note, Fame, Good News, 
Grand Junction, Imperial, Liberty, Medi- 
arts, Minit, Poppy, Solid State, Veep, 
World Pacific Jazz, Brown Bag, Polydor, 
Blue Horizon, Brownstone, Event, Lava, 
People, Sire, Soul Classic, Spring, Deut- 
sche Grammophon, D.G.G., Archive, 
Sensuous, MGM, Amaret, Barnaby, 
Golden Archive, King Leo, Lamb/Lion, 
Lion, MGM/South, Pride, Romar, 
Sounds of Memphis, Stormy Forest, 
Sunflower, Jolly Roger) 

TAPES: All Labels but MGM & their 
Subsidiaries. 


WISCONSIN 


MADISON, WISCONSIN 
Tell Music Distributors, Inc. 

1019 Jonathon Drive 
Rolf V. Voegelin 271-2661 

(A&M Abnak, Accent, Amos, Athena, 
Buena Vista, Cadet, Certron, Checker, 
Chess, Crescendo, Dearbon, Disney- 
land, Double Shot, Douglas, Evolution, 
Golden, GRT, Fantasy, Metromedia, 
LHI, Nashville, Ode, '70, Ranwoood, 
RPR, Starday/King, Stereo-Dimension, 
Shelter, White Whale) 


MENOMONEE FALLS, WISCONSIN 
Summit Distributors, Inc.* 

N. 57 West 15981 Bette Drive 
Menomonee Falls 53051 
Clyde Bowie-Sales Mgr. — 414-252-3742 
(A & M, ABKCO, Ace of Hearts, Alliga- 
tor, Arhoolie, Audio Fidelity, Aware, 
Blue Thumb, Chart, Contemporary, Del- 
mark, Dot, Family Productions, Fiesta, 
Good Time Jazz, Grecophon, JMI, Just 
Sunshine, Neighborhood, Ode, Para- 
mount, Project 3, Royal American, 
Sire, Spark, Standard-Colonial, Takoma, 
Tumbleweed, 20th Century, Starday, 
King, Deluxe, Hollywood, Tri-Us, Man- 
della) 

TAPES: (A & M, ABKCO, Fiesta, Ode, 
Project 3, Standard-Colonial, 20th Cen- 
tury) 


MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

John O’Brien Distributing Inc.* 

5825 North 96th Street 
John F. O’Brien 426-5590 

(Aware, Alithia, Big Tree, Brunswick, 
Dakar, De-Lite, Delta Int’l, ESP Disc, 
Jamie-Guyden, Arctic, Phil LA Soul, Top 
& Bottom, Jewel, Paula, Ronn, Main- 
stream, Motown, Tamla, Gordy, Soul, 
Rare Earth, Mowest, Black Forum, 
Natural resources, Musicor, Dynamo, 
Oak, Cruising, Post, Project 3, Ralton, 
Red Bullet, Royal American, Roulette, 
Calla, Tico, SSS Int’l, Plantation, Honor 
Brigade, Sun, Specialty, Stroud, 
Takoma, Twinight, Sunlight, Blues On 
Blues, Respect, Gospel Truth, Partee, 
West, Woky Albums, U.S.A.) 


MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN 
Taylor Electric Co.* 

1000 W. Donges Bay Road 
(Mequon) 

Peter D. Stocke 241-4321 

(Audiophile, Buddah, Cricket, Cuca, 
Happy Time, Hickory, Hilltop, Hob, 
Janus, Lodestar, Mace, Mercury (all), 
Ovation, Oxboro, Phillips, Onyx, Percep- 
tion, Groove Merchant, Pickwick/33, 
Muse, Caytronics, Brut, Today, Savoy, 
Kent Trip, Up Front, Beverly Hills, Re- 
car Polka Request, Scepter, Thunder- 
bird, TRX, Wand, Bang, Black Jazz, 
CRI, Connoisseur Society, Desto, Kin- 
nickinnic, Mowest, Natrual Resource, 
Shout, Westbound Bluestime) 
PHONOGRAPHS: (RCA, Masterwork, 

Lloyds) 

ACCESSORIES: (Amberg, Crest, Franco, 
Peerless, Le-Bo, Pick-a-Disc, Fidelitone, 
Watts) 

8 TRACK & CASSETTE AUTO & HOME 
UNITS: (RCA) 


MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

Taylor- Electric Co.* 

P. O. Drawer 11 N 
Milwaukee, Wis. 53201 

(Arcano, Arion, Audiophile, Bang, Bev- 
erly Hills, Black Jazz, Blue Hour, Bold, 
Brut, Buddah, Cadet Polkas, Caliente, 
Carino, Caytronics, Charisma, Citation, 
Cobblestone, Composers Recordings, 
Connoisseur Society, Cuca, Curtom, 
Columbia Child Series, Delta Interna- 
tional, Desto, Dial, Dot, Eastbound, 
Family Productions, Fontana, Glade, 
Glori, Gospel, Greene Bottle, Groove 
Merchant, Happy Time, Harlem Hit 
Parade, Hickory, Hilltop, Hob, Hot 
Wax, Janus, Jay Walking, Jazz Trip, 
Just Sunshine, Kama Sutra, Kent, Kent 
Gospel, Kinnickinnic, Limelight, Mace, 
Mercury, Mericana, Muse, Music Mer- 
chant, Neighborhood, Onyx, Ovation, 
Pace, Paramount, Pavillion, Perception, 
Philips, Philips Imports, Pickwick, Plea- 
sure, Plum, Polka City, Pronto, Proverb, 
Red Coach, Regent, Request, Savoy, 
Scepter, Sharp, Shout, Sire, Skye, 
Smash, Springboard, Steed, Sussex, T- 
Neck, Thunderbird, Today, Trip, Tum- 
bleweed, Up-Front, V-Records, Vern 
Meisner, Vertigo, Wand, Water Street, 
Westbound, World Jazz, Zero) 


74 


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J 


This fecii^ 

Philadeiphia/Gamble came out. 



INTRUDERS THE FUTURES 


These artists were responsible for the hottest 
yearinthe historiesof Philadelphia International 
and Gamble Records, with 3 gold singles, 2 gold 
albums, and an incredible number of big hits. And, 


just as important, they're responsible for one 
of the hottest years in the history of Black music. 

On Philadelphia International and 

Gamble Records Distributed by Columbia Records 


0e 



A 

A&M 

1416 N. LaBrea 
Hollywood, Cal. 90028 
(21 31 469-2414 

A-I 

see All Platinum 

ABC-DUNHILL 

8255 Beverly 8lvd. 

Los Angeles. Cal. 90048 
(213) 651-5530 

ABC-DUNHILL 

12C4 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Term. 3 7203 

A-BET 

1011 Woodland St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37206 

ACE OF HEARTS 
801 18th Ave., South 
Mashvilie, Tenrt. 37203 

ACTION 

801 18th Ave., South 
Nashville, Term. 37203 

AGAPE 

see Starday/King 

ALAGA 

91-02 Sutphin Blvd. 
Jamaica, N. Y. 11435 
(212) 291-0368 

ALITHIA 

9034 Tonnelle Ave. 

North Bergen, N.J. 

07047 

(201) 869-0600 

ALL PLATINUM 
96 West St. 

Englewood, N. J. 07631 
(201) 569-5170 

ALLEGRE 

see Roulette 


ALSTON 
lee Atlantic 


AMARET 

1717 N. Highland 
Hollywood, Cal. 90028 
(213) 466-3361 

AMAZON 

3106 Belmont Blvd. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 

AMERICAN NATIONAL 
3706-D-Hilsboro Rd. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37273 

AMERICAN VOICES 
816 19th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 


AMOS (dist: Bell) 

6400 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Cal. 90028 
(213) 466-3249 

ANGEL 

see Capitol 

ANTHEM (dlst: UDC) 
6920 Sunset Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 90028 
(213) 461-9141 

APPLE (dlst: Capitol) 
1700 Broadway 
New York, N. Y. 10019 

(212) 532-5533 

ARDENT 
see Stax 

ARGO 
see London 

ARHOOLIE 

P. 0. Box 9195 
Berkeley, Cal. 94709 
(415) 841-8624 

ARTIST 

Box 303 

Garfield, N. J. 07026 
(201) 478-0110 

A/S 

see Alshlre Inti. 

ASCH 

see Pioneer 

ASHLEY (dist: London) 
806 18th Ave. S. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 
(615) 256-1169 

ASTROSCOPE 
see All Platinum 

ASYLUM (dist: Atlantic) 
9120 Sunset Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 90069 

(213) 278-8510 

ATCO 

see Atlantic 
ATHENA 

Brentwood, Tenn. 37027 
(615) 832-9638 


j ATLANTIC 
• 1841 Broadway 
New York, N. Y. 10019 
| (212) 757-6306 

j AUDIO ARTS 
i 5611 Melrose 
j Lss Anoeies, Cal. 90006 
(213) 469-5103 

j AUDIO FIDELITY 
| 221 W. 57th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
| (212) 757-7111 

j AUDIO TREASURY 
j see ABC 

I AUSTIN 
P.O. Box 11152 
Fort Worth, Tex. 76110 

AUTHENTIC 
RECORDS, INC. 

888 7th Avenue 
Suite 400 

New York, N.Y. 10019 
(212) CO 5-4300 

AV INTERNATIONAL 
see Jamie/ Guyden 

AVALANCHE (Dist. 

UDC) 

729 7th Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 

(212) 245-5600 

AVCO RECORDS 

1700 Broadway 
N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 956-5500 

AVENUE SOUTH 

812 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

AXIS ENTERPRISE 
1079 Bergen Street 
Newark, N.J 07112 


B 

BACH GUILD 

see Vanguard 

BACKBEAT 
see Peacock 

BANG 

1314 Ellsworth Ind. Dr. 
Atlanta, Ga. 30318 
(404) 351-8115 

BANNER 
Box 330 

Hendersonville, Tenn. 
37075 

BANNISTER 
408 S. Richmond 
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74112 

BARNABY 
1708 Grand Ave. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 
816 N. LaCienega Blvd. 
Hollywood, Cal. 90069 
(213) 657-6150 

BASF 

Crosby Drive 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
(617) 271-4299 

BEARSVILLE 
(dist: Warners) 

44 E. 50th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10022 
(212) 751-7030 

BELL 

1776 Broadway 
New York, N. Y. 10019 

(212) 757-6081 

BETHLEHEM 

see Starday/King 

BETTER SOUND 
806 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

BEVERLY HILLS 
6430 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Cal. 90028 

(213) 461-4409 

BIG TREE (dlst: Bell) 

555 Madison Avenue 
New York, N. Y. 10022 
(212) 838-2781 

BIOGRAPH 
P. 0. Box 109 
Canaan, N. Y. 12029 
(518) 781-4070 


BILBRO RECORDS 
P.O. Box 4134 
Wichita, Kan. 67204 

BIZARRE 

see Warner Bros. 

BLACK CIRCLE 
5170 Liberty Ave. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15224 
(412) 687-7706 

BUCK FALCON 
22 Pine St. 

Freeport, N. Y. 11520 
(516) 546-8008 

BUCK FORUM 
see Motown 

BLACKWOOD 

1211 17th Ave., South 

Nashville, Tenn. 37202 

BLUE CREEK 
1516 Hawkins St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 


I BLUE HORIZON 
I (cist: Polydor) 

| see Sire 

! BLUE NOTE 
I see United Artists 

! BLUE THUMB 
j (dist: Famous) 
i 427 N. Cannon Dr. 
Beverly Hills, Cal. 90210 
(213) 278-4065 

BLUESWAY 
see ABC 

BMC 

912 17th Ave,, South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 

BOLD 

see T. K. Prod. 

BOONE 

119 Two Mile Pike 
Goodlettsvi lie, Tenn. 
37072 

BOSS 

822 19th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

BOYD 

2609 N.W. 36th St. 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 
73112 

B RITE-STAR 

728 16th Ave., South 

Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

BROADSIDE 
see Pioneer 

BROTHER 
(dist: Warners) 

1654 N. Ivar 
Hollywood, Cal. 90028 
(213) 461-3661 

BROWNSTONE 
see Polydor 

BROWN BAG RECORDS 

720 5th Ave. 

N.Y.C. 10019 

(212) 246-9600 
6920 Sunset Blvd. 

LA, Calif. 90028 

BRUNSWICK 
888 7th Ave. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 541-9860 

BUDDAH 
810 7th Ave. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 582-6900 

BUENA VISTA 

see Disneyland 

BUFFALO 

6230 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

(213) 461-4266 

BULLET 

1451 N. Bayshore Dr. 
Miami, Fla. 33131 
(305) 358-4747 

BUTTERSCOTCH 

5451 Laurel Canyon 
North Hollywood, Calif. 


c 


CABIN 

Box 25 

Lake Ariel, Pa. 18436 
(717) 689-2489 

CADET 
see Chess 

CADET CONCEPT 

see Chess 

CAEDMON 

508 8th Ave. 

New York, N. Y. 10018 

(212) 594-3122 

CALLA 

see Roulette 

CAN-BASE 

6920 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

(213) 464-8144 

CANARY 

439 Brewer Dr. 

Nashville, Tenn. 37211 

CANDY RECORDS 
821 19th Ave., South 
Nashville. Tenn. 37203 

CAPITOL 
1750 N. Vine St. 
Hollywood, Cal. 90028 
(213) 462-6252 

CAPITOL 

806 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Term. 37203 

CAPRICE 

'2804 Azalea Place 
Nashville. Term. 37204 


CAPRICORN 
(dlst: Warners) 

6515 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood. Cal. 90028 
(213) 462-0748 

CARRIE 

P.O. Box 1368 

Nashville, Tenn. 37202 

CASANDRA 
2027 Parker Street 
Berkeley, Calif. 

CHALET 

108 Thompson Lane 
Nashville, Tenn. 37211 

CHAPTER ONE 

see London 

CHARISMA 

see Buddah 

CHART 

806 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

CHECKER 

see Chess 


CHELSEA (dist: RCA) 
7033 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Cal. 90028 
(213) 466-9676 

CHESAPEAKE 

3084 Roswell Rd. N.W. 

Atlanta, Ga. 30305 


CHESS 

1301 Ave. Of Americas 
New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 245-7100 

CHIMNEYVILLE 
see Atlantic 

CINEMA PRIZE 
Box 8192 

Universal City, Calif. 
91608 

CINNAMON 
1805 Hayes St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37202 

CLARK 

Box 400, Tinnin Rd. 
Goodlettsville, Tenn. 
37072 

CLEAN 
see Atlantic 


CME 

1588 N. E. noth St. 
N. Miami Beach, 

Fla. 33161 
(305) 754-1139 

COBBLESTONE 
see Buddah 

COCHISE 
P.O. Box 1415 
Athens, Texas 75751 

COLGEMS 
see RCA 


COLUMBIA 
51 W. 52nd St. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 765-4321 
S04 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

COMET-GOLDMONT 
726 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

COMMAND 
see ABC 

CONDOR 
see Avco 

CONNOISSEUR SOCIETY 
390 West End Ave. 

New York, N. Y. 10024 
(212) 873-6769 


CONTEMPORARY 
8481 Melrose Place 
Los Angeles, Cal. 90036 
(213) 653-1560 


CORAL 
see MCA 


COREY 

719 17th Ave.. South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

COTILLION 

see Atlantic 


COTIQUE 
477 Park Ave. 

East Hartford, 
Conn. 01608 
(203) 289-6028 


COUNTRY SHOWCASE 
AMERICA 

11350 Baltimore Blvd. 
Beltsvi lie, Md. 20705 
(301) 937-7200 


COUNTRYSIDE 
15 Columbus Circle 
New York, N.Y. 10023 

CREAM 

1112 N. Sherbourne Dr. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 90069 
(213) 659-2590 

CREATIVE FUNK 

P.O. Box 468 
Rochdale Village, N.Y. 
11434 

(212) 978-6400 

CREED 

see Nashboro 

CRESTED BUTTE 
RECORDS 

1200 Lincoln Street 
Suite 315 
Denver, Colo. 80203 
(303) 534-0127 

CROWN 

5810 S. Normandie 
Los Angeles. Cal. 

(213) 753-5121 

CTI 

see Creed Taylor Inc. 

CURTOM (dist: Buddah) 
6212 N. Lincoln 
Chicago, III. 60645 
(312) 478-5604 

CUTLASS/HOT LINE 

806 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 


D 


DAKAR 

see Brunswick 

DANA 

see Fiesta 

DASH 

see T. K. Prod. 

DATE 

see Columbia 

DAYBREAK (dist: RCA) 
6725 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 
(213) 464-0262 

DE LITE 

200 W. 57th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 757-6770 

DEBUT 

see Fantasy 

DECCA (See MCA) 

803 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 

DELMARK 

7 W. Grand Ave. 

Chicago, III. 60610 
(312) 222-1467 


DELTA 

812 17th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 


DELUXE 

see Starday/King 

DERAM 
see London 

DEUTSCHE 
GRAMMOPHON 
see Polydor 


DIAL (dist: Mercury) 

P. 0. Box 1273 
Nashville, Tenn. 37202 
(615) 327-3162 


DISNEYLAND 

350 S. Buena Vista 
Burbank, Cal. 91505 
(213) 845-3141 


DJM (dist: Bell) 

1780 Broadway 
New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 581-3420 


DOLLY 

815 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

DOME 

see Jamie/Guyden 


D00T0 

13440 S. Central Ave. 
Compton, Cal. 90222 
(213) 774-0743 


DORE 

1608 Argyle 
Hollywood. Cal. 90028 
(213) 462-6608 

DOT 

1605 Hawkins St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 


DOUGLAS (dist: Epic) 
5055 Boda Place 
Woodland Hills, 

Cal. 91304 

(213) 274-0758 

DOWN TO EARTH 

c/o Lamarr Prod. 

746 E. 75th St. 
Chicago, III. 60619 
(312) 846-3700 


DUKE 

see Peacock 


DUNHILL 
see ABC 


E 


EAGLE 

P.O. Box 312 
Nashville, Tenn. 37202 

EBONY SOUND 
270 Henderson St. 

Jersey City, N. J. 07302 
(201) 432-3323 


ELEKTRA 

15 Columbus Circle 
New York, N. Y. 10023 
(212) 582-7711 

ELEVENTH HOUR 
P.O. Box 4188 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
23454 

(703) 486-4625 

EMBRYO 
see Atlantic 

END 

see Roulette 
ENJAY 

3518 Milford Mil! Road 
Baltimore, Md. 21207 
(301) 922-2507 


ENTERPRISE 

see Stax 


ENTRANCE (dlst: Epic) 
827 Thomas St. 
Memphis, Tenn. 38107 
(901) 526-2913 


EPIC 

51 W. 52nd St. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 765-4321 
804 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

ESP 

5 Riverside Drive 
New York, N. Y. 10023 
(212) 799-2800 


ESTILL 

P.O. Box 565 
E still, S.C. 

EVENT (dist: Polydor) 
see Spring 

EVEREST 

10920 Wilshire Blvd. 
West L.A., Calif. 90024 
(213) 549-2500 

EVERYMAN 

see Vanguard 

EVOLUTION 

see Stereo Dimension 

EXCELLO 

1011 Woodland St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37206 


F 


FAB OR 

P.O. Box 1100 
Westminister, Calif. 
92683 

FABULOUS RECORDS 

see Bell 

FAME (dist. UDC) 

603 E. Avalon Ave. 

P.O. Box 2527 
Muscle Shoals, Ala. 
(205) 381-0801 

FAMILY PRODUCTIONS 
(dist: Famous) 

8460 W. 3rd St. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 90048 
(213) 653-0341 

FAMOUS 

1 Gulf + Western Plaza 
New York, N. Y. 10023 
(212) 3 33-7000 

FANIA 

888 7th Ave. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 757-9120 

FANTASY 
10th & Parker 
Berkley, Calif. 94710 
(415) 549-2500 


FARR 

612 Farview Dr. 

Madison, Tenn. 37115 

FEDERAL 

see Starday/King 

FIESTA 

1619 Broadway 
New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) PL 7-7760 

FIFTY STATES 

812 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

FILLMORE (dist: Epic) 
1548 Market St. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

94102 

(415) 626-0910 

FIRST COMPONENT 

see Audio Fidelity 

FLASH 

315 Gun Club Rd. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37207 

FLYING DUTCHMAN 
1841 Broadway 
New York, N. Y. 10023 
(212) 489-9191 

FOLK LEGACY 
Sharon Mt. Road 
Sharon, Conn. 06069 
(203) 364-5661 

FOLKWAYS 
701 7th Ave. 

New York, N. Y. 10036 
(212) 586-7260 

FONTANA 
see Mercury 

FORD 

353 W. 57th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 

(212) 581-5516 

FRATERNITY 
Sheraton Gibson Hotel 
Rm 105 

Cincinnati, Ohio 45201 
(513) 381-3166 

FUNKY RECORDS 
17 Robin Street 
Rochester, N.Y. 14613 

G 

GAR 

see General American 
GM 

14611 E. 9 Mile 
E. Detroit, Mich. 48021 
(313) 779-1380 

GMI 

see Groove Merchant 

GNP CRESCENDO 
9165 Sunset Blvd 
Los Angeles, Calif. 90069 

(213) 275-1108 

GRC 

813 16th Ave.. South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

GRT 

see Chess 

GSF 

888 7th Ave. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 489-7030 

GWP 

133 5th Ave. 

New York, N. Y. 10022 

(212) 475-7100 

GALAXY 
see Fantasy 

GLENN PRODUCTIONS 
157 W. 57th Street 
New York, N.Y. 10019 

GLOBE 

1313 Dickerson Rd. 
Nashville, Ten. 37207 

GOLD RUSH 

812 16th Ave., South 

Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

GONE 

see Roulette 

GOOD MEDICINE 
see Starday/King 

GORDO 

544 N. Western Ave. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 90004 

(213) 461-2903 

GORDY 
see Motown 

GOSPEL TRUTH 
see Stax 

GRAMM 
see Gambit 

GRAND AWARD 
1330 Ave. of Americas 
New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) LT 1-7777 

GRAND FUNK RAILROAD 
see Capitol 


GREAT AMERICAN 
MUSIC MACHINE, INC. 
3700 So. Jason St. 
Englewood, Co. 80110 
(303) 761-3692 

GREAT SOUTHERN 

P.O. Box 30029 
738 Camp St. 

New Orleans, La. 70190 

GREAT WESTERN 
GRAMOPHONE 
(dist: Epic) 

9151 Sunset Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 90069 
(213) 278-1566 

GREEN BOTTLE 
(dist: Famous) 

7033 Sunset Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 90028 
(213) 464-5122 

GREENWICH 
GRAMOPHONE CO. 
see London 

GREGAR (dist: RCA) 
6363 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Cal. 90028 
(213) 461-9171 

GROOVE MERCHANT 
1 Gulf + Western Plaza 
New York, N. Y. 10023 
(212) 541-8770 


H 

HAPPYSAD 

2685 Grand Concourse 
Bronx, N.Y. 10468 

HARMONY 
see Columbia 

HARVEST 
see Capitol 

HEARTWARMING 
1625 Broadway 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

HEAVY DUTY 
850 7th Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 10019 

(212) 757-1170 

HICKORY 

2510 Franklin Rd. 
Nashville, Ten. 37204 

HIDEOUT 
124 S. Woodward 
Birmingham, Mich. 
48011 

(313) 642-0910 

HIGHWAY 
see MGM 

HILARY RECORDS 
213 Vanderpool St. 
Newark, N.J. 07103 
(212) 571-0426 

HILLTOP 

see Pickwick Inti. 

HOB 

see Scepter 

HOLLYWOOD 
see Starday/King 

HONEY 
see Avco 

HOPI 

see Starday/King 
dist: Buddah 

HOTWAX (dlst: Buddah) 
1800 N. Argyle 
Hollywood. Cal. 90028 

(213) 469-8186 


HOUSE OF GOSPEL 

905 17th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 

HUSTLERS 1 

1019 Walnut St. 

Macon, Ga. 31201 
(912) 742-0932 

I 

IMPACT 

1625 Broadway 

Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

IMPERIAL 
see United Artists 


IM'PRESS 

7925 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Hollywood, Cal. 90046 
(213) 654-4522 

IMPULSE 
see ABC 

IN 

see Jewel 

INCREASE 
see ABC 


(cont'd) 


76 


Cash Box — July 7, 1973 


An 

International Independent 


ROULETTE 

RECORDS 

FOREIGN 

LICENSES 

LICENSEE 

VOGUE P.I.P 

82 Rue Maurice Grandcoing 
93-Villetar.euse (Seine-St. Denis), 
France 

BELLAPHON RECORDS . . 

6 Fiankturt 1 
Posttach 119064 
Mainzer Landstrasse 87-89 
GERMANY 

GRT OF CANADA, LTD 

150 Consumers Road-Suite 104 
Willowdale, Ontario, Canada 

NIPPON COLUMBIA CO. LTD. 

14-14, 4 Chome Akasaka 
Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 

SONET GRAMMOFON AB 



TERRITORY 



Austria, France , French Union, 
Monaco, Lichtenstein, Switzerland 
Belgium, Netherlands, and 
Luxemburg. 

Germany. 


Canada. 




Japan, Korea, Thailand, Singapore, 
Malay, Hong Kong, Taiwan. 

Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland. 


PLANETARY-NOM LONDON. LTD, 

c/ o Big Ben Music Ltd. 

1 8 Lancaster Mews 
London, W2 ENGLAND 


Torvikssvangen 7 A 
S-181 05 Lidingo 5 
Sweden 

PHONOGRAM RECORDINGS PTY. LTD. 

200 Goulburn Street 
Sydney 2000, Australia 


Commonwealth oi Australia and its 
territories and dependencies. 


PLANETARY-NOM AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD. 

c/o Norman Whiteley Holdings Pty. Ltd. 

66 Lincoln House 

280 Pitt Street 

Sydney 2000 AUSTRALIA 


SICAMERICANA, S.A. 

Jose E. Uriburu 40-42 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 

POLYGRAM RECORDS. LTD. 

P.O. Box 3517 
Wellington, New Zealand 

TRUTONE PTY. LTD 

P.O. Box 9299 

Johannesburg, South Africa 

ORFEON VIDEOVOX, S.A. 

Av. Universidad 1273 
Apartado 8073 
Mexico 12, D.F. 

FABRICA DE DISCOS COLUMBIA. S.A. 

Libertad 24 
Madrid, Spain 

RCA, S.A. ELETRONICA 

Av. Ipiranga 1097 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 

EL PALACIO DE LA MUSICA 

Apartado 3637 
Caracas, Venezuela 

DISCOMODA DE COLOMBIA, LTDA. 

Apartado Aereo: 29585 
Calle 14 No. 12-11 Piso 2° 

Bogota, COLOMBIA 

HATAKLIT LTD. 

1 1 Herzl Street 
Haifa, Israel 


Argentina and Uruguay. 


New Zealand and Fiji. 


Union of South Africa, Tanganyika , 
Mauritius, Rhodesia, Kenya, 
Nyassaland and Uganda. 

Mexico. 


Spain and Portugal. 


Brazil. 


Venezuela. 


Colombia. 


Israel & Cyprus. 


PLANETARY-NOM AFRICA PTY. LTD. 

P.O. Box 6216 
Johannesburg, South Africa 


CARADAM EDITIONS MUSICALES PTY. LTD. 

20 Bis Rue Louis-Philippe 
92 Neuilly-Sur-Seine, FRANCE 
Hts de S. 


MRS. GEORGE THOMAS FOLSTER & ASSOCIATES 

Hibiya Park Building 
Tokyo, JAPAN 


INTERSONG-FORLAGEN AB 

Kommendorsgatan 26 
Box 5222 

102 45 Stockholm 5, SWEDEN 


MUSIKVERLAG PLANETARY GMBH 

c/ o Editions Intro Gebr. Meisel OHG 
Wittelsbacherstr. 18 
1000 Berlin 31 GERMANY 


LES EDITIONS INTERNATIONALES BASART NV 


MERCEDES TRADING & MANUFACTURING Ghana. 
LTD. 

P.O. Box 7657 
Accra, Ghana 


Hofstede Oud-Bussem 
Flevolaan 41 
Naarden HOLLAND 


PHONOGRAM S.A. 

Greece and Libya. 

7, Mavrokordatou Street 
Athens 142, Greece 

CAROSELLO C.E.M.E.D.s.r.1. 

Galleria del Corso No. 4 
Milano, Italy 

Italy. 

"EL VIRREY" INDUSTRLAS MUSICALES. S.A. 

Apartado No. 6191 
Correo Central 
Lima, 1, Peru 

Peru. 

DISTRIBUIDORA DOMINICANA DE 
DISCOS 

El Conde 94 Esquina Espailiat 
Edilicio Jarr Apartmento 408 4to-Piso 
Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

Santo Domingo. 


EDIZIONI MUSICALI STAR. S.R.L. 

Galleria del Corso 4 
Milan, ITALY 


EDITORIAL MUSICAL LATINO AMERICANA, S.A. 

Laguna de Mayran 258 (2do. Piso) 

Mexico 17, D.F. 


EDICOES MUSICAIS VICTOR LTDA. 

Rua Dona Veridiana, 172 and 180 
Sao Paulo, BRAZIL 


ONDA NUEVA . . 

Via Bolivar No. 9 
Apartado 11369 
Panama 6, R.P. 


Panama and Central America. 


CANCIONES DEL MUNDO 

Magallanes, 21 
Madrid IS, SPAIN 




{cont’d) 

INTERNATIONAL 
BROTHERS 
see T. K. Prod. 


ISLAND Wist: Capitol) 
1370 Ave. Of Americas 
New York, N. Y. 10019 

(212) 541-9370 


j 


j-crrv 

see Ebony Sounds 

JAMIE/GUYDEN 
919 N. Broad St. 

Phila., Pa. 19123 
(215! CE3-8383 

JANUS 
see Chess 

JAY WALKING 
see Chess 

JAY-JAY 
1959 71st St. 

Miami Beach, Fla. 33141 
(305) 864-4581 

JED 

2935 Berry Hlli Dr. 
Nashville, Term. 37204 

JESS 

1516 Hawkins 
Nashville, Term. 37203 

JEWEL 

728 Texas 

Shreveport, La. 71163 
(318) 422-0195 

JLB 

P.O. Box 1597 
Nashville, Term. 37203 

JMI 

1222 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

JONEL 

1030 17th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

JUST SUNSHINE 
(dlst: Famous) 

1 Gulf H- Western Plaza 
New York, N. Y. 10023 
(212) 333-4140 


K 


K-ARK 

728 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

K&M RECORDS 
467 Central Pk. South 
N.Y.C. 10025 
(212) 850-4138 
668-3330 


KAMA SUTRA 
tee Buddah 

KENYfOOD 

1011 Woodland St. 

Nashville, Tenn. 37206 

KENT 

5810 S. Normandie 
Los Angeles, Cal. 90044 

(213) 753-5121 

KEY 

8422 West Forth 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

90048 

KING 

3S57 Dickerson Road 
Nashville, Tenn. 37207 

KINGSTON 
see Bell 

KIRSHNER (dlst: RCA) 
1370 Ave. Of Americas 
New York, N. Y. 10019 

(212) 489-0440 

KUVIER 

5652 Wlllowcrest Ave. 

N. Hollywood, Cal. 91601 

(213) 980-8254 

KOKO 
see Stax 

KUDU 

see Creed Taylor Inc. 


I 


LA COMEDIE 
FRANCAISE 
see Everest 


| NASHBORO 

10.11 Woodland St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37206 

NASHVILLE 
see Starday/KIng 

NATURAL RESOURCES 

see Motown 

NEIGHBORHOOD 
(dlst: Famous) 

1 Gulf + Western Plaza 
New York, N. Y. 10023 
(212) 3 33-4198 

NEON 
see RCA 

NEW AGE 
see London 

NEW DESIGN 
(dlst: Epic) 

322 W. 48th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 489-8940 


PERSPECTIVE 
P.O. Box 3582 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

PHASE FOUR 
see London 

PHILA. INTL. 

(dlst: Epic) 

250 S. Broad St. 

Phila., Pa. 19102 
(215) KI5-6490 

PHILIPS 
see Mercury 

PHIL-L.A. OF SOUL 
see Jamle/Guyden 

PHILLY GROOVE 
(dlst: Bell) 

1422 Chestnut St. 

Phila., Pa. 19102 
(215) L03-7878 

PHOENIX 


I REPRISE 

4000 Warner Blvd. 
Burbank, Cal. 91505 
(213) 843-6000 

REQUEST RECORDS 

66 Memorial Highway 
New Rochelle, N.Y. 
10801 

RICE 

805 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

RICHMOND 
see London 

RIGHT-ON 
250 W. 57th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 765-7900 

RIPARIA D'ORO 
475 5th Ave. 

New York, N. Y. 10017 
(212) MU8-1093 


SMASH 
see Mercury 

SOLID GOLD 

713 18th Ave., South 

Nashville, Term. 37203 

SONGBIRD 
see Peacock 

SOUL 

see Motown 

SOUL POWER 
see Jewel 

SOULTOWN 

(See Zay) 

SOUNCOT 
1221 Lee Rd. 

Orlando, Fla. 32810 
(305) 295-6170 

SOUNDS OF THE SOUTH 

(See MCA) 


IAFF 

4101 W. Jefferson Blvd, 
Los Angeles, Cal. 90016 
(213) 737-1000 

LAURIE 

165 W. 46th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10036 
(212) 582-2975 

LAVA (dlst: Hustlers) 

1019 Walnut St, 

Macon, Ga. 31201 
(912) 742-2527 

LAWTON 

see Aveo 

LE CAM (dlst: Epic) 
c/o Major Sill Smith 
Box 11152 

Fort Worth, Tex. 76110 
(317) 332-3821 

LEWIS 
see Jewel 

LIBERTY 

see United Artists 

LIGHTNING 

806 17th Ave., South 

Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

LION 

see MGM 

LITTLE DAVID 
see Atlantic 

L'OISEAU LYRE 
see London 

LONDON 

539 W. 25th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10001 
(212) 675-6060 

LOST NITE (dlst: UDC) 
1928 Arch 
Phila., Pa. 19103 
(215) 563-7285 


M 


MACE 
see Scepter 

MAINSTREAM 

1700 Broadway 

New York, N. Y. 10019 

(212) 247-0655 

MALLARD 

1012 17th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 

MAM 

see London 

MANDELLA 

see Starday/KIng 

MANKIND 

1011 Woodland St. 

Nashville, Tenn. 37206 

MARDI GRAS 
see Roulette 

MARGARET 

3600 W. Roosevelt 
Chicago, III. 

MARK 

1415 E. Douglas Ave. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37206 

MCA 

100 Universal City Plaza 
Universal City, Cal. 
91405 

(213) 985-4321 
MEGA 

911 17th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 

MELODEON 
see Blograph 

MELODIYA 
see Capitol 

MENORAH 
52 E. Broadway 
New York, N. Y. 10022 
(212) WA5-7573 

MERCEDE 

2727 E. Oakland Park 
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
33306 

(305) 564-5051 

MERCURY 
3S E. Wacker Dr. 

Chicago, III. 60601 
(312) DE2-5788 
1512 Hawkins St. 
Nashville, Term. 37203 

METRO-COUNTRY 
see Starday/King 

METROMEDIA 

485 Lex. Ave. 

N.Y.C. 

(212) 682-9100 


[ METRONOME 
see Creed Taylor Inc. 

! MGM 

7165 Sunset Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 90046 
(213) 874-0180 
720 17th Ave., South 
Nashville, Term. 37203 


MIDNIGHT SUN 
see Shelby Singleton 


MILESTONE 
see Audio Fidelity 


MILLION 

103-3 Saunders Ferry 
Rd. 

Hendersonville, Tenn. 
37075 


MINARET 

3106 Belmont Blvd. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 


MISSION 

812 17th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 


MOC (dlst: London) 
see HI 


MONITOR 
156 5th Ave. 

New York, N. Y. 10010 
(212) 989-2323 


MONMOUTH- 
EVERGREEN 
1697 Broadway 
New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 757-5105 

M00NS0NG 
(dist. Mercury) 

Showtime Prod. 

115 3rd Ave. W. 
Birmnigham, Ala. 35204 
(205) 324-8616 


MONUMENT 
530 W. Main St. 
Hendersonville, Tenn. 
37075 


MOTHER 

1050 George Street 
New Brunswick, N.J. 


MOTOWN 
2457 Woodward 
Detroit. Mich. 48201 
(313) 965-9250 
6464 Sunset Boulevard 
Los Angeles, Calif. 
90028 

2211 W. Edsel Ford 
Detroit, Mich. 48208 
1270 Tacoma Drive 
Atlanta, Ga. 30318 
20 West End Avenue 
New York, N.Y. 10023 
5059 South Kedzle 
Chicago, III. 60632 

MOWEST 

See Motown 

MR. PICKWICK 

see Pickwick Inti. 


MR. WOOD 
414 2nd Street 
Hermosa Beach, Calif. 
90254 

MUMS (dlst: Epic) 

8899 Beverly Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 90048 
(213) 273-5050 


MURBO 

136 W. 52nd St. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) CI7-5500 


MUSIC MERCHANTS 
(dlst: Buddah) 

3125 Cadillac Towers 
Detroit, Mich. 48226 
(313) 961-0106 


MUSICOR 
240 W. 55th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 581-4680 


MY NAME 

see Pickwick Inti. 


N 


NAMI RECORDS 
65 W. 55th St. 
Suite 5F 
N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 541-8681 


NASCO 

1011 Woodland St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37206 


NONESUCH 
see Elektra 

NOTE RECORD CO., INC. 
259 Mathewson PI., SW 
Atlanta, Ga. 30314 

NRS 

822 19th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

NUGGET 

Rt. #1, Box 400 
Goodlettsvllle, Tenn. 
37072 


0 


OAK 

6430 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

ODE 

see A&M 

ODYSSEY 
see Columbia 

OKEH 
see Epic 

OLD TIMEY 

see Arhoolle 

ORIGINAL SOUND 
7120 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood. Cal. 90046 
(213) 851-2254 

OVATION 
1249 Waukegan 
Glenview, III. 60025 
(213) 729-7300 

OWEMAN 
Suite 218, 

806 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Term. 37203 


P 


PANORAMA 
1819 Broadway 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

PALLADIUM 

see Hideout 

PARAMOUNT 
(see Famous) 

1605 Hawkins St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

PARROT 
see London 

PARTHESON 
(division of Wllbom 
Brothers Enter.) 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

PAULA 

see Jewel 

PEACOCK 
2809 Erastus St. 
Houston, Tex. 77026 
(713) 0R3-2611 

PELEGRIN RECORDS 
10945 Victory Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 

PEOPLE 
see Polydor 

PEOPLE'S 
MUSIC WORKS 
220-16 Hempstead Ave. 
Queens Village, N.Y. 
11429 

PERCEPTION 
165 W. 46th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10036 
(212) 765-9690 

PERSONALITY 

P.O. Box 39 

Las Vegas. Nev. 89101 


QUO A Dill oouin 

Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

PICKWICK INTL. 

135 Crossways Park Dr. 
Woodbury, N. Y. 11797 
(516) 364-2900 

PICKWICK 33 
see Pickwick Inti. 

PIONEER 
701 7th Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 10036 

(212) JU6-7260 

PLANTATION 
3106 Belmont Blvd. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 

PLAYBOY 

8560 W. Sunset 

Los Angeles, Cal. 90069 

(213) 659-4110 

PLUSH 

see Jewel 

POISON RING 
10 George St. 
Wallingford, Conn. 06492 
(203) 265-0010 

POLYDOR 
1700 Broadway 
New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 245-0600 

POMPEII 

2539 Cedar Springs 
Dallas, Tex. 75204 

(214) 741-6891 

POPPY (dlst: UDC) 

551 Fifth Ave. 

New York, N. Y. 10017 
(212) 867-2431 

PORTLAND 
P. 0. Box 06013 
Portland, Ore. 97206 

PRICELESS 

3703 Dickerson Rd. 

Nashville, Tenn. 37207 

PRIZE 

1516 Hawkins St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

PROPHESY 
see Atlantic 

PURPLE 

see Capitol 


PYE 

see Bell 


PYRAMID 

812 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 


R 


RAINY WEDNESDAY 
c-o Gulliver Dlst. 

25 W. Flagler 
Suite 1121 
Miami, Fla. 33130 

RANWOOD 
9034 Sunset Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 90069 
(213) 278-7222 


RARE EARTH 

see Motown 


RCA 

1133 Ave. of Americas 
N.Y.C. 10036 
(212) 598-5900 

806 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 


RED-LITE 

see De Lite 


RENEGADE 

801 16th Ave., South 

Nashville, Tenn. 37203 


ROCKET RECORDS 

(See MCA) 

ROCKY RIDGE 
see MGM 

ROCKY ROAD (dlst: Bell) 
1022 N. Palm Ave. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 90069 
(213) 659-0055 

ROLLING STONES 
see Atlantic 

ROMAR (dlst: MGM) 

858 N. Westbourne Dr. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 90069 
(213) 659-1491 

RONN 
see Jewel 

ROULETTE 
17 W. 60th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10023 

(212) 757-9880 

ROYAL AMERICAN 
1310 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 

RURAL RHYTHM 
Box A-6 

Arcadia, Cal. 91006 

(213) 446-1624 


s 


SSS INTERNATIONAL 
3106 Belmont Blvd. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 

SALVATION 

see Creed Taylor Inc. 

SCALA 
see Everest 

SCEPTER 

254 W. 54th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 245-5515 

SERAPHIM 

see Capitol 

SEVENTY SEVEN 
P.O. Box 6128 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 

SHANNON 
P.O. Box 1 

Madison, Tenn. 37115 

SHELTER 

See Capitol 

SHOUT 
see Bang 

SHOW-BIZ 

110 21st Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

SHOWCASE 
see Pickwick Inti. 

SHUE 

806 17th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

SIGNPOST RECORDS 
8756 Holloway Drive 
Los Angeles, Calif. 
90069 

(213) 659-5940 
SINCERE 

2209 Bandywood Dr. 
Nashville, Term. 37215 

SING 

1008 17th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 

SIRE (dist: Famous) 

165 W. 84th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10023 
(212) 595-5500 

SKYE 

see Buddah 


SKYLITE-SING 
1008 17th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 


SOUND STAGE 7 
(dlst: Epic) 
see Monument 

SOUNDS OF MEMPHIS 
see MGM 

SOVEREIGN 
see Capitol 

SPAR 

P.O. Box 7663 
Nashville, Tenn. 

SPARK 

1740 Broadway 
New York, N. Y. 10019 

(212) 265-3956 

SPECIALTY 

8300 Santa Monica 
Hollywood, Cal. 90069 

(213) 656-7711 

SPINDIZZY (dlst: Epic) 
1103 Glendon Ave. 
Westwood Village 
Lot Angeles. CalH. 90024 
(213) 477-0260 

SPIRAL (dlst: 
Jamle/Guyen) 

875 5th Ave. 

New York, N. V. 10021 
(212) RE7-3304 

SPRING (dlst: Polydor) 
201 W. 54th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 

(212) 581-5398 

STAMPEDE 
P.D. Box 1690 
Nashville, Ten. 37202 

STANG 

see All Platinum 

STANYON 
8721 Sunset Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 90069 

(213) 659-1660 

STARDAY 

3557 Dickerson Rd. 

Nashville, Tenn. 37207 

STATE FAIR 

801 17th Ave., South 
Nashville, Term. 27203 

STAX 

(See Epic) 

STEADY 

846 7th Avenue 
New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 757-3800 

STEED (dlst: Famous) 

137 W. 52nd St. 

New York. N. Y. 10019 
(212) LTl-2243 

STEREO DIMENSION 
888 7th Ave. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 582-6855 

STONEWAY 
2817 Laura Koppe 
Houston, Tex. 77016 
(713) 0X7-7912 

STOP 

809 18th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

STORMY FOREST 
(dlst: MGM) 

300 W. 55th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 489-8933 

STRAIGHT 
see Warner Bros. 

SUGAR HILL 
see Chart 

SUN 

see Shelby Singleton 

SUNFLOWER 
see MGM 


SUNSET 

see United Artists 


SIR RECORDS 

821 19th Ave., South 
Nashville. Tenn. 37203 


SUPERSTAR 

1050 Vine 

Los Angeles. Calif. 

SURE-FIRE 

317 7th Ave., North 

Nashville, Tenn. 37219 

SUSSEX RECORD 
6255 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollvwood, Calif. 90028 
(213) 461-4923 

SWAMP OOGG 

PRESENTS 

see Jamle/Guyden 

SWEET FORTUNE 

1290 Ave. of Americas 
N.Y.C. 


T 


T. K. PRODUCTIONS 
495 S. E. 10th Court 
Hialeah. Fla. 33010 
(305) 888-1685 

TMI (dlst: RCA) 

1711 Poplar Ave. 
Memnhis, Tenn. 38104 
(901) 278-0585 

T. T. C. RECORDS 
445 Park Avenue 
New York, N. Y. 10022 
(212) 758-2956 

T-NECK 

(dist: Columbia) 

1650 Broadway 
New York, N. Y. 10019 

(212) 582-5430 

TAKOMA 
3105 Pico Blvd. 

Santa Monica, Cal. 
90404 

(213) 829-1741 

TAMLA 
see Motown 

TANGERINE (dlst: ABC) 
2107 W. Washington 
Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 90018 
(213) 737-8000 

TARGET (dlst: Mega) 
South & Simmons St. 
Newbern. N. C. 28560 
(919) 638-5565 

CREED TAYLOR INC. 

1 Rockefeller Plaza 
New York, N. Y. 10020 

(212) 489-6120 

TELEFUNKEN (dlst: 

London) 

see Argo 

TEMPO 

1625 Broad St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

TENNESSEE 
620 Tulip Circle 
Gallatin, Tenn. 37066 
(615) 452-7147 

THIMBLE 

see Audio Fidelity 

THOM-A-HAWK 
P.O. Box 1262 
Nashville, Tenn. 37202 

THORN (dist. UDC) 

6920 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

(213) 461-9141 

THRESHOLD 
see London 

TICO 

see Roulette 

TIFFANY 

P.O. Box 12572 

Nashville, Tenn. 37212 

TIGER TAIL 
see Audio Fidelity 

TODAY 

see Perception 

TOMMY RECORDS 

See Columbia 

TOP & BOTTOM 

see Jamle/Guyden 

TOPIC 

122 Two Mile Pike 
Goodlettsvllle, Tenn. 
37072 


TOWN HALL RECORDS 
9131 Bedell Lane 
B.klyn, N.Y. 11236 
(212) 272-9702 

TRAIN 

1201 Plymouth Ave. 
Nashville, Term. 37216 

(cont’d) 


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rant/Tom T. Hall/Clay Hammond/Hard Stuff/ Alex Harvey Banc' 
ade Warrior/Sam Leopold/Jerry Lee Lewis//Linda Gail Lewis/Ch 
jNeal/Aaron Neville/New York Dolls/Peaches & Herb/Carl Per 
iguez/The Routers/Ruben & The Jets/Gary Sargeants/Mort Sc’ 

.ler Brothers/Rod Stewart/Joe Tex/Domenic Troiano/Uriah Hee 


We’re charting an upward course. 


I 

products of phonogram, inc., 35 e. wacker drive, Chicago, ill. 
formerly mercury record productions, inc. 



A 

AAA RECORDING 
835 Dorchester An. 
Boston, Mass. 02125 

AAA RECORDING 
301 South Main Street 
Fayetteville, Term. 

A&M RECORDS 
1416 N. La Brea Ave. 
Hollywood, Calif. 80028 

A-l SOUND 
242 W. 76th St. 

N.Y.C. 10023 
(212) Cl-6-3594 

A&R RECORDING 

322 W. 48th St. 

N.Y.C. 10036 
(212) 582-1070 

ABLE TURNTABLE 
6912 Hollywood Blvd, 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

ACA RECORDING 
8208 West Park 
Houston, Texas 77006 

ACA RECORDING STUDIO 
1017 Westheimer 
Houston, Texas 77006 

ACE RECORDING 
1 Boylston Pi. 

Boston, Mass. 02116 

ACCENT SOUND, LTD. 

48 W. Biddle St. 
Baltimore, Md. 21201 


ACTION RECORDING CO. 

2207 El Camino Real 
San Mateo, Calif. 94403 

ADELPHI STUDIOS 

516 E. Indian Spring Driv 
Silver Springs, Md. 20901 

ADRIAN ASSOCIATES 
6660 Biscayne Blvd. 
Miami, Fla. 33138 
(305) 757-1626 

ADVANTAGE SOUND 
911 8th Ave. 

N.Y.C. 1 001 9 
(212) 757-0388 

AGENCY RECORDING 
20 N. Wacker 
Chicago, III. 60606 
(312) CE-6-3632 

AGENCY RECORDING 

1730 E. 24 St. 

Cleveland, Ohio 44114 

AHAB RECORDING 
STUDIOS 

1806 Grand Ave. 

Nashville Tenn. 37204 

AIR-TONE SOUND 

2330 market St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 

AKRON RECORDING 
790 Main St. 

Akron, Ohio 

ALAMO RECORDING 

804 18th Avenue, South 
Nashville, Tenn. 

ALBA-TRIO RECORDING 

130 Seventh St. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 15228 

ALCO INC./PYRAMID 
215 S. Tioga 
Ithaca, N.Y. 14850 


ALCON RECORDING 

4435 Mayfield Rd. 
Cleveland, Ohio 44121 

BARBARA ALLAN 

PO Box 207 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 49005 

DUANE ALLEtJ SOUND 
920 19th Ave., S. 
Nashville, Tenn. 

ALLEGRO SOUND 
1650 Broadway 
N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 765-7400 


ALL-PURPOSE RECORD- 
ING 

1223 S. Dale Mabry Hwy. 
Tampa, Fla. 33609 


ALTEEN RECORDING CO. 
B204 S. Stony Island 
Chicago, III. 

ALTO FONIC 

6362 Hollywood Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

AMERICA'S PROD. 

600 Biscayne Blvd. 
Miami, Fla. 33132 

AMERICAN UNE 
STUDIOS 

15 E. Franklin St. 
Beijbrook, Ohio 45305 


80 


I AMERICANA STUDIOS 
j F'O Drawer t, 707-70 9 W 
! Ave, 

Suston, La. 71270 

AMERICAN SOUND 
827 Thomas St. 

Memphis, Tenn, 38107 

AMERICAN TAPE 

j 5727 W. Jefferson Blvd. 

I Los Angeles, Calif. 90C16 
AMIGO STUDIOS 
11114 Cumpston Ave. 

K. Hollywood, Calif. 9160 


! AUDIOFONICS 
i 15 W. Lenoir St. 
j Raleigh, N. C. 27602 

| AUDIOTEK RECORDING 
711 W. Broadway 
Minneapolis, Minn. 55411 

AUDIO TRONIC 
188 Barbados Ave. 
iampa. Fla. 33606 
(813) 257-9331 

AURA RECORDING 

136 W. 52nd St. 

New York, N.Y. 10019 


AMP EX CORP. 

5335 N. Tacoma 
Indianapolis, Ind. 46220 

ANDRUS RECORDING 
3204 Broadway 
Houston, Texas 77017 

APEX RECORD PRESSING 
C0„ INC. 

7247 South Racine Avenui 
Chicago, Illinois 60636 

APOLLO 

1915 N. Quince 
Olympia, Wash. 98501 

APOSTOLIC STUDIOS 

53 E 10th St. 

New York, N.Y. 10003 

ARDENT RECORDING 
1457 National St. 
Memphis, Tenn. 38122 

ARTCRAFT RECORDING 
285 E. 49th St. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 11203 

FRED ARTHUR PROD. 

1218 E. 18th Ave. 

Denver, Colo. 80218 
(303) 255-4686 

ARTIE FIELDS PROD. 

9430 Woodward Ave. 
Detroit, Mich. 48202 

ARTISAN SOUND 

6430 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

ARTISAN SOUND 
1710 N. La Brea Ave. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90046 

ARTIST RECORDING 

320 Mill St. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 45215 

ARTISTS RECORDING 

1648 Cherokee 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

ARTISTS RECORDING 

5904 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

ASCOT RECORDING 

5904 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

ASSOCIATED 

RECORDING 

723 7th Ave. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 245-7640 

ATHENA RECORDING 

P.O. Box 68 

Brentwood, Texas 37027 

ATLANTIC STUDIO 

11 W. 60th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

AUDIO CITY 

2009 E. Lake St. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 55406 


AUDICOM CORP. 

995 S. Clermont 
Denver, Colo. 80222 
(303) 757-3377 

AUDIO GENERATIONS 

135 W. 14th St. 

N.Y.C. 10011 
(212) 243-9827 

AUDIO GRAPHIC 

1516 Ferris Ave 

Royal Oak, Michigan 4806 

AUDIO MIXERS 
RECORDING 

740 N. Rush 
Chicago, III. 

AUDIO RECORDERS 
3843 Richmond St. 

San Diego, Calif. 92103 

AUDIO RECORDERS 
3830 N. 7th St. 

Phoenix, Ariz. 

AUDIO RECORDERS 
3941 Fifth Ave. 

San Diego, Calif. 92103 

AUDIO RECORDING 
601 Rockwell Ave. 
Cleveland, Ohio 44114 

AUDIO RECORDING 
2227 Fifth Ave. 

Seattle, Washington 

AUDIO SOUND SERVICES 
104 F.. Bloomfield St. 
Rome. N.Y. 13440 


AURA-SONIC LABS, INC. 
236 E. 25th St. 
Baltimore, Md. 21218 

A-V CENTER 
6116 N. Lincoln Ave. 
Chicago, III. 

AVERBECK-WARREN 

815 Ohio St. 

Quincy, III. 62301 

AXIS 

3290 Harrison St. 

San Francisco, Calif. 9411 


B 

BALDWIN SOUND 
5252 Trlndle Rd. 
Mechanicsburg, Pa. 17065 

BALKAN MUSIC CO. 

6917 Cermak 
Berwyn, ill. 


BAND BOX STUDIO 

1155 Reed St. 

Denver, Colo. 80215 
(303) 455-4118 

BAND 'n VOCAL MOBILE 
RECORDING SERVICE 

770 'G' North Main 
Orange, Calif. 92667 

BEE JAY RECORDING 

Box T, Winter Park 
Orlando, Fla. 32789 

BEL-AIRE 

1740 W. 47th St. 

Chicago, III. 60609 

BELL SOUND STUDIOS 

237 W. 54th St. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 582-4812 


BELT SOUND STUDIO 

979 E. Broadway 
Muskegon, Mich. 49444 

BELTONE RECORDING 

4 West 31st St. 

New York, N.Y. 

CHARLES BENNETT 

4150 Fox St. 

Denver, Colo. 80216 
(303) 433-3334 

BEN PARSONS PROD. 
1743 Warm Springs Rd. 
Columbus, Ga. 31904 

BEN SCOTT RECORDING 
1995 N.E. 150 St. 

North Miami, Fla. 

33161 

(305) 945-5465 

BENSON SOUND STUDIO 
3707 S. Blackweider Ave. 
Oklahoma City, Okla. 731) 

BENRENE REC. STUDIO 
Rt. 1 Twlnville Rd. 

Powell, Tenn. 37849 

BEAVERWOOD SOUND 

133 Walton Ferry Road 
Hendersonville, Tenn. 

BILL RASE RECORDING 

2904 Franklin Blvd. 
Sacramento, Calif. 95818 

BLACKWOOD RECORDING 
3933 Summer 
Memphis, Tenn. 38122 

BLUE SOUL STUDIO 
4427B Creshaw Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 90043 

BODDIE RECORDING 

12202 Union Ave. 
Cleveland, Ohio 44105 

BONITA RECORDING 
3346 Glen Abbey Blvd. 
Chula Vista, Calif. 92010 


BOULEVARD 
RECORDING 
632 N. Dearborn 
Chicago, III. 60610 
(312) 944-2752 

BOUTWELL RECORDING 
1929 Cahaba Rd. 
Birmingham, Ala. 35223 
(205) 871-3315 

BOYD RECORDING 
801 Core St. 

Dallas, Texas 75207 


BRADLEY'S BARN 

Benders Ferry Rd. 

Mt. Juilet, Tenn. 

BRADLEY'S BARN 
1609 Hawkins St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

BRADLEY'S RECORDING 

531 N. Howard St. 
Baltimore, Md. 21201 

BRANDT'S RECORDING 

1030 48th St. 

Sacramento, Calif. 95819 

BRIANS RECORDING 
2200 Sunnybrook 
Tyler, Texas 75701 

BRITT SOUND STUDIO 

Box 727 

Biscoe, N.C. 27209 

BROADWAY RECORDING 

1697 Broadway 
N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 247-1690 

EMMIT BROOKS 

PO Box 998 

Las Cruces, N.M. 88047 

BRUCE KIRBY 

1016 N. Highland Ave. 

Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

BRUCE KIRBY SOUND 

1606 Cahuenga Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 9002B 


BRUNSWICK RECORD 
CORP. 

1449 S. Michigan Ave. 
Chicago, III. 

BUD PRESSNER 
SERVICE 
4839 Broadway 
Gary, Ind. 46409 

BURBANK STUDIOS 

4000 Warner Blvd. 
Burbank, Calif. 91505 


c 

CALIFORNIA RECORDERS 

5203 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

CAPITAL CITY SOUND 
PO Box 14687 
Baton Rouge, La 70808 

CAPITOL RECORDS 

Capitol Tower 
Hollywood, Calif. 

CAPITOL RECORDS, INC. 
1370 Ave. of 
Americas, N.Y.C. 

CAPRICORN SOUND 

I 534 Broadway 
Macon, Ga. 31201 

CARDONA RECORDING 
3658 S. Perry St. 
Montgomery, Ala. 36105 
(205) 265-9961 

CAROUSEL PROD. 

25th & Chase St. 

Denver, Colo. 80214 
(303) 238-1229 

FRED F. CARTER, JR. 

400 Tinnin Road 
Good lettsvi 1 1 e, Tenn. 

CASSETTES, INC. 

2512 S.W. 3rd Ave. 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

33315 

(305) 522-0222 

CASTLE PRODUCTIONS 

642 Birches Dr. 

Lake Geneva, Wis. 53147 

GATERO SOUND CO. 

1548 Market St. 

San Francisco, Calif. 94 

CAVERN RECORDING 
16400 E. Truman Rd. 
Independence, Mo. 64050 

CEDARWOOD SOUND 
815 16 Ave S 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

CEE RECORDING 

PO Box 8921 
Albuquerque, N.M. 87108 

CENTURY CUSTOM RECS 

25 Campion Rd. 

Capa Elizabeth, Maine 0 

CENTURY CUSTOM 

5712 College Ave. 

Des Moines, Iowa 50310 

CENTURY CUSTOM 

6010 Goodrich Rd. 

Clarence Center, Buffalo, 

CENTURY CUSTOM 

Main St. 

Colchester, Vt. 05446 


CENTURY CUSTOM 

5006 W. Houston Ave. 
Spokane, Wash. 99208 

CENTURY CUSTOM 

PO Box 862 
Springfield, Mo. 65801 

CENTURY RECORDERS 

995 S. Clermont 
Denver, Colorado 80222 

CENTURY RECORDERS 

1220 NW 39 
Oklahoma City, Okla. 731 

CENTURY RECORDERS 

1 S. 303 Ingersoll Lane 
Village Park, III. 60181 

CENTURY RECORDING 

2 Portland St. 

Holyoke, Mass. 01040 

CENTURY RECORDING 

1063 Shepard Hills Blvd. 
Macedonia, Ohio 44056 

CENTURY RECORDING 
11 S. Idlewild 
Memphis, Tenn. 38104 

CENTURY SOUND 

143 W. 51st St. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 265-4370 

CHAMP RECORDING 
1807 Indian Ridge Road 
Johnson City, Tenn. 3760) 

CHANNEL ONE 
PRODUCTIONS 

1061 Elmira St. 

Mobile, Ala. 36604 
(205) 432-4845 

DICK CHARLES 

729 7th Ave. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 582-7920 

CHATTANOOGA 

1077 Duncan Ave. 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 37404 

CHEROKEE SOUND 

PO Box 175 
Falrmount, Ga. 30139 

CHESS RECORD CORP. 
320 E. 21st St. 
j Chicago, III. 


CHICAGO SOUND 
FACTORY 
5 603 N. Kimball 
Chicago, III. 

CHIME REC. PROD'N CO. 
223 Jerusalem Ave. 
Hempstead, N.Y. 11550 

CINDERELLA 

1114 Cinderella Drive 
Madison, Tenn. 

CINEMA RECORDING 

21 W. 46 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10036 

CINEMA SOUND INC. 
1635 Division S. 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 4459 

CINE-VOX STUDIOS 
12 E. 41 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10017 

CINEMASOUND, INC. 
1755 N.E. 149 St. 

Miami, Fla. 33161 
(305) 947-5611 

C L B RECORDING 
1515 Hurd Rd. 

Monroe, Mich. 48161 

CLEVELAND RECORDING 

1519 Euclid Ave. 
Cleveland, Ohio 44115 

CMC RECORDING 

1201 Research Blvd. 

St. Louis, Mo. 63132 

COAST RECORDING 

829 Folsom 

San Francisco, Calif. 

COLUMBIA RECORDS 

630 No. McClure Court 
Chicago, III. 60611 

COLUMBIA RECORDS 
6121 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90018 

COLUMBIA RECORDS 
804 16th Ave. So. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

COLUMBIA RECORDS 

Studio B 
49 E. 52nd St. 

New York, N.Y. 

COLUMBIA RECORDS 

30th Street Studio 
307 E. 30th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

COLUMBUS RECORDING 
916 Kearny St. 

San Francisco, Calif. 


COLUMBUS RECORDING 

30 Hotaling 

San Francisco, Calif. 

COMMERCIAL FEATURES 

1411 N. Illinois St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 46202 

COMMERCIAL 

333 Cooke St. 

Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 

COIfIPOSE-REVIVAL 
3973 18 St. 

Ecorse, Mich. 48229 

CONCERT RECORDING 

3318 Platt Ave. 

Lynwood, Calif. 90262 

CONTACT 
864 Kerr Ave. 

Memphis, Tenn. 38106 

CONTINENTAL 
12 Irving St. 

Framingham, Mass. 01701 

COPER STATE 
INC. 

815 E. Broadway 
Tucson, Ariz. 85719 

COULEE RECORDING 

RR 1 

Stoddard, WIs. 54658 

COURIER-EMPIRE 

414 Croghan St. 

Freemont, Ohio 43420 

CREATIVE WORKSHOP 
2804 Azalea PI. 

Nashville, Tenn. 37204 

CRESCENT CITY 

1060 Gatewood Ave. 

I Greensboro, N.C. 27405 

CRITERIA RECORDING 

1755 N.E. 149 St. 

Miami, Fla. 33161 
(305) 947-5611 

CROWN RECORDING 

5642 S. Spaulding 
Chicago, III. 60629 

CRYSTAL-SOUND 
1014 N. Vine St. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90038 

CUE RECORDING 
7 2 W. 45th St. 

N.Y.C. 10036 
(212) 757-3641 


CUSTOM SOUND 
119 Bank St. 

N.Y.C. 10014 
(212) 691-8754 

CUSTOM AUDIO 
110 S. River Rd. 

Des Plaines, III. 60016 

CUSTOM FIDELITY, INC. 

7925 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90046 

CUSTOM SOUND 
1317 S. Peach 
Tyler, Texas 75701 

CUTLER'S RECORDING 
3527 S. Staples 
Corpus Christi, Texas 784: 


D 

DAMON RECORDING 

117 W. 14 St. 

Kansas City, Mo. 64116 


DANDON RECORDERS 
80 W. 40 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10018 

DANI STUDIOS 
32 W. Klubertanz Dr. 
Sun Prairie, Wis. 53590 

DARVIN STUDIO 
100 St. Marks Place 
New York, N.Y. 10009 

GEORGE DAYE PROD. 
1588 N.E. 110th St. 
Miami, Fla. 33161 
(305) 754-1139 

DBM RECORDING 

1516 Hawkins St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

D C T RECORDERS 

6414 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

DECCA RECORDS 

50 West 57th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

DECLERQ STUDIO 

127 Main St. 
Binghamton, N.Y. 13905 

DEE-BEE RECORDING 
S. Camp St. Extension 
Windsor, Pa. 17366 

DEEP SOUTH 

PO Box 2306 

Baton Rouge, La. 70821 


DELL RECORDING 

217 Columbia St. 

Utica, N.Y. 13502 

DELTA RECORDING 

910 Currie St. 

Fort Worth, Texas 

DELTA RECORDING CO. 

612 Prairie St. 
Winnsboro, La. 71295 

DELTA RECORDING 

1564 Broadway 
New York, N.Y. 

DEMO-VOX SOUND 

1038 Bay Ridge Ave. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11219 

DERRICK 

1448 N. Harvard 
Tulsa, Okla. 74110 


DERYCK WARNING 
25 W. 43 St. 

New York, N.Y. 

DESMO RECORDING 
PO. Box 171 
Bellevue, Wash. 98004 

DIAL RECORDING 
323 13 Ave NE 
Minneapolis, Minn. 55413 

DIAMOND JIM 
12318 Dexter Blvd. 
Detroit, Mich. 48206 


DIMENSIONAL SOUND 
245 W. 55th St. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 247-6010 

DIMENSION RECORDS 

55505 Melrose Ave. 
Hollywood, Calif. 


DIRECT RECORDINGS 

18 E. 50 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10022 

DON UPCHURCH 

Carolina Ave. 

Ahoskle, N.C. 27910 


DOPPLER ENTS. INC. 
3720 Oakcliff Rd. NE 
Atlanta, Ga. 30340 

DOUBLE U SOUND 
INC. 

P. 0. Box 4557 
3973 18th St. 

Ecorse. Mich. 48229 


E 

E.A 8. RECORDING 

248 Lisbon St. 

Lewiston, Maine 04240 

ECHO SOUND 
2686 Hempstead 
Turnpike 

Levittown, L.I. 11756 
(516) 796-4800 

EIGHT TRACK 

664 N. Michigan Ave. 
Chicago, II. 

ELECTRIC LADY 

52 W. 8th St. 

N.Y.C. 10011 
(212) 777-0150 

ELECTRONIC 

135 N. Illinois 
Springfield, III. 62702 

ELECTRO-VOX STUDIOS 
5546 Melrose Ave. 
Hollywood. Calif. 90038 

ELITE RECORDING 
333 Ave. of Americas 
N.Y.C. 10014 
(212) OH-3-2754 

EMPIRE STUDIOS 

18 W. 45th St. 

N.Y,C. 10036 
(212) 986-5700 

ETTEILLA INC. 

120 E. 14 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10003 


F 

FAME RECORDING 

1740 S. Bellevue 
Memphis, Tenn. 38114 

FAME RECORDING 

603 E. Avalon Ave, 

Muscle Shoals, Ala. 3566( 

FANFARE RECORDING 

120 E. Main St. 

El Cajon, Calif. 92020 

FEDCO AUDIO LABS. 

37 Clarendon Ave. 
Providence, R.I. 02906 


Cash Box 


FEDCO LABS 

225 W. 34th St. 

N.Y.C. 10001 

FIDELITY RECORDING 

6315 Yucca 
Hollywood, Calif. 

FILM ASSOCS. INC. 

4600 S. Dixie Highway 
Dayton, Ohio 45439 

FILM CITY 

6087 Sunset Blvd. 

Hollywood, Calif. 

FINE RECORDING CO., 

118 West 57th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

FINK-PINEWOOD RECS. 

2732 Beachmont Ave. 
Norfolk, Va. 23504 

FIRESIDE RECORDING 
STUDIOS 

813 18th Ave. South 
Nashville, Tenn 37023 

FLEETWOOD 

321 Revere St. 

Revere, Mass. 02150 

FLETCHER SMITH 

3141 SW 22nd Ct. 

| Fort Lauderdale. Fla. 333 

FORTUNE RECORDINGS 
3942 3rd Ave. 

Detroit, Mich. 

JIMMY FOWLER PROD. 
1811 Stratford Rd. 

Oayce, S.C. 29033 

FRANK BROCK 

928 N. Youk 
Muskogee, Okla. 74401 

FRANKFORD/WAYNE 

LABS 

212 N. 12th St. 

I Philadelphia, Pa. 19107 

FRED FOXX MUSIC CO. 

15 Ontario 

San Mateo, Calif. 94401 

FREDLO RECORDING 
2224 E. 12th St. 
Davenport, Iowa 52803 

FREE SOUND 

7604 S. Cottage Grove 
Chicago, III. 60619 
(312) 488-7588 

FREMERMAN REC’G 
DUPLICATING 
4041 Central 
Kansas City, Mo. 64111 

FULL FIDELITY 

9745 Lockland Rd. 
Cincinnati, Ohio 45215 


G 

G&G RECORDING 

12 Lake Rd. 

Peekskl 1 1, N.Y. 10566 

GAMBIT ENTERPRIZES 

690 Monterey Blvd. 

San Francisco, Calif. 941J 

GARLAND RECORDING 

565 Rose St. NE 
Salem, Oregon 97301 

GATEWAY ASSOC'D 

256 Fifth Ave. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222 

GAYNOTE RECORDNG 

4809 W. Adams Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 90016 

GENERAL AUDIO 
308 W. Sixth St. 

Austin, Texas 78701 

GIGANTIC RECORDING 
113 Garfield Ave. 
Evansville, Ind. 47710 

GILFOY RECORDING 

300 Gilbert 

Bloomington, Ind. 47401 

GLASER BROS. 
RECORDING STUDIOS 

916 19th Ave. South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37025 

GLEN GLEEN SOUND 
6624 Romaine St. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90038 


GLENROSE RECORDING 
IIOV 2 Glenrose Avenue, 
Nashville, Tenn. 

GLO/LITE RECORDING 

4081 Jackson 
Memphis, Tenn. 38128 

GLOBE RECORDING 

420 A Broadway 
Nashville, Tenn. 

G M RECORDING 
14611 Nine Mile Road 
Eatt Detroit, Mich. 4802) 

GMC CUSTOM 
1595 Broadway 
New York, N.Y. 10019 

(con’t next left) 
— July 7, 1973 



The sound you want 
is the sound you get. 


The Burbank Studios sound recording complex 
has been designed to produce, record and 
playback TOTAL sound for record, film and 
video-tape recording. It is staffed and managed 
by the best professionals in the industry, creative 
innovators in sound reproduction. Our people 
and facilities allow you, the artist, full creativity to 
move in whatever direction you choose. Our 
staff knows sound, where it's going and how to 
get there. Add the personal touch of 
individualized attention and the end result is 

TOTAL sound. 

•• 

-uJHJABAnK. 
THc/TUDIO/ >4 

The Burbank Studios 
4000 Warner Boulevard 
Burbank. California 91505 
Telephone (213) S43-6000 


For further information contact Robert K. Hagel. 



GOLDEN ECHO REC'G 
4720 N Mayflower Dr. 
Appleton. Wis. 54911 

GOLDEN STATE 
665 Harrison St. 

San Francisco, Calif. 

GOTHAM REC. CORP. 

2 West 46th St. 

New York, N.Y. 10036 

G R S RECORDINGS 
PO Box 801 
Springfield, Mo. 65801 

GRAVES RECORDING 

2646 Willamette 
Eugene, Oregon 97405 

GREAT WORLD OF 
SOUND 

1175 N.E. 125th St. 
Miami, Fla. 33161 
(305) 891-0688 

GROOVE SOUND 
240 W. 55th St. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 581-4680 


H 

HAKA PRODUCTIONS 

3612 Tecumseh 
Lansing, Mich. 48906 

RICK HALL RECORDING 

603 E. Avalon 
Muscle Shoals, Ala. 
35660 

(205) 381-0801 

HANF RECORDING 
1825 Sylvania Ave. 
Toledo, Ohio 43613 

HARDMAN ASSOCS., INC 
213 Smithfield St. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222 

HARMONIC SOUNDS, INI 
1482 Felix Dr. 

Columbus, Ohio 43207 

HARMONY RECORDERS 

5611 Melrose Ave. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

HICKORY RECORDS 
25-10 Franklin Rd. 
Nashville, Tenn. 

HIGH FIDELITY 

1059 Porter 
Wichita, Kansas 67208 

HIT FACTORY 

701 7th Ave. 

N.Y.C. 10036 
(212) 581-9590 

HMR PROD'NS 

574 West Ct. 

Scotch Plains, N.J. 07076 

HOLLYWOOD PICTURE 

6367 Selma Ave. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

HOUNDSEAR STUDIOS 

707 17th Ave. South 
Nashville. Tenn. 37023 

HOUSE OF CASH 
RECORDING STUDIOS 

P.0. Box 508 
Hendersonville, Tenn. 
37075 

HOWELL RECORDING 

2703 Delaware Ave. 
Buffalo, N.Y. 14216 

HURRICANE RECORDING 
PO Box 3547 
Albuquerque, N.M. 87110 

HYPERBOLIC 

1400 N.W. 65th Ave. 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
33113 

(305) 581-5060 


s 

I & D SOUND STUDIOS 

1356 N. La Brea 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

IDEAL RECORDING 
119 S. Sam Houston 
San Benito, Texas 78586 

IMPACT 

7101 Castor Ave. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19149 

INDY RECORDING 
3462 W. 16th St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 46222 

INFAL RECORDS 
2144 Champa St. 

Denver, Colo. 80202 
(303) 892-7141 

INTERNATIONAL 

49 Desmond Ave. 
Bronxville, N.Y. 10708 

INTERNATIONAL 
1649 W. Evergreen 
Chicago, III. 60622 
(312) 227-2000 

IOWA GREAT LAKES 
906 Ninth St. 

Milford, Iowa 31351 


S 

JACK CLEMENT 
STUDIO 

3102 Oaimont Blvd. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 

JACKSON SOUND 
1403 S. Llpara 
Denver, Colo. 80223 
(303) 722-7019 

JACKSON SOUND 
PO Box 1037 
Jackson, Miss, 39205 

JAGGARS AUDIO PROD. 
1804 S Johnson St. 

Little Rock, Ark. 72204 

JATCO 

3729 Virginia Rd. 

Los Angeles Calif. 90016 

JAYSINA ENT, 

143 W. 51 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10019 

JEWEL RECORDING 
STUDIO 

1594 Kinney Ave. 
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231 


JNR RECORDING 
PO Box 130, Hollow Rd. 
Clinton Corner, N.Y. 1251 

JT SOUND STUDIOS 

166 Avenue A 

New York, N.Y. 10009 

JUGGY SOUND CENTER 
S63 W. 54 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10018 


K 


KALEIDOSCOPE 

1500 Dixwell Ave. 
Hamden, Conn. 06314 

KARRLETOIM ENTS. LTD. 

805 W. Ninth St. 

Marion, Ind. 52302 

KAYTOWN SOUND 

PCT Box 1208 

Kansas City, Kansas 6610! 

KEN-DEL STUDIOS 

111 Valley Road 
Richardson Park, Wilmin 
19804 

KENNETT SOUND 

Hwy VV 

Kennett, Mo. 63857 

KIN-TEL PROD. 

STUDIOS 

1200 Spring St. NW 
Atlanta, Ga. 30309 

KING'S RECORDING 
314 S. Illinois St. 
Springfield. III. 62703 

KRUZ RECORDING 

617 Stendhal Lane 
San Jose, Calif. 95129 


L 

L&F RECORDING 

1812 Procter 

Port Arthur, Texas 77640 

L&H SOUND RECORDING 

6027 Crescent B Ivd. 
Pennsauken, N.J. 08109 

LA LOUISIANNE 

711 Stevenson 
Lafayette, La 70501 

LADDIE'S RECORDING 
1105 E. St. Charles Rd. 
Lombard, III. 60148 

LAIRD PRODUCTIONS 
412 N. Second St. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 17105 

LANDEN MAGNETIC 

4465 E. 131 St. 

Garfield Heights, Ohio 44) 

LANSING RECS. 

268 Old Windsor Rd. 
Dalton, Mass. 01226 

LARIAM ASSOC. INC. 

515 28th St. 

Des Moines, Iowa 50312 

LARRABEE SOUND 

8811 Santa Monica 
Los Angeles, Calif. 90069 

LeFEVRE SOUND 

1314 Ellsworth Industria 
Atlanta, Ga. 30318 

LEMCO SOUND STUDIO 

2518 Southview Dr. 
Lexington, Ky. 40503 

LIBERTY/UA 
8715 W. 3rd St. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 90043 
LIFETIME RECORDING 
133 North St. 

Rochester, N.Y. 14604 


LINCOLN SOUND 
43 W. 61st St. 

N.Y.C, 10014 
(212) 245-4861 

LION RECORDING 
1905 Fairview Ave NE 
Washington, D.C. 20002 

LIVING SOUND 
146 W. Live Oak 
Arcadia, Calif. 91006 

LOCATION RECORDERS, 
429 W. 46 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10036 

LOCATION RECORDING 
2201 W. Burbank 
Burbank, Calif. 

LONDON HOUSE RECS. 

1064 Bergen St. 

Newark, N.J. 07108 

LOU NEITA 

3757 Main St. 

College Park, Atlanta, Ga. 

LYN-LOU MUSIC INC. 

1518 Chelsea 
Memphis, Tenn. 38108 


M 

MAYFAIR RECORDING 
701 7th Ave. 

N.Y.C. 10036 
(212) 581-2178 


MAGNAGRAPHICS 
72 Bedford St. 

N.Y.C. 10014 
(212) 691 2333 

MAGNESONIC 

1680 N. Vine 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

MAGNETIC STUDIOS 

1670 W. First Ave. 
Columbus, Ohio 43212 

MAJOR RECORDING 
PO Box 2072 
Waynesboro, Va. 22980 

MALACO SOUND 
3023 W. Northside Dr. 
Jackson, Miss. 35213 

MARJON RECS. 

149 E. State St. 

Sharon, Pa. 16146 

MARK CUSTOM REC. 

1518 S. Seventh St. 
Moorhead, Minn. 56560 

MARK EDUCATIONAL 

2543 Raintree Drive NE 
Atlanta, Ga. 30329 

MARK RECORDINGS 
1220 Jake Lane 
Columbia, Mo. 65201 

MARK V 

10 Michael Drive 
Greenville, S.C. 29610 

MASTER RECORDERS 

244 Tunxis Ave. 

Bloomfield, Conn. 06002 

MASTER SOUND 

1224 Fernwood Circle, N.l 
Atlanta, Georgia 30319 

MASTERCRAFT 
1269 Madison Ave. 
Memphis, Tenn. 38104 

MASTERTONE ’ 

130 W. 42nd St. 

New York 36, N.Y. 

MAYFAIR 

701 Seventh Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 10036 

M. B.S. RECORDING 
228 S. Wabash Ave. 
Chicago, III. 60604 
(312) 939-0866 

McCOY RECORDING CO. 

7018 W. Warren 
Detroit, Mich. 48210 

McCUNE SOUND 

915 Howard St. 

San Francisco, Calif. 9411 

C. P. McGREGOR 
729 So. Western 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

MEDIASOUND 
341 W. 57th St. 

N. Y.C. 10019 
(212) 765-4700 

MELODY RECORDING 
1912 St. Clair St. 
Hamilton, Ohio 45011 

MERCURY CUSTOM 
STUDIOS 
1512 Hawkins St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37012 

MERCURY SOUNDSTUDIO 

110 W. 57 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10019 

MERCURY SOUNDSTUDIO 

1340 Mission St 

San Francisco, Calif 9410 

METROPOLITAN 
1828 E. Newberry Blvd. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 53211 


MIDNITE SOUND STUDIO 
West Ross Lane 
Danville, III. 61832 

MIDWAY RECORDING 
3702 Ta Teays Valley Rd. 
Hurricane, W. Va. 25526 

MILLS AUDIO 

5960 Dueber Ave. 

East Sparta, Ohio 44626 

MIRASOUND STUDIO 
353 W. 57th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

MO DO 
50 Orange St. 

Buffalo, N.Y. 14204 

MONUMENT 
114 17th Ave. S. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

MUSCLE SHOALS 
SOUND 

3614 Jackson Highway 
Muscle Shoals, Ala. 

35660 

(205) 381-2060 

MUSIC CITY 
821 19th Ave., So. 
Nashville, Tenn. 

MUSIC FACTORY, INC. 
567 NW 27 St. 

Miami, Fla. 33127 

MUSIC MOUNTAIN 
Lebanon Junction, Kentud 

MUSIC WORLD 
STUDIOS 

Rt. 2 Overland Dr. 

West Columbia, S.C. 2916 

MUTT REC. 

27316 Michigan Ave. 
Inkster, Mich. 48141 


MUSIC FACTORY, INC. 
567 N.W. 27th St. 
Miami, Fla. 33127 
(305) 635-9411 


N 

NAM STUDIOS 

572 Lyell Ave. 

Rochester, N.Y. 14606 

NASHVILLE AUDIO 
1307 Division St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 

NASHVILLE REC. 

905 17 Ave. S. 

Nashville, Tenn. 37212 

NASHVILLE RECORDING 
1703 Church St. 

Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

NASHVILLE SOUND INC. 
9717 Jensen 
Houston, Texas 77016 

NATIONAL GUILD 

Route 15A Grayson St. 
Orange City, Fla. 32763 
(904) 775-3601 

NATIONAL 
1314 Pine Street 
Nashville, Tenn. 

NATIONAL RECORDING 
730 Fifth Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 10019 

NATIONAL SOUND 
STUDIOS 

821 19th Ave. South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37023 

NATURAL SOUND 
63 Main St. 

Maynard, Mass. 01754 

NEMO RECORDING LABS 
181 River Rd. 

Nutley, N.J. 07110 

NEW LONDON 
1817 Oxmoor Rd. 
Birmingham, Ala. 35209 

NEWCOMB RECORDING 
4834 Bissell Ave. 
Richmond, Calif. 94805 


NEW LONDON 
RECORDING 
1817 Oxmoor Rd. 
Homewood, Ala. 35209 
(205) 871-4221 

NINE NINETEEN SOUND 

919 N. Broad St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19123 

NISE PRODUCTIONS, INC. 

1718 Roselyn St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19141 

NOLA STUDIOS 

111 W. 57th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

NORFOLK RECORDING 
622 W. 35 St. 

Norfolk, Va. 23508 


NORM VINCENT 
4551 Brown Ave. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 33207 

NUGGET STUDIOS 
400 Tinnin Rd. 

Nashville, Tenn. 


0 

OAKLAND RECORDING 
638 S. 24th St. 
Lafayette, Ind. 47904 

OAKRIDGE RECORDING 
2001 Elton Rd. 

Fort Worth, Texas 76117 

OHMIT RECORDING 
6102 E. 10th St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 46219 

OLMSTEAD SOUND 
80 W 40th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

OMNIVISUAL 
2722 S. MacDIII Ave. 
Tampa, Fla. 33609 

ORBIT RADIO 
831 W. Main 
Louisville, Ky. 


P 

PAC 3 RECORDING CO. 
7106 Greenfield 
Dearborn, Mich. 48126 

PACIFIC HIGH 
60 Brady St. 

San Francisco, Calif. 941C 

PACIFIC RECORDING 
1737 El Camino S. 

San Mateo, Calif. 94402 

PARADOX STUDIOS 
281 N.E. 71st St. 

Miami, Fla. 33138 
(305) 758-5242 

PARAGON RECORDING 
STUDIO 

9 East Huron St. 

Chicago, III. 60611 
(312) 664-2412 

PARAMOUNT 

6245 Santa Monica 

Los Angeles, Calif. 90038 


PARASOUND INC. 

2825 Hyans St. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90026 


PARK RECORDING 
200 E. 66th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

PARLIAMENT STUDIO 
4005 W. Washington Blvd 
Chicago, III. 60624 


PAUL HAYES PROD. 
1734 Central Ave. 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 3370 


PERSUASION SYSTEMS 
15 E. Pearson St. 
Chicago, III. 60611 

PETES PLACE 
RECORDING STUDIO 
809 18th Ave. South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37023 

PETRUCCI & ATWELL 
331 Newbury St. 

Newton, Mass 02115 

PHARAOH RECORDS 
PO Box 969 
McAllen, Texas 

PHOENIX SOUND 
STUDIO 

3703 N. 7th St. 

Phoenix, Arlz. 85014 


PIONEER RECORDING 
20014 James Couzeni 
Detroit, Mich. 48235 

POSTHORN 

185 Avenue C 

New York, N.Y. 10009 

PRAISE RECORDINGS 
15889 Freed St. SE 
Minerva, Ohio 44657 

PRESTIEGE 
PRODUCTIONS 
2717 S. 19th St. 
Birmingham, Ala. 35209 
(205) 871-7328 

PROFESSIONAL 
4925 SW 93rd Ct. 
Miami, Fla. 33165 
(305) 279-3673 

PROCESS REC. CO. 

439 Wiley Ave. 

Franklin, Pa. 16323 

PROGRAM SERVICES 

215 W. Chicago Ave. 
Chicago, III. 60610 


PROJECT 70 

2080 Peachtree Industrial 
Chamblee, Ga. 30341 

Q 

QUADRAFONIC 
1802 Grand Avenue 
Nashville, Tenn. 

QUALITY RECORDING 
1136 W. Fremont 
Stockton, Calif. 95205 

QUINVY MUSIC 
1307 Broadway 
Sheffield, Ala. 35660 
(205) 381-1830 


R 

RADIO RECORDERS 
7000 Santa Monica Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 

R-C SOUND STUDIOS 
50 Plainfield Ave 
Metuchen, N.J. 08840 

RCA CUSTOM 
1133 Ave. of Americas 
New York, N.Y. 10036 
(212) 586-3000 


RCA CUSTOM 
800 17th Ave. S. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 
(615) 255-5781 

RCA CUSTOM 
6363 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood Calif. 90028 
(213) 461-9171 

RCA CUSTOM SALES 
1 N. Wacker Drive 
Chicago, III. 60606 
(312) 641-5880 

RECORD PLANT 
321 W. 44th St. 

N.Y.C. 10036 
(212) 581-6505 

RECORD PLANT WEST 
8456 West 3rd St. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

RECORDED PUBl'NS 
1558 Pierce Ave. 
Camden, N.J. 08105 

RECORDING STUDIOS, 
212 W. 48 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10036 

RED FLAME RECS. 

STUDIOS 

PO Box 563 

KIrksvi I le. Mo. 63501 

REEVES SOUND 
304 E. 44th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

REGENT SOUND 
25 W. 56th St. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 246-8340 

REICE HAMEL 
5120 Hyde Park Blvd. 
Chicago, III. 60615 


REX RECORDING CO. 
1931 S.E. Morrison 
Portland, Ore. 97205 


RICHCRAFT RECORDING 
1706 Flatbush Ave. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 


RICHMOND SOUND 
2314 W. Cary St. 
Richmond, Va. 23220 


RIPCORD REC'G CO. 

PO Box 2098 
Vancouver, Wash. 98863 

RKO SOUND 

1440 Broadway 

New York, N.Y. 10018 

RO FRAN ENTS. 

117 W. Washington 
Urbana, III. 61801 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN 
PO Box 82 

Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001 

RON SOUND 
PO Box 3762 
Cocoa, Fla. 32922 

RON STANCH 
PO Box 11615 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 3373.' 

RON WHEELER ENTS. 
4788 Connecticut 
Gary, Ind. 46409 

ROSEMONT RECORDING 
4634 Wilson Ave. 

New Orleans, La. 70126 

ROSSI ENT. 

2005 W. 8th St. 

Brooklyn 23, N.Y. 

ROTO RECS. 

2650 N. 48 St. 

Lincoln, Neb. 68504 


ROYAL RECORDING 
1320 S. Lauderdale 
Memphis, Tenn. 38106 


s 


SAGE & SAND 
1511 Gordon 
Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

SANDERS REC. STUDIOS 
167 W. 48th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

SANDONNA PRODUCTION 
8265 Kennedy Blvd 
Jersey City, N.J. 07306 

SARA SOUND STUDIOS, 
123 Water St. 

Sauk City, Wis. 53583 

SCEPTER RECORDING 
254 W. 54 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10019 

SCORPIO SOUND 
1400 NW 65 Ave. 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla, 
33313 

(305) 581-5060 

SCOTT PRODUCTIONS 

PO Box 685 

Eau Claire, Wis. 54701 

SEATTLE WEST REC'G 
319 N. 85 St. 

Seattle, Wash. 98103 

SELECT SOUND STUDIO 

1790 Broadway 

New York, N.Y. 10019 

SELLERS CO. 

2102 Jackson 
Dallas, Texas 75201 

SHADOW RECORDING, 
790 NE 45th St. 

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 333 

SHAGGY DOG STUDIOS 
159 W. 53rd St. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 765-3707 


SHELBY SINGLETON 
STUDIOS 

3106 Belmont Blvd. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 

SIERRA SOUND LABS 
1741 Alcatraz Ave. 
Berkeley, Calif. 94703 

SIDEWALK SOUND 
(Div. of Sidewalk Prod.. 
Hollywood, Calif. 

SIGMA SOUND 
7.12 N. 12th St. 

Phila., Pa. 19102 
1215) 561-3660 

6 WEST RECORDING 
6 W. 57 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10019 

SLEEPING GIANT FILMS 
3019 Dixwell Ave. 
Hamden, Conn. 06518 

ARTHUR SMITH 
5457 Old Monroe Rd. 
Charlotte, N.C. 28211 

SMITH STUDIO, INC. 
3141 SW 22 Ct. 

33312 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
(305) 581-7300 

SONIC RECORDING 
1230 W. Washington 
Chicago, III. 

SONIC RECORDING 
1692 Madison Ave. 
Memphis, Tenn. 38104 


SONIC SERVICES 
1824 Shady Lane 
Louisville, Ky. 40205 


SOUND-ART STUDIOS, 
135 Day St. 

Newington, Conn. 06111 

SOUND ASSOCS. 

1212 Edith NE 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 4950 

SOUND BY ST. JAMES 
699 Jericho Turnpike 
St. James, L.I. N.Y. 1178 

SOUND CENTER, INC. 

750 Eighth Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 10036 


SOUND/CITY 
3316 Line Ave. 
Shreveport, La. 71104 


SOUND CITY INC. 

15456 Cabrito Rd. 

Van Nuys, Calif. 91406 

SOUND CITY RECORDING 
210 Gordon St. 

Jackson, Tenn. 38310 


SOUND 80 INC. 

4444 W. 76 St. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 55435 

SOUND EXCHANGE 
265 W. 54th St. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 581-9290 

SOUND MEDIA 
1917 Division Street 
Nashville, Tenn. 


SOUND FACTORY INC. 
6357 Selma Ave. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 90028 

SOUND GENESIS 
759 Harrison St. 

San Francisco, Calif. 94107 

SOUND IDEAS 
151 W. 46th St. 

N.Y.C. 10036 
(212) 245-8221 

SOUND IDEAS 
742 Baywood Circle 
Sanford, Fla. 32771 
(305) 323-0472 

SOUND IDEAS STUDIO 
1595 Broadway 
New York, N.Y. 10019 

SOUND INC. 

56880 North Ave. 

New Haven, Mich. 48048 

SOUND RECORDERS 
206 S. 44th 
Omaha, Neb. 68131 

SOUND RECORDERS 
6226 Yucca 

Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

SOUND STAGE ONE 
334 N. Ontare Rd. 

Santa Barbara, Calif. 931 

SOUND STUDIOS 
230 N. Michigan Ave. 
Chicago, III. 60601 
(312) 236-4814 

SOUNDTRACK 
800 43rd St. S 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 

33711 

(813) 898-8355 

SOUND— UNLIMITED 
1550 Market 

San Francisco, Calif. 94107 

SOUNDINGS 
215 E. 12th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

SOUNDS OF MEMPHIS, 
904 Rayner St. 

Memphis, Tenn. 38114 

SOUNDVIEW STUDIOS 
132 Riviera Dr. 

Kings Park, N.Y. 11754 

SOUNDVILLE 
8208 Westpark Dr. 
Houston, Texas 77042 

N.Y.C. 10019 
SOUNDWAVE STUDIOS 
50 W. 57th St. 

(212) 582-6320 

SPAR RECORDING 
110 21st Ave. S. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

SPOTLAND PROD. 

1205 8th Avenue, S. 
Nashville, Tenn. 

SUMMIT RECORDING 
1130 W. Evans 
Denver, Coio. 80223 
(303) 936-7405 

STAGE III SOUND 
12 E. 39th St. 

Kansas City, Mo. 64111 

STARDAY-KING 
3557 Dickerson Road 
Nashville, Tenn. 

STEREOPHONICS CORP. 
403 Rivet St. 

New Bedford, Mass 02744 

STEREO SONIC 
528 N. Michigan Ave. 
Chicago, III. 

STEREO SOUND 
238 E. 26th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

STERLING SOUND, INC. 

56 W. 45 St 

New York, N.Y. 10036 


STEVE WRIGHT 
STUDIO 
PO Box 626 
Tyler, Texas 75701 

STREETERVILIE 
161 East Grand 
Chicago, III. 60611 
(312) 644-1666 

STUDIO B RECORDING 
1316 N. Chaparral 
Corpus Christi, Texas 784! 

(Cont on p. 88) 


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right. 

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who developed a taste for KoKo 
and served it up to others. 

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MR. T'S RECORDS 
1728 E. 87th St. 
Chicago 60617 

PAN AMERICAN 
3751 W. 26th St. 
Chicago 60623 

RAPID ONE STOP 

2623 N. Pulaski 
Chicago 60639 

SANDERS ONE STOP 

518 E. 79th St. 

Chicago 60619 

SINGER ONE STOP 

1812 W. Chicago Ave. 
Chicago 60622 

TDA, INC. 

5059 S. Kedzle 
Chicago 

UNIVERSAL MUSIC 
3259 N. Ashland 
Chicago 

WORLD'S ONE STOP 

2317 S. Michigan 
Chicago 60616 

MUSICAL ISLE 

7901 N. Caldwell 
Morton Grove 60053 

LONDON MIDWEST 

6363 Gross Point Rd. 
Niles 60648 

HI FI ONE STOP 
609 W. Glen Avenue 
Peoria 61614 

LIEBERMAN 

ENTERPRISES 

7330 Niles Center Road 
Skokie 60076 

SOUND UNLIMITED 

5325 West Touhy 
Skokie 60076 

SUSAN DIST. 

7330 Nile Center Rd. 
Skokie 60076 


INDIANA 

SCI DIST. 

5550 Progress Road 
Indianapolis 46204 

SOUND CLASSICS 

5550 Progress Rd. 

Park Fletcher 
Industrial Park 
Indianapolis 46241 

WHOLESALE RECORDS 
1312 N. Capitol Ave. 
Indianapolis 46202 


IOWA 

ABC RECORDS & TAPES 

3301 McKinley Street 
Des Moines 50309 


920 East 15th Street 
Des Moines 50316 

J. L. MARSH OF IOWA 
1630 Locust Street 
Des Moines 50309 


KANSAS 

J. L. MARSH COMPANY 

99 Greystone 
Kansas City 66103 

DAVID'S CF&Y 
11000 East Kellogg 
Wichita 67206 

DAVIDSON'S ONE STOP 

1559 South Broadway 
Wichita 67211 

SPACE AGE 
ENTERPRISES 
1325 East Douglas 
Wichita 67211 


KENTUCKY 

TOY HOUSE OF 
KENTUCKY 
1038 New Circle 
Road, N.E. 

Lexington 40505 

VINE RECORDS 

560 S. 4th St. 
Louisville 40202 

W. W. DIST. CO. 

320 Washington Avenue 
Owensboro 42301 

MOBILE RECORDS 

105 SW E St. 

Richmond 47374 


LOUISIANA 

ALL SOUTH DIST. CORP. 

1924 Lafayette St. 

New Orleans 70113 

BERSARD'S RECORDS 
4006 Eden Street 
New Orleans 70125 

THE MUSHROOM 
1037 Broadway 
New Orleans 70118 

ONE STOP RECORD 
SHOP 

350 S. Rampart St. 

P. 0. Box 50833 
New Orleans 70112 

RED STICK 
WHOLESALERS 

6465 Renoir 
New Orleans 70821 

JIM RUSSELL RECORDS 
1837 Magazine St. 

New Orleans 70130 

FLOYD'S RECORDS 
108 W. Main St. 

Ville Platte 70586 

MARYLAND 

JALEN 

1215 S. Howard St. 
Baltimore 21230 

MUSICAL SALES 

140 W. Mount Royal Ave. 
Baltimore 21217 

RECORD RACK 
326 W. Lexington St. 
Baltimore 21201 

REDISCO 

1815 Guilford Avenue 
Baltimore 21202 

TMC— BALTIMORE 
WASHINGTON 
142 Alco Place 
Baltimore 21227 

POTOMAC MUSIC 

2122 Beaver Road 
Landover 20784 

ELLIS DIST. CORP. 

33 New Plant 'Court 
Owings Mills 21117 

D & H DIST. CO. 

8020 Welmore Court 
Savage 20863 

VARIETY MUSIC 

Wheaton 'Plaza 
Wheaton 2090? 

MASS. 

MASS RECORDS 

633 Mass Ave. 

Boston 02118 

DICK RECORDS 
890 Providence Highway 
Dedham 02026 

Cont’d on next pg. 


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CARLY COMES IN FIRST, AGAIN 



Cash Box Magazine 

NUMBER ONE FEMALE VOCALIST (ALBUMS) 
NUMBER ONE FEMALE VOCALIST (SINGLES) 

Personal Management: Arlyne Rothberg 
Agency: CMA 



EXCLUSIVELY ON ELEKTRA RECORDS AND TAPES 






MARTIN St SNYDER 

ONE-STOP, INC. 


THE MOST COMPLETE ONE-STOP IN THE MIDWEST 
Complete Line of Standards and International Records 
We also carry a complete line of 8-track and cassette tapes 

IF IT'S A RECORD ... WE HAVE IT 

8880 Hubbel. Detroit. Michigan 48228 (313) 272-7800 


Chet Kaieski, President Joe G inter, mgr. & buyer 


THE MOST COMPLETE ONE STOP & RACK SERVICE! 
RECORDS — TAPES 

CATE CITY 

RECORD SERVICE COMPANY 

1073 HUFF RD., ATLANTA, GEORGIA — (404) 351-4821 
Gerald Friedman — - President Ted Pousman • — Sales Mgr. 



We Mean Business 

■k RACK MERCHANDISERS 
★ ONE-STOP HEADQUARTERS 
& EXPORTERS— SAME DAY SERVICE 
TELEX . . . 235976 

All Labels . . . Records & Tapes 

■ 7 ‘ 

4 41-43 39th St. 

Long Island City, N.Y. 11104 
(212) 786-7667 


OneStops 


BEST SERVICE 

301 Centre St. 

Newton 02158 

E-Z ONE STOP 

92 Sagamore St. 

North Quincy 02171 

W & S DISTRIBUTORS 
Teed Drive 
Randolph 02368 

MUSIC SALES 

52 Cummings Park 
Woburn 01801 


MICHIGAN 

ANGOTT DISTRIBUTORS 
2616 Puritan Street 
Detroit 48238 

CONSOLIDATED ONE 
STOP 

13254 Linwood 
Detroit 48238 

LEN'S ONE STOP 

3415 Chrysler 
Expressway 
Detroit 48201 

MARTIN & SNYDER'S 
8880 Hubbell 
Detroit 48228 

NVC CORPORATION 
14300 Puritan 
Detroit 48227 

SOUL SOUND ONE STOP 
4208 West Warren 
Detroit 48210 

MUSIC TREND, INC. 
24611 Crestview Ct. 
Farmington 48024 

KENT ONE STOP 

41 South Division 
Grand Rapids 49502 

MUSIC PEDDLERS, INC. 
22830 John Road 
Hazel Park 48030 

CADET DISTRIBUTORS 

13380 Capital Street 
Oak Park 48237 

SIXT0E DIST. 

151-86 8 Mile Road 
Oak Park 48237 

E. J. K0RVETTES 
Telegraph & West 
Chicago Sts. 

Redford 48239 

MINNESOTA 

SELECT-0-RAX 

12116 Riverwood Drive 
Burnsville 55387 

ACME MUSIC 

9549 Penn Ave. S. 
Minneapolis 55431 

ALL RECORDS 

7600 Wayzata Blvd. 
Minneapolis 55426 

BROWN BROS. 

2321 Washington Ave. N. 
Minneapolis 55411 

DART RECORDS 

730 Lindale Avenue 
North 

Minneapolis 55411 

INTERNATIONAL 
DISTRIBUTORS 
1313 Hennepin Avenue 
Minneapolis 55421 

LIEBERMAN 

ENTERPRISES 

9549 Penn Avenue South 
Minneapolis 55431 


JIM'S ONE STOP 
FLASH RECORD SHOP 
1724 University Ave. 
St. Paul 55104 


MISSISSIPPI 

GULF COAST NEWS 

2415 31st Street 
Gulfport 39501 


MONTANA 

RECORD WIDE 
DISTRIBUTING CO. 
Highway 61-67 
Imperial 63052 

LEGG SALES CO., INC. 
3003 Schifferdecker 
Joplin 64801 

BARNARD'S 
4724 Broadway 
Kansas City 64112 

DAVIDSON'S ONE STOP 
321 Southwest Blvd. 
Kansas City 64108 

KANSAS CITY NEWS 
DIST. 

4231 East 75th Terrace 
Kansas City 64132 

WINDY DIST. 

8811 Hunter 
Kansas City 64138 


NEW MEX. 

SOUTHWEST RECORDS 
2522 Momingside Dr., 
S.W. 

P. 0. Box 3865 
Albuquerque 87110 


NEW JERSEY 

APEX-MARTIN CO. 

Hillside Inc. 'Center 
467 Mundet Place 
Hillside 07205 

NEW JERSEY O.S. 

467 Mundet Place 
Hillside 07205 

JACK ONE STOP 
357 Lyons Ave. 

Newark 07112 

SERVICE ONE STOP 
16 Fenwick St. 

Newark 07114 

SHULMAN RECORDS 

7030 Colonial Highway 
Airport Circle-Industrial 
Park 

Pennsauken 08109 

PROGRAM ONE STOP 
950 Gneely Ave. 

Union 07083 


NEW YORK 


AROVOX ONE STOP 

243 West 18th St. 

New York 10011 

GAITY RECORDS 

1545 Broadway 
New York 10036 

HAPPYS 
1634 Broadway 
New York 10019 

HITTSVILLE ONE STOP 
600 West 125th St. 

New York 10025 

KING KAROL O.S. 

444 West 42nd St. 

New York 10036 

RECORD SHACK 
2132 2nd Avenue 
New York 10029 

RECORD SHACK 2ND 
AVENUE CQRP. 

2132 Second Avenue 
New York 10029 

TEEN DISCOMAT 
150 W. 34th St. 

New York 10001 

GEMINI ONE STOP 
3201 36th Avenue 
Queens 11106 

TRIBORO ONE STOP 

89-27 165th St. 

Queens 11432 

SYRACUSE ONE STOP 

333 W. Fayette St. 
Syracuse 13202 


HANDLEMAN COMPANY 
1125 Saline Street 
North Kansas City 64116 

L & R DIST. 

1901 Delmar Blvd. 

St. Louis 63101 

J. L. MARSH, INC. OF 

ST. LOUIS 

2020 Delmar Blvd. 

St. Louis 63103 

MUSICAL ISLE OF 
AMERICA 

1815 Locust Street 
St. Louis 63103 

P. B. ONE STOP 
1911 Washington Avenue 
St. Louis 63103 

TED'S ONE STOP 
3814 Page Blvd. 

St. Louis 63113 

TOP NOTCH RECORD CO. 
20 Country Fair Acres 
St. Louis 63141 

UPTOWN MUSIC INC. 

4703 McPherson Avenue 
St. Louis 63108 

PLAZA RECORDS & 
DISTS. 

Warrenburg 64093 


NEBRASKA 


DAVIDSON'S ONE STOP 
1213 Farnham 
Omaha 68102 

LIEBERMAN OF OMAHA 
809 South 25th St. 
Omaha 68105 

RECORDS & TAPES OF 
OMAHA 

4339 South 87th St. 
Omaha 68127 


JANE'S ONE STOP 
1288 Broadway 
Albany 12204 

ALMOR PLAYTIME CO. 
Wallins Corner Rd. 

P. 0. Box 111 
Amsterdam 12010 

STANS 

651 Elton Avenue 
Bronx 10456 

PEL-TRU 0. S. 

1932 Fulton St. 

Brooklyn 11233 

SCHOENBERGER 0. S. 
2602 Tilden Avenue 
Brooklyn 11226 

TOWN HALL RECORD 
CENTER 

9131 Bedell Lane 
Brooklyn 11236 

SOUL ONE STOP 
362 Broadway 
Buffalo 14204 

DOUBLE B RECORD & 
TAPE CORP. 

240 East Merrick Rd. 
Freeport 11520 

STRATFORD 

184-23 Jamaica Ave. 
Hollis 11423 

GREENLINE ONE STOP 
9236 New York Blvd. 
Jamaica 11433 

RAYMAR O.S. 

170-21 Jamaica Avenue 
Jamaica 11432 

WIN RECORDS 
41-43 39th St. 

Long Island City 11104 

A-l RECORD SALES 
659 Tenth Ave. 

New York 10036 


JACK GROSSMAN 
ENTERPRISES 
333 Crossways Park 
Drive 

Woodbury 11797 

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N. C. 

BIB DIST. COMPANY 

126 W. Morehead 
Charlotte 28201 

MANGOLD BERTOS 
2212 West Morehead 
Charlotte 28208 



SOUTH ATLANTIC 
ONE STOP 
2407 Paula Street 
Raleigh 27611 


OHIO 

AMBAT RECORDS 
2350 Gilbert Ave. 
Cincinnati 45202 

HANDLEMAN COMPANY 
655 Van Meter Street 
Cincinnati 45202 


ROYAL DIST. 

1210 Glendale Milford 
Rd. 

Cincinnati 45215 


ALL LABEL RECORD 
SERVICE 

7777 Exchange St. 
Cleveland 44125 

CAPE MUSIC OF OHIO 
653 Alpha Drive 
Cleveland 44143 

DISCO ONE STOP 
1541 East 30 Street 
Cleveland 44114 

Corit’d on p. 88 


WE CARRY THE COMPLETE LINES 

OF SINGLES, LP’S, CASSETTES AND TAPES 

To Offer Greater Service and Selection 
to our Music Operator Friends 


LORMAR SHIPS RECORDS ANYWHERE IN THE USA 

Our Location is at 

LORMAR Record Dist. Co. 

2311 N. Western Ave., Chicago, III. 60647 
Phones: BR 8-8300 


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Gene Anderson 
and the International Hook-Up 

Bobo Mr. Soul 
Box Tops 
Ben Branch 
AceCannon 
Darryl Carter 
Otis Clay 
EbonyWfeb 


George Jackson 
Syl Johnson 
Phillip Mitchell 
Willie Mitchell 
Ann Peebles 
Al Perkins 
Quiet Elegance 
Teacher’s Edition 


RECORDS 





<Memf£m§§mim (Cont’d 


1 mrd Manufacturers (Cont’d) 


SR5 INT'L 
790 NE 45th St. 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla, 

33308 

(305) 772-0008 


STUDIO CENTER 
200 W. 22 St. 
Norfolk, Va. 23517 


STUDIO ONE, INC. 
803 Homan 
Evanston, III. 
STERLING SOUND 


110 W. 57th St. 
N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 757-8519 


STUDIO 7 
PO Box 57 
Smith, Ala. 36877 


STUDIO 10 

10 Claude Lane 

San Francisco, Calif. 94107 


SUNSET SOUND 
6650 Sunset Blvd. 
Los Angeles, Caiif. 


SUN-RAY 

1662 Weyatt Pkway. 
Lexington, Ky. 40505 

SUN WEST RECORDING 
5539 Sunset Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 90028 

SUPER SOUND STUDIOS 
6478 Santa Monica 
Hollywood, Calif. 90038 


SURF RECORDING 
544 Rhode Island Ave. 
Brlcktown, N.J. 08723 


SWANSON FLORIDA 

229 SE 1st Ave. 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
33301 

(305) 525-0216 


SYNCRON SOUND 
10 George St. 

Wallingford, Conn. 06492 


T 

T. A. RECORDING STUDI 
654 River Dr. 

Garfield, N.J. 07026 


TECHNISONIC STUDIOS 
1201 S. Brentwood Blvd. 
St. Louis, Mo. 63131 


TELEVISION 

1374 West Peachtree St. 

Atlanta, Ga. 30309 


TEL-MAR 
320 East 21st. 
Chicago, 111. 


TER-MAR RECORDING 
2030 S. Calumet 
Chicago 16, 111. 


TEXAS SOUND STUDIOS 

506 W. Hildebrand Ave. 
San Antonio 12, Texu 


THE PRODUCTION CO. 
8612 W. Pico Blvd. 
LA, Calif. 90035 


THE SOUNDSHOP 

1307 Division St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37024 


THEATRE EDITING 
505 Eighth Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 10018 


THOMAS ZOSS 
1255 E. Madison 
South Bend, Ind. 46624 


THUNDER RECORDING 
PO Box 271 
Jenklntown, pa. 19046 


TIKI SOUND STUDIO 
792 E. Julian St. 

San Jose, Calif. 95112 


TOP TALENT SOUND OF 
FIELD 

1763 E. Elm 
Springfield, Mo. 65804 


TOTALSOUND 
4504 Belmont 
Dallas, Texas 75204 


TRIANGLE SOUND INC. 
1129 S. Green 
Tupelo, Miss. 38801 


TRI CON PRODUCTIONS 
2741 34 34 St. NW 
Washington, D.C. 20008 


TROUT AUDIO LABS. 
1784 San Gabriel Dr. 
York, Pa. 17402 


TRUE TONE REC. CO. 
160 W. 73rd St. 
Studio 4-F 
New York, N.Y. 


TWELVE EAST 
12 E. 44 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10017 


TWIN ARTIST 

654 River Drive 
Garfield, N.J. 07026 


TYLAR RECORDING 
5 W. Hubbard St. 
Chicago, III. 60610 
(312) 467-1456 


u 

UA RECORDING 

2541 Nicollet Ave. S 
Minneapolis, Minn. 55404 


ULTRA-SONIC 
100 N. Franklin St. 
Hempstead, N.Y. 11550 


UNITED AUDIO CORP. 
1519 S. Grand Ave. 
Santa Ave, Calif. 92703 


UNITED AUDIO 
10 Ellenwood Ave. 
Youngstown, Ohio 44507 


UNITED SOUND 
5840 Second Ave. 
Detroit, Mich. 48202 


UNIVERSAL AUDIO 
115 W. 4th St. 
Winona, Minn. 55987 


UNIVERSAL PROMOS 
1101 S. Ninth St. 
Omaha, Neb. &8106 


UNIVERSAL RECORDING 
247 Chelsea Ave. 

Memphis, Term. 38107 


UNIVERSAL RECORDING 
46 East Waltori St. 
Chicago, III. 60611 
(312) 642-6465 


UNIVERSAL RECORDING 
26 Colton Ave. 

West Springfield, Mass. 0) 


UNITED RECORDING 
681 5th Ave. 

N.Y.C. 10022 
(212) 751-4660 

USA RECORDING C0. 
5059 S. Kedzle 
Chicago, III. 


¥ 

VALLEY PRODUCTIONS 
Box 3464 

Knoxville, Tenn. 37917 


VALTRON RECORDING 
305 Allen St. 

Helena, Mont. 59601 


VANGUARD PRODUCTION 
8 Winter St. 

Brattleboro, Vt. 05301 


VANGUARD RECS. 

71 W. 23 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10010 


VARIETY RECORDING 
130 W. 42nd St. 

New York, 36, N.Y. 


VARSITY 

1703 Church St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 


VAULT RECORDING 
2525 W. 9th St. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 90006 


VILLAGE RECORDER 
1616 Butler Ave. 

West Los Angeles, Calif. 


VINCENT SOUND 
4551 Brown Ave. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 32207 
(904) 396-2529 


VOICE, INC. 

5810 W. Flagler St. 
Miami, Fla. 33144 
(306 ) 661-3164 


VIRTUE RECORDING 
1618 N. Broad St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 


w 

JOHN WAGNER PROD. 
202 Wisconsin NE 
Albuquerque, N.M. 87108 

WALLY HEIDER 
6373 Selma Ave. 
Hollywood, Calif. 


WALLY HEIDER 
245 Hyde Street 
San Francisco, Calif. 94107 


WAVERLEY RECORDING 


WIDGET SOUND 
3804 Jackson Highway 
Muscle Shoals, Ala. 
35660 

(205) 381-1300 


WILEY SOUND STUDIO 
5103 N. 46 St. 

Spokane, Wash. 98407 


WOODLAND SOUND 
1001 Woodland St. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37206 


WOOTEN RECORDING 
3373 Park Ave. 
Memphis, Tenn. 38111 


WAY OUT RECORDINGS 

1966 E. 55 St. 
Cleveland, Ohio 44103 


WEBB RECS. 

1234 Luther St. 
Emporia, Kansas 66801 


WESTERN CINE 
312 S. Pearl St. 
Denver, Colo. 80209 
(303) 744-1017 


WESTERN RECORDERS 

6000 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 


WESTEX RECORDING 
PO Box 6406 
Odessa, Texas 79760 


W F MUSIC ENTS. 
19011 Rivervlew 
Detroit, Mich. 48219 


WG RECORDING STUDIO 
66 Elmwood Ave. 

Holyoke, Mass. 01040 


WHISK RECORDING 
5419 W Slloh Ave. 
Tampa, Fla. 33614 
(813) 884-4953 


WHITNEY RECORDING 
1516 W. Glenoaks Blvd. 
Glendale, Calif. 91201 


Y 

YALE AUDIO 

2732 Florida Ave. 
Tampa, Fla. 33602 
(813) 229-9463 


FARON YOUNG 
RECORDING STUDIO 
1314 Pine Street 
Nashville, Tenn. 37023 


z 

ZENITH CINEMA 
3252 W. Foster Ave. 
Chicago, III. 60625 
(312) 478-2103 


ZIA RECORDING STUDIO 
314 19 Ave. S 
Chicago, III 60610 


ZOO RECORDING 
401 SE loth Court 
Hialeah, Fla. 33010 
(305) 888-1685 


TRIP (dlst: UDC) 

1135 W. Elizabeth 
Linden, N. J. 07036 
(201) 925-0600 

TRIUNE 

905 17th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

20TH CENTURY 

RECORDS 

8255 Sunset Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

TUMBLEWEED (dlst: 
Famous) 

1368 Gilpin St. 

Denver, Colo. 80218 
(303) 321-4010 

TURBO 

see All Platinum 

TWIN ARTIST 
654 River Dr. 

Garfield, N. J. 07026 
(201) 478-0110 

TWINIGHT 

233 E. Erie 
Chicago, 111. 60611 
(312) 664-9111 


u 

UA LATINO (dlst: UDC) 
729 Seventh Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 

(212) 425-5600 


UDC 

(See United Artists) 


U. S. A. 

5059 S. Kedzie 
Chicago, III. 60632 
(312) 471-5100 


UNITED ARTISTS 
6920 Sunset Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 90028 
(213) 461-9141 
729 7th Ave. 

N.Y.C. 

(212) CI-5-6000 

722 17th Ave.. South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 


One§to ps 


NORTH AMERICAN 
MUSIC 

1797 Hamilton Ave. 
Cleveland 44114 

NORTHERN RECORDS 
3040 Prospect 
Cleveland 44115 

PROSPECT RECORDS 

3628 Prospect 
Cleveland 44115 

RECORD RENDEZVOUS 
300 Prospect 
Cleveland 44115 

RECORD RENDEZVOUS 

142 Euclid 
Cleveland 44114 

S & M SALES 

1736 St. Clair 
Cleveland 44114 

UNITED DISTRIBUTING 

2333 St. Clair 
Cleveland 44114 

ROYAL DIST. 

1124 N. High St. 
Columbus 45201 

SEEVEND DIST. 

457 Neilston St. 
Columbus 43215 

STARK RECORD 
SERVICE 

8000 Freedom Ave., 

N.W. 

North Canton 44720 

RECORD RENDEZVOUS 

Richmond Mall 
Richmond Heights 44143 

MODERN RECORD 
SERVICE 

18434 Cranwood Ct. 
Warrensville Heights 
44128 


OKLAHOMA 

ALL RECORDS 

522 Classen Blvd. 
Oklahoma City 73106 

BROMO DIST. 

2033 N.W. 23rd St. 
Oklahoma City 73106 

BILL'S T RECORDS, 
INC. 

19 North Harvard St. 

DOC'S ONE STOP 
1104 S. Lewis Avenue 
Tulsa 74104 


V 

V. I. P. 

see Motown 

VLM 

6515 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 90025 
(212) 469-9116 

VANGUARD 
71 W. 23rd St. 

New York, N. Y. 10010 
(212) AL5-7732 

VARSITY 

1705 Church St. 

Nashville, Tenn. 37203 


VAYA 

888 7th Avenue 
New York, N.Y. 10019 

VERTIGO 
see Mercury 

VERVE 
see MGM 


VERVE FORECAST 
see MGM 


VICMAR 

P 0. Box 11152 

Fort Worth, Tex. 76110 


VIGOR 
see De Lite 


VIRGO 
see Roulette 


VIRTUE (dlst: Mercury) 
1618 N. Broad St. 
Phlla., Pa. 19121 
(215) P03-2825 


VISTA 

see Disneyland 


VOICE RECORDS 
773 Ney Avenue 
Oakland, Calif. 94605 


(Cont’d) 


OKLAHOMA NEWS CO. 
909 West 23rd St. 
Tulsa 74107 

PHIL'S ONE-STOP 

705 N. W. 4th St. 
Oklahoma City 73106 


OREGON 

PORTLAND ONE STOP 
3140 S. E. Hawthorne 
Blvd. 

Portland 97214 

SEAPORT RECORDS 
21 N. E. 7th Avenue 
Portland 97232 


PENN. 

D & H DISTRIBUTING 
CO. 

500 Terminal Road 
Hampden Industrial 
Center 

Camp Hill 17011 

EASTERN MUSIC 
331 N. Broad St. 
Philadelphia 19102 

NATIONAL RECORD 
MART 

230 Forbes Ave. 
Pittsburgh 15222 

NORMAN COOPER 
6222 Lebanon Avenue 
Philadelphia 19151 

MOBILE ONE STOP 
2716 Penn Avenue 
Pittsburgh 15222 

MUSIC SERVICE INC. 
4th & Noble Streets 
Philadelphia 19127 

RECORD MUSEUM 
J & J Dist. 

1928 Arc St. 
Philadelphia 19103 

RICHMOND BROS. 

4308 Park Side Avenue 
Philadelphia 19104 
Tulsa 74115 

SCHWARTZ BROTHERS, 
INC. 

8040 Roosevelt Blvd. 
Suite 306 
Philadelphia 19152 


VOLT 
(See Epic) 


VOX 

211 E. 43rd St. 

New York, N. Y. 10017 
(212) TN7-9360 


w 

WAKE 

812 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 


WAND 
see Scepter 


WARNER BROS. 
4000 Warner Blvd. 
Burbank, Cal. 91505 
(213) 843-6000 


WE PRODUCE 
see Stax 


WESO 

709 Giver Street 
Hollywood, Calif. 90038 


WESTBOUND 
see Chess 


WESTMINSTER GOLD 
see ABC 


WHEEL (dlst: RCA) 
1290 Ave. Of Americas 
New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 586-3000 


WHEELING 
P.O. Box 902 
Wheeling, W. Va. 26003 


WHIT 
see Jewel 


TREEGOODS 

41st & Lancaster Ave. 

Philadelphia 19100 

WILLIAMS ONE STOP 
817 N. Broad St. 
Philadelphia 19123 

THE ONE STOP 

1207 Fifth Avenue 
Pittsburgh 15219 


R. I. 

RHODY RECORDS 

175 Dupont Drive 
Providence 02907 


s.c. 

SOUTH ATLANTIC 
ONE STOP 
P.O. Box 41 
Columbia 29202 


TENNESSEE 

TUCKER'S RECORD 
SHOP 

22V2 Market Street 
Knoxville 37902 

HANDLEMAN CO. 

2795 Hangar Road 
P.O. Box 33046 
Memphis 38118 

HOT LINE DIST. 

596 Lane Avenue 
Memphis 38105 

MUSICAL ISLE OF 
AMERICA 

3000 Fleetbrook Drive 
Memphis 38116 

POPULAR TUNES 
306 Poplar Avenue 
Memphis 38103 

RDM 

746 Calloway Avenue 
Memphis 38122 

MUSICAL ISLE OF 
AMERICA 

1823 8th Avenue South 
Nashville 37203 

MUSIC CITY RECORD 
DIST., INC. 

25 Lincoln St. 

P.O. Box 773 
Nashville 37202 


TEXAS 

WESTERN MERCHAN- 
DISER, INC. 

421 East 34th St. 
Amarillo 79105 


WIDE WORLD 
tee Stoneway 


WIN OR LOSE 
see Atlantic 


WINDFALL 

(dist: Columbia) 

161 W. 54th St. 

New York, N. Y. 10019 
(212) 765-8450 


WOODEN NICKEL 
(dist: RCA) 

400 S. Beverly Dr. 
Beverly Hill], Cal. 90212 
(213) 277-8447 


WORD 

4800 W. Waco Dr. 
Waco, Tex. 76710 
(817) 772-7650 


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3 DENISE LaSALLE— Westbound 


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NEW FEMALE VOCALISTS 


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1 SYLVIA — Vibration 


1 CURTIS MAYFIELD— Curtom 


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2 TIMMY THOMAS— Glades 


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2 INDEPENDENTS— Wand 

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3 FOUR TOPS— Dunhill 


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1 AL GREEN— Hi 

2 STEVIE WONDER— Tamia 

3 JAMES BROWN— Polydor 

4 Billy Paul— Fhsfa. Inf! 

5 Joe Simon— Spring 

6 Jermaine Jackson- — Motown 

7 Marvin Gaye— Tamia 

8 Bobby Womack — United 
Artists 

9 johnny Nash — Epic 

10 Luther Ingram — Koko 

11 Eddie Kendricks — Tamia 

12 Billy Preston— A&M 

13 Tyrone Davis — Dakar 

14 Wilson Pickett — RCA 

15 Bill Withers — Sussex 

16 Jerry Butler— Mercury 

17 King Floyd — -Chimneyville 

18 King Hannibal- — Aware 

19 Donny Hathaway — Atlantic 

20 Chuck Berry — Chess 

21 Isaac Hayes — Enterprise 

22 Joe Tex — Dial 

23 Johnny Taylor — Stax 

24 Albert King — Stax 

25 Jimmy Castor — RCA 

26 Willie Hutch — Motown 

27 Ray Charles — ABC 

28 Michael Jackson — Motown 

29 Dobie Gray — MCA 


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1 ISSAC HAYES — Enterprise 

2 CRUSADERS— Blue Thumb 


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1 ROBERTA FLACK— Atlantic 

2 BARBARA MASON— Buddah 

3 DENISE LaSALlE— 
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4 Betty Wright — Alston 

5 Aretha Franklin — Atlantic 

6 Candi Staton— Fame 

7 Merry Clayton— Ode 

8 Diana Ross— Motown 

9 Millie Jackson — Spring 

10 Esther Phillips- — Kudu 

11 Ann Peebles — Hi 

12 Bettye Swann — Atlantic 

13 Jackie Moore — Atlantic 

14 Bunny Sigler — Phila. Int’l 

15 Mavis Staples — Volt 

16 Laura Lee — Hot Wax 

17 Carla Thomas — Stax 


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1 SYLVIA— Vibration 

2 SYL JOHNSON— Hi 

3 VALERIE SIMPSON— Tamia 

4 Vee Allen — Lion 

5 Inez Andrews — Song Bird 

NEW INSTRUMENTALISTS— R&B 

1 JOHNNY GRIFFITH, INC.— 
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1 CURTIS MAYFIELD— Curtom 

2 TIMMY THOMAS— Glades 

3 BARRY WHITE— 20th 
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4 Otis Clay — Hi 

5 Johnny Williams — Phiia. Int'l 

6 Tommy Young — Soul Power 

7 J. R. Bailey — Toy 

8 Nolan Porter — ABC 

9 O.V. Wright — Back Beat 

10 Carl Carlton — Back Beat 

11 Willie Roundtree — Chelsea 

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1 BRIGHTER SIDE OF 
DARKNESS— 20th Century 

2 INDEPENDENTS— Wand 

3 NEW YORK CITY— Chelsea 

4 Holland, Dozier— 

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5 Sylvers — Pride 

6 Cymande — Janus 

7 Bloodstone — London 

8 Mark IV — Mercury 

9 Montclairs— Paula 

10 Southside Movement — Wand 

11 Anacostia — Columbia 

12 Joe Quarterman & Free Soul 
— GSF 

13 People’s Choice — Phil L.A. 
of Soul 

14 Lirnmie & The Family Cookin' 
— Avco 

15 We The People — Lion 


VOCAL GROUPS-R&B 

1 TEMPTATIONS— Gordy 

2 SPINNERS— Atlantic 

3 FOUR TOPS— Dunhiil 

4 Gladys Knight & Pips — Soul 

5 War— U.A. 

6 O'Jays — Phila. Int’l 

7 Stylistics — Avco 

8 Harold Melvin & The Blue 
Notes — Phila. Int'l 

9 Jackson Five — Motown 

10 Manhattans — DeLuxe 

11 Ohio Players — Westbound 

12 Chi-Lites — Brunswick 

13 Dells — Cadet 

14 Isley Brothers — T. Neck 

15 Staple Singers — Stax 

16 Main Ingredient — RCA 

17 Persuaders — Win or Lose 

18 Soul Children — Stax 

19 New Birth— RCA 

20 First Choice — Philly Groove 

21 Mandrill — Polydor 

22 Archie Bell & The Dreils — 
Glades 

23 Detroit Emeralds — 
Westbound 

24 Smokey Robinson & The 
Miracles — Tamia 

25 Dramatics — Volt 

26 Act I — Spring 

27 Delfonics— Philly Groove 

28 Cornelius Bros. & Sister Rose 
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1 JAMES BROWN & LYNN 
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soul to put the Reverend Ike out of business. In the R&B 
Department at Warners, the Reverend Banks is Director of 
Special Projects. He's the one who's changing the 
Burbank image in the R&B field. 

The man's only been on the job one month, 
but already.he's got a three carrot rating. Look what's 
happened in the Soul Department since David arrived: 

Tower of Power's newest single, "So Very Hard 
to Go" (WB 7687), is currently the hottest record in San 
F rancisco and climbing the national pop charts at 24 . 

Bobby Byrd's "Try It Again" (Kwanza 7703) is a 
regional breakout in New Y ork. 

"Come Lay Some Lovin' on Me" (WB 7707) 
by Paul Kelly is sizzling in Atlanta and on the verge of 
going national. 

Starting July 1 , Warners' new Soul Bunny is going 
to be spreading the word for these records as well 
as the latest from Maxayn, Bobby Sheen, Dionne 
Warwicke, The Hypnotics, Nicholas Ashford and 
Valerie Simpson. 

His program is called Soul Showcase, and you'll 
be feeling the impact from Soul Bunny posters and 
T-shirts, radio and instore promotions, national radio 
and print ads. 

He's convinced Bugs. 

And there are a lot of converts in line. 

Look for Soul Bunny this July. If you can't find him 
drop a line to the Reverend Banks, 3701 Warner 
Boulevard, Burbank, California 9 1505. 

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1973 

LONG JOHN SILVER — Jefferson Airplane — Grunt 
MORE HOT ROCKS (BIG HITS AND FAZED COOKIES)— 

THE MAGICIAN’S BIRTHDAY— Uriah Heap — Phonogram 
CRAZY HORSES — The Osmonds— MGM 
TOO YOUNG — Donny Osmond — MGM 

CREEDENCE GOLD— Creedence Clearwater Revival— Fantasy 
THE HAPPIEST GIRL !N THE WHOLE U.S.A, — Donna Fargc 
IOGGINS & MESSINA— Logglns & Messina — Columbia 
360 DEGREES OF BILLY PAUL — Billy Paul — Phila. Int’l 

DON’T SHOOT ME I’M ONLY THE PIANO PLAYER— Elton John— MCA 
WORLD WIDE 50 GOLD AWARD HUS VOL. 1 — Elvis Presley — RCA 
ELVIS— ALOHA FROM HAWAII VIA SATELLITE— Elvis Presley — RCA 
LIVE CONCERT AT THE FORUM— Barbra Streisand— Columbia 

THE STYLISTICS— The Stylistics— Avco L1I 

AROUND THE WORLD WITH THREE DOG NIGHT — Three Dog Night — ABC/Dunhill 
I AM WOMAN — Helen Reddy— Capitol 
SHOOT OUT AT THE FANTASY FACTORY — Traffic— Island 
DUELING BANJOS — Soundtrack from "Deliverance” as performed by 
Eric Weissberg &. Steve Mandel — Warner Bros. 

BABY DON’T GET HOOKED ON ME — Mac Davis. — Columbia 


WATTSTAX — Various Artists — Stax 

IN CONCERT — Derek & The Dominoes — RSO 

BILLION DOLLAR BABIES — Alice Cooper — Warner Bros. 

KENNY ROGERS & THE FIRST EDITION GREATEST HITS — Kenny Rogers & The 
First Edition — Warner Bros. /Reprise 
HOUSES OF THE HOLY — Led Zeppelin — Atlantic 
THE BEST OF BREAD — Bread— Elektra 
WHO DO WE THINK WE ARE— Deep Purple — Warner Bros. 

THE BEATLES '62 — ’66 — The Beatles — Apple 
THE BEATLES ’66— ’70 — The Beatles — Apple 
THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON— Pink Floyd— Harvest 
THE DIVINE MISS M— Bette Midler— Atlantic 

THEY ONLY COME OUT AT NIGHT— The Edgar Winter Group— Epic 
SITTIN’ IN — Kenny Loggins with Jimmy Messina — Columbia 


1972 

MARK, DON, & MEL — Grand Funk — Capitol 

MARDI GRAS — Creedence Clearwater — Fantasy 

GATHER ME — Melanie — Neighborhood 

‘13’ — Doors — Elektra 

JOPLIN IN CONCERT — Columbia 

ALL DAY MUSIC — War — U.A. 

LIVE IN CONCERT — James Gang — ABC Dunhill 

CHERISH — David Cassidy — Bell 

A SONG FOR YOU — Carpenters — A&M 

SCHOOL’S OUT — Alice Cooper — WB 

THIRDS — James Gang — ABC Dunhill 

HISTORY OF ERIC CLAPTON 

AMAZING GRACE — Aretha Franklin — Atlantic 

ROBERTA FLACK & DONNY HATHAWAY— Atlantic 

HONKY CHATEAU — Elton John — UNI 

SONNY & CHER— Kapp 

CHEECH & CHONG — ODE 

SEVEN SEPARATE FOOLS — Three Dog Night — ABC Dunhill 
NEVER A DULL MOMENT — Rod Stewart — Mercury 
CHICAGO 5 — Columbia 

ELVIS AS RECORDED AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN — RCA 
CARLOS SANTANA & BUDDY MILES LIVE — Columbia 
THEIR SIXTEEN GREATEST HITS — Grassroots— ABC Dunhill 
DONNY HATHAWAY ‘LIVE’— Atlantic 
BIG BAMBU — Cheech & Chong — Ode 
PROCOL HARUM ‘LIVE’ — A&M 

LOVE THEME FROM ‘THE GODFATHER’ — Andy Williams — Columbia 

MOODS — Neil Diamond — UNI 

TRILOGY — Emerson, Lake & Palmer — Cotillion 

STILL BILL— Bill Withers— Sussex 

SUPER FLY — Soundtrack — Curtom 

SMOKIN’ — Humble Pie — A&M 

WHAT YOU HEAR IS WHAT YOU GET — Ike & Tina Turner — UA 

CARNEY — Leon Russell — Shelter 

FM & AM — George Carlin — Little David 

PHOENIX — Grand Funk Railroad — Capitol 

CATCH BULL AT FOUR — Cat Stevens — A&M 

AMERICAN PIE — Don McLean — United Artists 

BOB DYLAN’S GREATEST HITS VOL. 2 — Bob Dylan— Columbia 

THE CONCERT FOR BANGLA DESH — George Harrison & Friends — Apple 

AERIE — John Denver — RCA 

SHE’S A LADY — Tom Jones — Parrot 

WILD LIFE- — Wings — Apple 

MEATY, BEATY, BIG & BOUNCY — Who — Decca 

STONES — Neil Diamond — Uni 

LORETTA LYNN’S GREATEST HITS — Loretta Lynn — Decca 

HOMEMADE — Osmond Bros. — MGM 

TO YOU WITH LOVE — Donny Osmond — MGM 

HOT ROCKS — Rolling Stones — London 

KILLER — Alice Cooper — Warner Brothers 

BLESSED ARE — Joan Baez — Vanguard 

ANY DAY NOW — Joan Baez — Vanguard 

LEON RUSSELL & THE SHELTER PEOPLE — Leon Russell — Shelter 

A NOD IS AS GOOD AS A WINK TO A BLIND HORSE — Faces — Warner Brothers 

LOW SPARK OF HIGH HEELED BOYS — Traffic — Island 

CHARLEY PRIDE SINGS HEART SONGS — Charley Pride — RCA 

HARVEST — Neil Young — Reprise 

MADMAN ACROSS THE WATER — Eiton John — Uni 

ROCKIN’ THE FiLMORE— Humble Pie— A & M 

PAUL SIMON— Columbia 

NILSSON SCHMILSSON — Nilsson — RCA 

BABY I’M A WANT YOU — Bread — Elektra 

AMERICA — Warner Brothers 

FRAGILE — Yes — Atlantic 

TOM JONES LIVE AT CAESARS PALACE — Tom Jones — Parrot 
ANOTHER TIME, ANOTHER PLACE — Engelbert Humperdinck — Parrot 
EAT A PEACH — Aliman Brothers Band — Capricorn 
CHER_CHER — Kapp 

PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION — Emerson, Lake & Palmer — Cotillion 
FIRST TAKE — Roberta Flack — Atlantic 
QUIET FIRE — Roberta Flack — Atlantic 


YOUNG, GIFTED & BLACK — Aretha Franklin — Atlantic 
LET’S STAY TOGETHER— Al Green— Hi 

BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS GREATEST HITS — Blood, Sweat & Tears — Columbia 

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I WHO HAVE NOTHING — Tom Jones— Parrot 
TAPROOT MANUSCRIPT— Neil Diamond— UNI 
JOHN LENNON PLASTIC ONO BAND — Apple 
LOVE STORY — Original Soundtrack — Paramount 
CHICAGO 3 — Columbia 

THE WORST OF JEFFERSON AIRPLANE— RCA 
ELTON JOHN— Uni 

ON STAGE FEBRUARY 1970 — Elvis Presley — RCA 

CHARLEY PRIDE’S 10th ALBUM — RCA 

JUST PLAIN CHARLEY — Charley Pride — RCA 

CHARLEY PRIDE IN PERSON — RCA 

PEARL— Janis Joplin — Columbia 

FOR THE GOOD TIMES — Ray Price — Columbia 

THE FIGHTIN’ SIDE OF ME — Merle Haggard & Strangers — Capitol 
GARY PUCKETT & THE UNION GAP’S GREATEST HITS — Columbia 
TUMBLEWEED CONNECTION — Elton John— UNI 
LOVE STORY— Andy Williams — Columbia 
ROSE GARDEN — Lynn Anderson — Columbia 

UP TO DATE— Partridge Family— Bell * ! 

THE CRY OF LOVE— Jimi Hendrix — Reprise 
WOODSTOCK 2 — Soundtrack — Cotillion 
FRIENDS — Original Soundtrack — Paramount 
WHALES & NIGHTINGALES — Judy Collins — Elektra 
IF I COULD ONLY REMEMBER MY NAME — David Crosby— Atlantic 
NATURALLY— Three Dog Night— Dunhill 
STEPPENWOLF 7— Dunhill 
GOLDEN BISQUITS — Three Dog Night — Dunhill 
STEPPENWOLF GOLD — Dunhill 

HERB ALPERT AND THE TIJUANA BRASS GREATEST HITS — A&M 
4 WAY STREET — Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young — Atlantic 
STONEY END — Barbra Streisand — Columbia 
SURVIVAL — G'and Funk Railroad — Capitol 
MUD SLIDE SLIM — James Taylor — W rner Bros. 

BARBRA STREISAND GREATEST HITS — Columbia 
PARANOID — Black Sabbath — Warner Bros. 

STICKY FINGERS — Rolling Stones — Rolling Stones 
SWEETHEART — Engelbert Humperdinck — Parrot 
NANTUCKET SLEIGHRIDE— Mountain — Windfall 
LOVE’S LINES ANGLES & RHYMES — Fifth Dimension— Bell 
AQUALUNG — Jethro Tull— Reprise 

ARETHA LIVE AT FILMORE WEST — Aretha Franklin — Atlantic 
BURT BACHARACH— A&M 
L. A. WOMAN — -Doors — Elektra 

EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY — Rod Stewart — Mercury 
EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER — Cotillion 
B. S. & T. 4 — Blood, Sweat & Tears — Columbia 
LAYLA — Derek & The Dominos — Atco 
CHAPTER 2 — Roberta Flack — Atlantic 
STEVE STILLS 2— Atlantic 

SONGS FOR BEGINNERS — Graham Nash — Atlantic 
TARKUS — Emerson, Lake & Palmer — Cotillion 
EVERY GOOD BOY DESERVES FAVOUR— Moody Blues— Threshold 
OSMONDS — Osmond Bros. — MGM 
ANDY WILLIAMS GREATEST HITS — Columbia 
POEMS, PRAYERS & PROMISES — John Denver— RCA 
WHO’S NEXT — The Coho — Decca 
MASTER OF REALITY — Black Sabbath — Warner Bros. 

SOUND MAGAZINE — Partridge Family — Bell 

IMAGINE — John Lennon — Apple 

THE NEW SANTANA — Columbia 

HARMONY — Three Dog Night — Dunhill 

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF — Original Soundtrack — U.A. 

TEASER AND THE FIRECAT — Cat Stevens — A&M 

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND AT FILMORE EAST — Atco 

JAMES GANG RIDES AGAIN— ABC/ Dunhill 

A PARTRIDGE FAMILY CHRISTMAS CARD — Bell 

THERE’S A RIOT GOING ON — Sly & The Family Stone — Epic 

LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL — Chicago — Columbia 

BLUE — Joni Mitchell — Warner Bros. 

GRATEFUL DEAD — Warner Bros. 

LED ZEPPELIN— Atlantic 



1970 

ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK — Parrot 

ENGELBERT — Engelbert Humperdinck — Parrot 

CAPTURED LIVE AT THE FORUM— Three Dog Night— Dunhill 

EASY RIDER — Original Soundtrack — ABC 

THE BEST OF CHARLEY PRIDE — RCA 

VOLUNTEERS — Jefferson Airplane — RCA 

CROWN OF CREATION — Jefferson Airplane — RCA 

FROM ELVIS IN MEMPHIS — Elvis Presley — RCA 

HELLO I’M JOHNNY CASH — Columbia 

SEE WHAT TOMORROW BRINGS — Peter, Paul & Mary — Warner Bros. 

ALIVE ALIVE-0 — Jose Feliciano — RCA 

BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER — Simon & Garfunkel — Columbia 

BOBBY SHERMAN — Metromedia 

MANTOVANI’S GOLDEN HITS — London 

GET TOGETHER — Andy Williams — Columbia 

MORRISON HOTEL — The Doors — Elektra 

GOIN’ OUT OF MY HEAD — Lettermen — Capitol 

HEY JUDE — Beatles— Apple 

MY WAY— Fr nk Sinatra — Reprise 

LIVE PEACE IN TORONTO 1969 — Plastic Ono Band— Apple 

MONSTER — Steppenwolf — Dunhill 

FELICIANO 10 TO 23 — Jose Feliciano — RCA 

DEJA VU — Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young — Atlantic 

UP-UP AND AWAY — 5th Dimension — Soul City 

WARM — Herb Alpert — A&M 

CHICAGO — Columbia 

TAMMY’S GREATEST HITS— Tammy Wynette — Epic 
CLAUDINE — Claudine Longet— A&M 
JOE COCKER— A&M 
TOM — Tom Jones — Parrot 

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1970 (Cont’d.) 

A SONG WILL RISE — Peter, Paul & Mary — Warrser Bros. 

McCARTNEY— Paul McCartney — -Apple 
A GIFT FROM A FLOWER TO A GARDEN— Donovan — Epic 
DON’T COME HOME A DRINKIN' (WITH LOVIN’ ON YOUR MIND) — Loretta 
Lynn- — Decca 

MIDNIGHT COWBOY— Original Soundtrack— United Artists 
“BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID" — Bert Bacharach — A&M 
LET IT BE — Beatles — Apple 
VENTURES PLAY TELS TAR— Doufton 
GOLDEN GREATS — Ventures — Dolton 
BAND OF GYPSYS — Jim! Hendrix Experience — Capitol 
SELF PORTRAIT— Bob Dylan — Columbia 
HURT SO BAD — Lettermen — Capitol 
GRAND FUNK — Capitol 

HERE COMES BOBBY — Bobby Sherman — Metromedia 
BLOOD SWEAT & TEARS 3 — Columbia 
LIVE STEPPENWOLF — Dunhili 
GOLDEN GRASS — GrassRoots — Dunhili 
IT AIN’T EASY — Three Dog Night — Dunhili 

RAINDROPS KEEP FALUN' ON MY HEAD — B. J. Thomas — Scepter 
TO OUR CHILDRENS, CHILDRENS, CHILDREN — Moody Blues — Threshold 
THE DEVIL MADE ME BUY THIS DRESS — Flip Wilson— Little David 
ABSOLUTELY LIVE— Doors — Elektra 
LIVE AT LEEDS — -The Who — Decca 

HERE WHERE THERE IS LOVE — Dionne Warwick — Scepter 

VALLEY OF THE DOLLS — Dionne Warwick — Scepter 

CLOSER TO HOME — Grand Funk — Capitol 

MOUNTAIN CLIMBING — Mounta n — Windfall 

MAD DOGS AND ENGLISHMEN— Joe Cocker — A&M 

DAYS OF FUTURE PASSED — Moody Blues — Threshold 

ON THE THRESHOLD OF A DREAM — Moody Blues — Threshold 

OKIE FROM MUSKOGEE— Merle Haggard— Capitol 

LED ZEPPELIN III— Atlantic 

EDIZIONE D’ORO — Four Seasons — Philips 

ON TIME — Grand Funk — Capitol 

EVERYBODY KNOWS THIS IS NOWHERE — Neil Young — Reprise 
THE BEST OF PETER, PAUL & MARY — Warner Bros. 

SWEET BABY JAMES- — James Taylor — Warner Bros. 

STAGEFRIGHT — The Band — Capitol 

PAINT YOUR WAGON — Original Soundtrack — Paramount 

ABRAXAS — Santana — Columbia 

SESAME STREET BOOK & RECORD — Original TV Cast — Columbia 
WITH LOVE BOBBY — Bobby Sherman — Metromedia 
GET YER YA-YA’S OUT — Rolling Stones — London 
A QUESTION OF BALANCE— Moody Blues — Threshold 
RECORDED LIVE AT THE INTERNATIONAL MONTEREY POP FESTIVAL — Jlml 
Hendrix & Otis Redding — Reprise 
AFTER THE GOLD RUSH— Neil Young — Reprise 
CLOSE TO YOU— The Carpenters— A&M 
REACH OUT — Burt Bacharach — A&M 

WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS — Joe Cocker — A&M 

NEIL DIAMOND GOLD — Uni 

BENEFIT— Jethro Tull— Reprise 

MERRY CHRISTMAS — Bing Crosby — Decca 

SHARE THE LAND — The Guess Who — RCA 

SLY & THE FAMILY STONE’S GREATEST HITS — Epic 

NANCY & LEE — Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood — Reprise 

FRANK SINATRA’S GREATEST HITS — Reprise 

LIVE ALBUM — Grand Funk — Capitol 

STEPHEN STILLS— Atlantic 

THE JIM NABORS CHRISTMAS ALBUM — Columbia 
SUPER SESSION— Bloomfield/Kooper/Stills — Columbia 
TOUCHING YOU, TOUCHING ME — Neil Diamond — UN! 

IN SEARCH OF THE LOST CHORD — Moody Blues — Threshold 
NEW MORNING — Bob Dylan — Columbia 

SOSIN’S FACTORY — Creedence Clearwater Revival — Fantasy 

WILLY & THE POOR BOYS — Creedence Clearwater Revival — Fantasy 

GREEN RIVER — Creedence Clearwater Revival — Fantasy 

BAYOU COUNTRY — Creedence Clearwater Revival— Fantasy 

CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL— Fantasy 

ALL THINGS MUST PASS — George Harrison — Apple 

THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY ALBUM — Bell 

PENDULUM — Creedence Clearwater Revival — Fantasy 

THE FREEWHEELIN’ BOB DYLAN — Columbia 

JOHN BARLEYCORN MUST DIE— Traffic— United Artists 

WE MADE IT HAPPEN — Engelbert Humperdinck — Parrot 

JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR— Original— Decca 

LADIES OF THE CANYON — Joni Mitchell — Reprise 

DEAN MARTIN’S GREATEST HITS Vol. II— Reprise 

PORTRAIT — Fifth Dimension— Bell 

IN MY LIFE— Judy Collins— Elektra 

1969 

ARETHA NOW— Aretha Franklin— Atlantic 
I N — A — GADDA- — DA — VIDA — I ron Butterfly — Ate® 

FRESH CREAM— Atco 

TIME HAS COME — Chambers Bros. — Columbia 
JUNGLE BOOK— Soundtrack — Disneyland 

BEATLES— Aopie 

HERB ALPERT’S CHRISTMAS ALBUM— A & M 
HARPER VALLEY P.T.A.- — Jeanrsie C. Riley— Plantation 
FUNNY GIRL- — Soundtrack — Columbia 
BEGGERS BANQUET— Roiling Stones— London 
THE SEA — San Sslbastian Strings— Warner Bros. 

THE STORY OF MARY PQPPINS — Disneyland 
HEY LITTLE ONE — Glen Campbell- — Capitol 
THE CHRISTMAS SONG — Nat King Cole— Capitol 
THE ’ ETTERMAN . . . AND LIVE — Captol 
WILDFLOWERS — Judy Collins — Elektra 
ALBUM 1700 — Peter, Paul & Mary — Warner Bros. 

GENTRY & CAMPBELL — Bobb : e Gentry— Glen Campbell-— Capitol 

DEAiy MARTIN’S GREATEST HITS VOL 1— Reprise 

YELLOW SUBMARINE— Soundtrack— Apple 

STEPPENWOLF THE SECOND — Dunhili 

WHO WILL ANSWER — Ed Ames— RCA 

BOOTS WITH STRINGS — Boots Randolph — Monument 


DIONNE WARWICK’S GREATEST HITS PART 1— Scepter 

A MAN WITHOUT LOVE — Engelbert Humperdinck — Parrot 

THE LAST WALTZ — Engelbert Humperdinck — Parrot 

THE ASSOCIATION’S GREATEST HITS — Warner Bros./7 Arts 

WEDNESDAY MORNING 3:AM — Simon & Garfunkel — Columbia 

WONDERLAND BY NIGHT— Bert Kaempfert — Decca 

BERT KAEMPFERT’S GREATEST HITS — Decca 

200 M.P.H. — BUI Cosby — Warner Bros./? Arts 

HAIR — Original Cast — RCA 

IT MUST BE HIM — Ray Conmff — Columbia 

ROMEO & JULIET — Orig. Soundtrack — Capitol 

TOM JONES LIVE— Parrot 

THE AGE OF AQUARIUS — Fifth Dimension — Soul City 

ELVIS T.V. SPECIAL — Elvis Presley — RCA 

BALL — Iron Butterfly — Atco 

LED ZEPPELIN— Atlantic 

JOHNNY CASH’S GREATEST HITS— Columbia 

OLIVER — Orig. Soundtrack — Colgems 

THE SOFT PARADE— DOORS — Elektra 

JOHNNY CASH AT SAN QUENTIN— Columbia 

SWITCHED ON BACH — Walter Carlos/Benjamin Folkman — Columbia 

THREE DOG NIGHT— Dunhili 

BLIND FAITH— Atco 

HAPPY HEART— Andy Wi'liams — Columbia 

GENTLE ON MY MIND— Dean Martin— Reprise 

WHO KNOWS WHERE THE TIME GOES— Judy Collins— Elektra 

SMASH HITS — Jimi Hendrix Evperience — Reprise 

GOLDEN INSTRUMENTALS — Billy Vaughn — Dot 

ABBEY ROAD — Beatles — Apple 

LIVE IN LAS VEGAS — Tom Jones— Parrot 

BEST OF THE BEE GEES — Atco 

BEST OF THE CREAM— Atco 

LED ZEPPELIN II— Atlantic 

GREEN GRASS OF HOME— Tom Jones — Parrot 

LET IT BLEED — Rolling Stones— London 

THE BAND — Capitol 

SANTANA — Columbia 

CHILD IS FATHER TO THE MAN — Blood, Sweat & Tears — Columbia 
KOZMIC BLUES — Janis Joplin — Columbia 
STAND — Sly & The Family Stone — Epic 
SUITABLE FOR FRAMING — Three Dog Night — Dunhili 
CYCLES — Frank Sinatra — Reprise 
HOT BUTTERED SOUL — Isaac Hayes — Enterprise 
FROM VEGAS TO MEMPHIS — Elvis Presley— RCA 
CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY — Columbia 
A WARM SHADE OF IVORY— Henry Mancini— RCA 
YOUNG GIRL — Gary Puckett & Union Gap — Columbia 
HIS HAND IN MINE— Elvis Presley— RCA 
BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS— Columbia 
GALVESTON — Glen Campbell — Capitol 
FREEDOM SUITE— Rascals— Atlantic 
GOODBYE — Cream — Atco 
DONOVAN'S GREATEST HITS — Epic 
2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY— Original Soundtrack— MGM 
SOULIN — Lou Rawls — Capitol 
BEST OF THE LETTERMEN— Capitol 
NASHVILLE SKYLINE— Bob Dylan— Columbia 
FEVER ZONE — Tom Jones — Prrot 
EQUINOX— Sergio Mendes & Brasil 66 — A&M 
HELP YOURSELF— Tom Jones— Parrot 
A DAY IN THE LIFE— Wes Montgomery— A&M 
FOOL ON THE HILL— Sergio Mendes & Brasil 66 — A&M 
THE RIGHTEOUS BROS. GREATEST HITS — Verve 
THIS IS TOM JONES — Parrot 
HANK WILLIAMS’ GREATEST HITS — MGM 
THE VERY BEST OF CONNIE FRANCIS — MGM 
THE BEST OF HERMAN’S HERMITS VOL. II— MGM 
HOW THE WEST WAS WON — Orig. Soundtrack— MGM 
YOUR CHEATIN’ HEART— Hank Williams— MGM 

THE STRIPPER AND OTHER FUN SONGS FOR THE FAMILY— David Rose & 
Orchestra — MGM 


1968 


WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS — Ray Conniff — Columbia CL 1892/CS 8692 
HERB ALPERT’S NINTH— A&M 134/SP 4134 
MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR— Beatles — Capitol MAL/SMAL 2835 
BUTTONED DOWN MIND STRIKES BACK— Bob Newhart— Warner Bros. W/WS 
1393 

INSIGHT OUT — Association— Warner Bros. W/WS 1696 

BOB DYLAN’S GREATEST HITS — Columbia KCL 2663/KCS 9463 

LOVE ME WITH ALL YOUR HEART— Jim Nabors — Columbia CL 2558/9358 

STRANGE DAYS — Doors— Elektra EKS 74014 

DREAM WITH DEAN— Dean Martin— Reprise R/RS 6123 

GUANTANAMERA— Sandpipers— A&M 117/SP 4117 

MY LOVE FORGIVE ME— Robert Goulet — Columbia 

JOHNNY CASH AT FOLSOM PRISON— Columbia 

HONEY — Andy Williams— Columbia 

HONEY — Bobby Goldsboro — United Artists 

WICHITA LINEMAN — Glen Campbell — Capitol 

STEPPENWOLF— Dunhili 

ELECTRIC LADYLAND — Jimi Hendrix Experience — Reprise 
KINK’S GREATEST HITS — Reprise 
DEAN MARTIN’S CHRISTMAS ALBUM— Reprise 
PURPLE ONION — Smother’s Bros. — Mercury 

FAREWELL TO THE FIRST GOLDEN ERA— Mamas & Paoas — Dunhili D/DS 50025 
HOW GREAT THOU ART — Elvis Presley— RCA Victor LPM/LSP 3758 
DISTANT DRUMS — Jim Reeves— RCA Victor LPM/LSP 3542 
BLOOMING HITS — Paul Mauriat— Philips PHM 200-248/PHS 600-248 
DR. DOOLITTLE— Soundtrack— 20th Centruy Fox DTCS 5101 
BEST OF BUCK OWENS — Capitol T/ST 2105 
BYRDS GREATEST HITS — Columbia CL 2716/CS 9561 
THE GRADUATE — Soundtrack — Columbia OS 3180 
JOHN WESLEY HARDING — Bob Dylan — Columbia CL 2804/CS 9604 
WELCOME TO MY WORLD — Dean Martin— Reprise R/RS 6258 
HOUSTON — Dean Martin — Reprise R/RS 6181 
ARE YOU EXPERIENCED — Jimi Hendrix — Reprise RS 6261 
MODERN SOUNDS IN COUNTRY AND WESTERN MUSIC VOL. 2— Ray Charles— 
ABC /ABCS 435 

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PERCE AND LOVE 
IS BETTER 
THE 

SECOND TimE ROUND. 


Nyah-Rock, is the music of Cymande 
A wicked blend of calypso, Afro rock and love 
Through it they speak their ideals, heritage and themselves 

Their first album was such a success 
it's only natural they follow it with a "Second Time Round. 


Chess/ Janus 




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ESSIE HILL... SHIRLEY and KURTIS VAUGHN 


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JTTLE RICHARD . . . GUNILLA HUTTON. ..TOM MOORE... JESSIE HILL... SHIRLEY and KUk 
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and KURTIS VAUGHN . . . CHRIS MERCER and THE SQUEEZE BAND . . . GARY LEWIS . . .JOHN WALKER . . . LITTLE RICHARl 
...GUNILLA HUTTON... TOM MOORE .. .JESSIE HILL ... SHIRLEY and KURTIS VAUGHN ... CHRIS MERCER 
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...JESSIE HILL. ..SHIRLEY and KURTIS VAUGHN... CHRIS MERCER and THE SQUEEZE BAND. ..GARY LEWIS. ..JOHN 
WALKER... LITTLE RICHARD... GUN ILIA HUTTON. ..TOM MOORE... JESSIE HILL... SHIRLEY and KURTIS VAUGHN... 
CHRIS MERCER and THE SQUEEZE BAND . . . GARY LEWIS . . .JOHN WALKER . . . LITTLE RICHARD . . . GUNILLA HUTTON . . . 
TOM MOORE... JESSIE HILL... SHIRLEY and KURTIS VAUGHN... CHRIS MERCER and THE SQUEEZE BAND. ..GARY 
LEWIS ..JOHN WALKER... LITTLE RICHARD... GUNILLA HUTTON. ..TOM MOORE... JESSIE HILL... SHIRLEY and KURTIS 
VAUGHN . . CHRIS MERCER and THE SQUEEZE BAND . . . GARY LEWIS . . .JOHN WALKER . . . LITTLE RICHARD . . . GUNILLA 
HU7TOW..TOM MOORE... JESSIE HILL... SHIRLEY and KURTIS VAUGHN... CHRIS MERCER and THE SQUEEZE BAND 
GARY LEWIS . . . JOHN WALKER . . . LITTLE RICHARD . . . GUNILLA HUTTON . . . TOM MOORE . . . JESSIE HILL . . . SHIRLEY 
and KURTS VAUGHN . CHRIS MERCER and THE SQUEEZE BAND . . . GARY LEWIS . . .JOHN WALKER . . . LITTLE RICHARD 
...GUNILLA HUTTON.. JOM MOORE .. .JESSIE HILL ... SHIRLEY and KURTIS VAUGHN ... CHRIS MERCER 
and THE SQUEEZE BAND... GARY LEWIS.. JOHN WALKER... LITTLE RICHARD... GUNILLA- HUTTON... TOM MOORE 



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1968 (Cont’d) 

RAY CHARLES 6REA":''€S'- HITS— ABC/ABCS 415 

LOVING YOU— C A Victor LPM/LSP 1515 

TURTLE'S GOLDEri Hrfs- -White Whale WW 115/WWS 7115 

THE BIRDS, THE BEs AND THE MONKEES — Colgems COS 109 

GIGi — Soundtr~ck — MGM E/5E3641 ST 

BOOKEHDS— Simon & Garfunkel KCS 9529 

LOVE ANDY — Andy Wiliams — Columbia 

DORIS BAY’S GREATEST HITS — Columbia 

D3SRAEL. GEARS— Cream— ATCO 

MERRY CHRISTMAS— Andy Williams — Columbia 

BEAT OF THE BRASS— Herb Alpert & Tijuana Brass — A&M 

WHEELS OF FIRE— Cream— ATCO 

VANILLA FUDGE— ATCO 

TO RUSSELL, MY BROTHER WHOM I SLEPT WITH— Bill Cosby— Warner Bros. 

SOMEWHERE MY LOVE— Roger Williams— Kapp 

GLENN MILLER— RCA 

WAITING FOR THE SUN DOORS— Elektra 

THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY— Soundtrack U.A. 

A MAN AND HIS SOUL— Ray Charles — ABC 

LADY SOUL — Aretha Franklin — Atlantic 

LOOK AROUND — Sergio Mendes & Brasil ’66— A&M 

THE YOUNG RASCALS — Atlantic 

THE RASCAL’S GREATEST HITS/Time Peace — Atlantic 

CAMELOT — Soundtrack — W.B. 

AXIS: BOLD AS LOVE — J>mi Hendrix Experience — Reprise 
CHEAP THRILLS — Big Brother Holding Co. — Columbia 

1967 


I NEVER LOVED A MAN— Aretha Franklin— Atlantic 8139/SD 8139 

SGT. PEPPER’S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND— Beatles — Capitol T/ST 2653 

JUST LIKE US — Paul Revere & The Raiders — Columbia CL 2451/CS 9251 

MORE OF THE MONKEES — Colgems— COM/COS 102 

S.R.O.— Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass— A&M LP 119/SP 4119 

GOT LIVE IF YOU WANT IT— Rolling Stones — London LL 3493/PS 493 

TILL— Roger Williams — Kapp KL/KS 1081 

SONGS OF THE FABULOUS FIFTIES, PART 1 — Kapp KL 1209/KS 3209 

SONGS OF THE FABULOUS FIFTIES, PART 2— Kapp KL 1210/KS 3210 

ROGER WILLIAMS GREATEST HITS— Kapp KL 1260/3260 

YAKETY SAX — Boots Randolph — Monument 

THAT’S LIFE— Frank Sinatr_— Reprise F/FS 1020 

LOU RAWLS LIVE — Capitol T/TS 2459 

THE TWO SIDES OF THE SMOTHERS BROS.— Mercury MG 20675/SR 60675 
BETWEEN THE BUTTONS — Rolling Stones— London LL 3499/PS 499 
MIDNIGHT RIDE— Paul Revere & The Raiders — Columbia CL 2508/CS 9308 
THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE— Original Soundtrack— Decca DL 1500/71500 
THE BEST OF MANCINI— Henry Mancini— RCA Victor LPM/LSP 2693 
AN EVENING WITH BELAFONTE— Harry Belafonte — RCA Victor LPM/LSP 3415 
BEST OF THE BEACH BOYS — Canitol T/DT 2545 

WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL— Lawrence Welk— Dot DLP 3774/DLP 25774 

SPIRIT OF ’67— Paul Revere & The Ra derc — Columbia CL 2595/CS 9395 

MAMAS & PAPAS DELIVER — Dunhill D/S 50014 

BORN FREE— Roger Williams — Kapp KL 1501/KS 3501 

MAME — Original Cast — Columbia KOL 6600/KOS 3000 

HEADQUARTERS— Monkees— Colgems COM/COS 103 

MY CUP RUNNETH OVER— Ed Ames— RCA Victor LPM/LPS 3774 

STRANGERS ON THE SHORE— Mr. Acker Bilk— Atco 

REVENGE— Bill Cosby — Warner Bros. W/WS 1691 

PARSLEY & SAGE, ROSEMARY & THYME— Simon & Garfunkel— Columbia CL 
2463/CS 9363 

BORN FREE— Andy Wili ams — Columbia CL 2680/CS 9480 
THE BEST OF THE LOVIN’ SPOONFUL — Kami Sutra KLP/KLPS 8056 
THEMES FOR YOUNG LOVERS — Percy Faith & Orch. — Columbia CL 2704/CS 
9504 

I WALK THE LINE— Johnny Cash — Columb : a CL 2190/CS 8990 

SURREALISTIC PILLOW— Jefferson Airplane — RCA Victor LPM/LSP 3766 

FLOWERS — Rolling Stones— London LL 3509/PS 509 

A MAN AND A WOMAN — Soundtrack — Un ted Artists UAL 4047/UAS 5174 

EBB TIDE — Earl Grant — Decca DL/DL 74165 

BLUE MIDNIGHT — Bert Kaempfert — Decca DL/DL 74569 

SOUNDS LIKE — Herb Alpert— Tijuana Brass — A&M LP 124/SP 4124 

SERGIO MENDES & BRASIL ’66 — A&M LP 116/SP 4116 

SOUNDS OF SILENCE— Simon & Garfunkel — Columbia CL 2469/CS 9269 

PAUL REVERE & THE RAIDERS GREATEST HITS — Columb ; a KCL 2662/KCS 9462 

BLONDE ON BLONDE — Bob Dylan— Columbia C2L 41/C2S 841 

HIGHWAY 61 — Bob Dyl n — Columbia CL 2389/CS 9189 

BRINGING IT ALL BACK HOME— Bob Dylan — Columbia CL 2328/CS 9128 

THE DOORS— Elektra EK 4007/EKS 74007 

2ND VAULT OF GOLDEN HITS — Four Seasons— Philips PHM 200-221/PHS 
600-221 

ODE TO BILLIE JOE— Bobby Gentry — Capitol T/ST 2830 
TONY BENNETT’S GREATEST HITS VOLUME III — Columb a CL 2372/CS 9173 
PISCES, AQUARIUS, CAPRICORN AND JONES LTD.— Monkees — Colgems COM/ 
COS 104 

SINATRA AT THE SANDS — Frank Sinatra — Reprise 2F/2FS 1019 
THEN ALONG CAME THE ASSOCIATION — Warner Bros. 1702 
THEIR SATANIS MAJESTY’S REOUSST — Rollin'-- Stones — London NP/NPS 2 
RELEASE ME— Engelbert Humperdinck — Parrot PA 61012/PAS 71012 

1966 

SUMMER DAYS — Beach Boys — Capitol T/ST-2354 
GOLDEN HITS— Roger M : ller — Smash 27073/67073 
BALLADS OF THE GREEN BERETS— S/Sgt Barry Sadler— RCA Victor LPM- 
3547/LSP-3547 

ROY ORBISON’S GREATEST HITS — Monument — 8000/18000 
LIVING LANGUAGE SPANISH— Young People’s — 

LIVING LANGUAGE FRENCH — Young People’s — 

COLOR ME BARBRA— Barbra Streisand — Columbia CL 2478/CS 9278 
I’M THE ONE WHO LOVES YOU— Dean Martin— Reprise — 6170/S-6170 
BIG HITS (HIGH TIDE & GREEN GRASS) — The Roll ng Stones— London IP-1 
OLIVER— Original C : ■ ~ f CA Victor LQCD/LSOD-2004 
SOUTH OF THE BC Herb Alpert's Tijuana Brass — A&M LP/SP-108 

THE LONELY BULL — H L Aioert’s Tijuana Brass— A&M LP/SP-101 
WHAT NOW MY LOVE— He rb Alpert’s Tijuana Brass — A&M LP-114/SP-4114 
HERB ALPERT’S TIJUANA BRASS, VOL. 2— A&M LP/SP-103 


MY WORLD — Eddy Arnold — RCA Victor LPM/LSP-3466 
SOUTH PACIFIC — Original C st — Columbia OL-4180/OS-2040 
IF YOU CAN BELIEVE YOUR EYES AND EARS — Mamas & Papas — Dunhill D/DS 
50006 

YESTERDAY & TODAY— Beatles — Capitol T/ST 2553 

THE BEST OF HM REEVES— RCA Victor LPM/LSP 2890 

THE BEST OF THE ANIMALS — MGM E/SE 4324 

DANG ME — Roger Miller— Smash MPS 27049/FRS 67049 

GOLD VAULT OF HITS — Four Seasons — Phil ps PHM 200-196/PHS 600-196 

AFTERMATH— Rolling Stones — London LL 3476/PS 4776 

DR. ZHIVAGO — Soundtrack— MGM E/SE 6 ST 


THINK ETHNIC— Smothers Bros.— Mercury MG 20777/SR 60777 
STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT — Frank Sinatra — Reprise F/FS 1017 
REVOLVER — Beatles — Capitol T/TS 2576 

THE DAVE CLARK FIVE’S GREATEST HITS — Epic LN 24185/BN 26185 

SOMEWHERE MY LOVE— Ray Conniff Singers — Columbia CL 2519/CS 9319 

THE SHADOW OF YOUR SMILE— Andy Williams — Columbia CL 2499/CS 9299 

THE BEST OF AL HIRT— RCA Victor LPM/LSP 3309 

I STARTED OUT AS A CHILD — Bill Cosby — Warner Bros. W/WS 1567 

WONDERFULNESS — Bill Cosby — Warner Bros. W/WS 1634 

WHY IS THERE AIR — Bill Cosby — Warner Bros. W/WS 1606 

BILL COSBY IS A VERY FUNNY FELLOW. RIGHT! — Warner Bros. W/WS 1518 

JEANETTE MAC DONALD & NELSON EDDY FAVORITES— RCA LPM/LSP 1738 

PERRY COMO SINGS MERRY CHRISTMAS MUSIC— Camden CAL/CAS 600 

THE MONKEES — Colgems COM/SOC 101 

ELVIS PRESLEY — RCA Victor LPM/LSP 1254 

ELVIS’ GOLD RECORDS, VOL. 2 — RCA Victor — LPM/LSP 2075 

ELVIS’ GOLD RECORDS, VOL. 3 — RCA Victor — LPM/LSP 2765 

JOAN BAEZ, VOL. 2 — Vanguard — VRS 9094/VSD 2097 

JOAN BAEZ — Vanguard — VRS 9078/ USD 2077 

JOAN BAEZ IN CONCERT — Vanguard — VRS 9112/VSD 2122 

SOUL AND INSPIRATION — Righteous Brothers — Verve V/V-6 5001 

MAMAS AND PAPAS— Dunhill D/S 50010 

THE MONKEES — Colgems — Com/Cos 101 

MY NAME IS BARBRA, TWO — Barbra Streisand — Columbia CL-2409/CS-9209 
THE BEST OF HERMAN’S HERMITS — MGM 4315/4315 
DECEMBER’S CHILDREN — The Rolling Stones — London 3451/451 
SEPTEMBER OF MY YEARS — Frank Sinatra — Reprise 1014/S-1016 
A MAN & HIS MUSIC — Frank Sinatra — Reprise 1016/S-1016 


1965 

GLAD ALL OVER— Dave Clark Five — Epic LN-24093/BN-26093 
PETER, PAUL & MARY IN CONCERT— Warner Bros. 1555/S-1555 
EVERYBODY LOVES SOMEBODY — Dean Martin — Reprise R-6130/RS-6130 
WONDERLAND OF GOLDEN HITS — Andre Kostelanetz — Col CL-2039/CS-8839 
BARBRA STREISAND/THE THIRD ALBUM — Columb a CL 2154/CS-8954 
RING OF FIRE— Johnny Cash — Columbia CL-2053/CS-8853 
BEACH BOYS IN CONCERT — Capitol TAO-2198/STAO-2198 
ALL SUMMER LONG — Beach Boys— Capitol T-2110/St-2110 
SUGAR LIPS — Al Hirt— RCA Victor LPM-2965/LPS-2965 
PEOPLE— Barbra Streisand— Columbia CL-2215/CS-9015 
THE SOUND OF MUSIC — Soundtr ck— RCA Victor LOCD-2005/LSOD-2005 
TRINI LOPEZ AT P.J.’S— Reprise R-6093/RS-6093 
GETZ/GILBERTO— Stan Getz— MGM/Verve 8545/68545 
BEATLES VI — Capitol T-2358/ST-2358 
DEAR HEART— Andy Williams — Columbia CL 2338/CS 9138 
HELP!— The Beatles — Capitol MAS-2386/SMHS-2386 
INTRODUCING HERMAN’S HERMITS— MGM 4282/S 4282 
HERMAN’S HERMITS ON TOUR— MGM 4295/S-4295 
MORE ENCORE OF GOLDEN HITS — The Platters— Mercury 20591/60252 
RETURN OF ROGER MILLER— Smash 27061/67061 

GREAT SONGS FROM MY FAIR LADY — Andy Williams — Col CL-2205/CS-9005 

GUNFIRE BALLADS & TRAIL SONGS — Marty Robbins— Col CL-1349/CS-8158 

LOOK AT US — Sonny & Cher — Atco 177 

THE BEACH BOYS TODAY — Capitol T-2269/ST-2269 

THE PINK PANTHER — Henry Mancini — RCA Victor LPM 2795/LSP-2795 

OUT OF OUR HEADS — The Rolling Stones — London 3429/429 

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF — Original Cast — RCA Victor LOC - 1 093 /LSO- 1093 

SURFER GIRL — The Beach Boys — Capitol 1981/ST-1981 

SURFIN’ USA— The Beach Boys — Capitol T-1890/ST-1890 

SINATRA’S SINATRA— Frank Sinatra — Reprise 1010/9-1010 

WELCOME TO THE LBJ RANCH— Capitol W-2423/WS 2423 

MY NAME IS BARBRA — Barbra Streisand — Columbia CL-2336/CS-9136 

THE DOOR IS STILL OPEN TO MY HEART — Dean Martin — Reprise 6140 

GOING PLACES— Herb Alpert’s Tijuana Brass— A&M LP-112/SP-41 J2 

WHIPPED CREAM — Herb Alpert’s Tijuana Brass— A&M LP/SP-110 

KUBtstR SOUL — The Beatles — Capitol T-2442/ST-2442 


1964 

MY FAIR LADY — Original Cast — Columbia OL 5090/OS 2015 

JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY— A MEMORIAL ALBUM — Premier CXF 402099 

CAROUSEL— Film Soundtrack— Capitol W 694/SW 694 

THE KING AND I — Film Soundtrack— Capitol— W 74/SW 740 

RAMBLIN’ ROSE — Nat “King” Cole — Capitol T 1793/ST 1793 

MEET THE BEATLES — The Beatles — Capitol T-2047/ST-2047 

HONEY IN THE HORN — Al Hirt— RCA Victor LPM 2733/LSD 2733 

THE BEATLES’ SECOND ALBUM — The Betles — Capitol T 2080/ST 2080 

THE SECOND BARBRA STREISAND ALBUM — Columbia CL 2045/CS 8854 

HELLO, DOLLY!— Original Cast— RCA Victor LCO 1087 /LSO 1087 

HELLO, DO 1 LY! — Louis Armstrong — Kapp 1364/3364 

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF ANDY WILLIAMS — Columbia CL-2137/CS-8937 

CHRISTMAS HYMNS & CAROLS— Robert Shaw— RCA LM-2139/LSC-2139 

VICTORY AT SEA, Vol. 1 — Robert Russell Bennett — RCA LM-2335/LSC-2335 

SOMETHING NEW— The Beatles— Capitol T-2108/ST-2108 

THE BEST OF THE KINGSTON TRIO — Capitol T-1705, 2280/ST-1705, 2280 

UNFORGETTABLE— Nat King Cole— Capitol T357/DT-357 

RAMBLIN’— New Christy Minstrels — Columbia CL-2055/CS-8855 

THE BARBRA STREISAND ALBUM — Columbia CL-2007/CS-8807 

FUNNY GIRL— Original Cast— Capitol VAS-2059/SVAS-2059 

JOHNNY HORTON’S GREATEST HITS— Columbia CL-1596/CS 8396 

COTTON CANDY— Al Hirt— RCA Victor LPM 2917/LSP-2917 

THE ANDY WILLIAMS CHRISTMAS ALBUM — Columbia CL-2087/CS 8887 

CALL ME IRRESPONSIBLE— Andy Williams— Columb a CL-2171 /CS8971 

MY FAIR LADY— Soundtrack— Columbia KOL 8000/KOS-2600 

BEATLES ’65 — Capitol T-2228/ST-2228 

THE BEATLES STORY— Capitol TBO-2222/STBO-2222 

MARY POPPINS — Soundtrack— Vista 4026/S-4026 


(Cont’d on next page) 


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Monument 1969 
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Stoloff, Morris 

Pink Shoelaces 

Crystallette 1958 


Moonglovv & Picnic Theme 

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! Hear You Knockin' 

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Bell 1973 

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"You’ve Got A Friend 

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"Who's Making Love 

Stax 1968 

Teddy Bears 

To Know Him It To Love Him 

Dore 1958 

Tex, Joe 

"Skinny Legs & All 

Dial 1968 

Three Dog Night 

"One 

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"Mama Told Me (Not To Come) 

Dunhill 1970 


"Joy To The World 

Dunhill 1971 


"An Old Fashioned Love Song 

Dunhill 1972 

Thomas, B. J. 

"Hooked On A Feeling 

Scepter 1969 

Todd, Art & Dotty 

Chanson D’Amour 

Era 1957 

Tokens 

"The Lion Sleeps Tonight 

Victor 1961 

Toys 

"A Lover’s Concerto 

Dynavoice 1965 

Tucker, Orrin 

Oh, Johnny 

Columbia 1939 

Turner, Ike & Tina 

"Proud Mary 

Liberty 1971 

Turtles 

"Happy Togther 

White Whale 1967 

Twitty, Conway 

It’s Only Make Believe 

MGM 1958 


Lonely Blue Boy 

MGM 1960 

Union Gap 

"Woman, Woman 

Columbia 1968 


"Young Girl 

Columbia 1968 


"Lady Willpower 

Columbia 1968 


"Over You 

Columbia 1969 

Valens, Ritchie 

Donna 

Del-Fi 1959 

Valli, Frankie 

"Can’t Take My Eyes Off You 

Philips 1967 

Vanity Fair 

"Hitchin’ A Ride 

Page One 1970 

Vaughn, Billy 

Melody Of Love 

Dot 1956 


Sail Along Silv'ry Moon 

Dot 1957 

Vaughn, Sarah 

Broken Hearted Melody 

Mercury 1959 

Vee, Bobby 

Take Good Care Of My Baby 

Liberty 1961 


"Come Back When You Grow Up 

Liberty 1967 

Vinton, Bobby 

"Roses Are Red 

Epic 1962 


"1 Love How You Love Me 

Epic 1969 

Vogues 

"Turn Around, Look At Me 

Reprise 1968 

Wallace, Jerry 

Primrose Lane 

Challenge 1960 


"The World Is A Ghetto 

United Artists 1973 

War 

"Slippin' Into Darkness 

Un. Artists 1972 


"Cisco Kid 

United Artists 1973 

Ward, Billy 

Stardust 

Liberty 1957 

Waring, Fred 

'Twas The Night Before Christmas 

Decca 1942 

Warwick, Dionne 

*1 Say A Little Prayer 

Scepter 1968 

Washington, Dinah & 
Benton, Brook 

Baby (You Got What It Takes) 

Mercury 1960 

Weavers, The 

On Top Of Old Smoky 

Decca 1951 

Weber, Joan 

Let Me Go Lover 

Columbia 1954 

Weissberg, Eric 

"Dueling Banjos 

Warner Bros. 1973 

Weems, Ted 

Heartaches 

Decca 1950 

Welk, Lawrence 

"Calcutta 

Dot 1961 

Whiteman, Paul 

Whispering 

Victor 1920 


Three O’Clock In The Morning 

Victor 1922 

Whitfield, David 

Cara Mia 

London 1956 

Whiting, Maggie 

The Tree in The Meadow 

Capitol 1948 

with Jimmy Wakeiy 

Slipping Around 

Capitol 1949 

Whitman, Slim 

Indian Love Call 

Imperial 1951 


Secret Love 

Imperial 1953 


Rose Marie 

Imperial 1954 

Williams, Billy 

I’m Gonna Sit Right Down 

Coral 1957 

Williams, Roger 

Autumn Leaves 

Kapp 1955 

Williams, Tex 

Smoke, Smoke, Smoke 

Capitol 1949 

Willis, Chuck 

What Am I Living For 

Atlantic 1958 

Wilson, Jackie 

Night/Dogging Around 

Brunswick 1960 

Winterhalter, Hugo 

Canadian Sunset 

Victor 1956 

Withers, Bill 

"Ain’t No Sunshine 

Sussex 1971 


"Lean On Me 

Sussex 1972 

Wooley, Sheb 

Purple People Eater 

MGM 1958 

Womack, Bobby & 
Peace 

"Harry Hippie 

United Artists 1973 

Youngbloods 

"Get Together 

RCA 1969 

Young Holt 
Unlimited 

"Soulful Strut 

Brunswick 1969 

Zager & Evans 

"In The Year 2525 

RCA 1969 

Led Zeppelin 

"Whole Lotta Love 

Atlantic 1970 

Zombies 

"Time Of The Season 

Date 1969 


1963 

WEST SIDE STORY — Original Soundtrack — Columbia OL-5670/OS-2070 
GLORIOUS SOUND OF CHRISTMAS — Eugene Ormandy — Philadelphia Orchestra — 
Columbia ML-5769/MS-6369 

1812 OVERTURE-TCHAIKOVSKY — Antal Dorati and The Minneapolis Symphony — 
Mercury— MG-50054/SR-90054 
BEIAFONTE — Harry Belafonte — RCA Victor LPM-1150 
JUMP-UP-CALYPSO — Harry Belafonte — RCA Victor LPM-2388/LSP-2388 
MOVIN' — Peter, Paul & Mary — Warner W/WS 1473 
EXODUS — Mantovani — London LL-3231/PS-224 

DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES — Andy Williams — Columbia CL-2015/CS-8815 
MOON RIVER & OTHER GREAT MOVIE THEMES — Andy Williams— Columbia CL 
1809/CS 8609 

HANDEL’S MESSIAH — Eugene Ormandy & Philadelphia Orch. — Columbia M2L 
263 /M2S 607 

1963 

CHRISTMAS WITH CONNIFF— Ray Conniff — Columbia CL 1390/CS 8185 
THE LORD’S PRAYER— Morman Tabernacle Choir — Columbia ML 5386/MS 6068 
PORGY AND BESS — Original Sound Track— Columbia OL 5410/OS 2016 
FOLK SONG SING ALONG— Mitch Miller— Columbia CL 1316/CS 8118 
IN THE WIND— Peter, Paul & Mary— Warner Bros. WB 1507/WS 1507 
SINGING NUN— Soeur Sourire— Philips PCC 203/PCC 603 
EXODUS— Original Soundtrack— RCA Victor LOL-1058/LSO-1058 
CALYPSO— Harry Belafonte — RCA Victor LPM-1248/LSP 1248 
G.l BLUES— Elvis Presley— RCA Victor LPM 2256/ LSP-2256 
SEASON’S GREETINGS FROM PERRY COMO— Perry Como — RCA Victor LPM- 
2066/LSP-2066 

VIVA— Percy Faith — Columbia CL-1075/CS-8038 
THE MUSIC MAN— Soundtrack— Warner Bros. B-1459/BS-1459 
TIME OUT— Dave Brubeck Quartet— Columbia CL-1397/CS-8192 
I LEFT MY HEART IN SAN FRANCISCO — Tony Bennett — Columbia CL-1869/ 
CS 8669 

ELVIS’ CHRISTMAS ALBUM— Elvis Presley— RCA Victor LOC-1035/LPH-1951 
GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS— Elvis Presley— RCA Victor LPM-2621/LSP-2621 
BELAFONTE RETURNS TO CARNEGIE HALL — Harry Belafonte — RCA Victor LOC- 
6007/LSO 6007 


1962 

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S — Henry Mancini— RCA 

PARTY SING ALONG WITH MITCH— Mitch Miller— Columbia CL-1331/LS-8138 

MORE JOHNNY’S GREATEST HITS— Johnny Mathis — Columbia CL-1344/LS-8150 

WEST SIDE STORY— Original Cast— Columbia LO-5230/OS-2001 

CAMELOT— Original Cast— Columbia KOL-5520/KOS-2Q31 

FLOWER DRUM SONG — Original Cast — Columbia — OL-5350 /OS 2009 

THEME FROM A SUMMER PLACE— Billy Vaughn— Dot 3276/25276 

BLUE HAWAII— Billy Vaughn— Dot 3165/25165 

SAIL ALONG SILVERY MOON— Billy Vaughn— Dot 3100/25100 

BOB NEWHART BUTTON DOWN MIND — Bob Newhart— Warner Bros. W-1379/ 

WS 1379 

SATURDAY NIGHT SING ALONG WITH MITCH— Mitch Miller — Columbia CI-1414/ 
CS-8211 

MEMORIES SING ALONG WITH MITCH— Mitch Miller — Columbia CL-1542/LS- 
8342 

SENTIMENTAL SING ALONG WITH MITCH— Mitch Miller— Columbia CL-1457/ 
LS-8251 

STAR CAROL— Ernie Ford — Capitol T-1071/ST-1071 
NEARER THE CROSS— Ernie Ford — Capitol T-1005/ST-1005 
FRANK SINATRA SINGS FOR ONLY THE LONELY— Frank Sinatra— Capitol W- 
1053 

NICE ’N’ EASY— Frank Sinatra— Capitol W-1417 

SONGS FOR SWINGIN' LOVERS— Frank Sinatra — Capitol W-653 

STRING ALONG— Kingston Trio — Capitol T-1407 

MUSIC, MARTINIS AND MEMORIES — Jackie Gleason— Capitol W-509 

MUSIC FOR LOVERS ONLY— Jackie Gleason— Capitol W-352 

JUDY AT CARNEGIE HALL— Judy Garland — Capitol WBO-1568 

HAP D Y TIMES SING ALONG— Mitch Miller— Columb a CL-1568/CS-8368 

MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS— Ray Conniff— Columbia CL-1574/CS-8374 

CONCERT IN RHYTHM— Ray Conniff — Columbia CL-1720/CS-8374 

CONCERT IN RHYTHM— Ray Conniff — Columbia CL-1720/CS-8520 

FAITHFULLY— Johnny Mathis— Columbia CL-1422/CS-8219 

SWING SOFTLY— Johnny Mathis — Columb a CL-1165/CS-8023 

OPEN FIRE, TWO GUITARS — Johnny Mathis— Columb a CI-1270/CS-8056 

PETER, PAUL AND MARY— Peter, Paul and Mary— Warner Bros. W- 1 449 /WS- 1449 

MY SON THE FOLK SINGER— All n Sherman— Warner Bros. W-1475/WS-1475 

THE FIRST FAMILY — Vaughn Meader— Cadence CLP-3060 _ 


1961 

CALCUTTA— Lawrence Welk— Dot DLP-3359/ST-25359 

COME DANCE WITH ME— Frank Sinatra — Capitol W-1069/WS-1069 

SOLD OUT— Kingston Trio — Capitol T-1352/ST-6352 

GLENN MILLER STORY— Glenn Miller Orchestra— RCA Victor LPM-1192 

CHRISTMAS CAROLS— Mantovani — London LL-913/PS-142 

THEATRE LAND — Mantovani— London LL1219/PS 125 

FILM ENCORES VOL. 1— Mantovani— London LL-1700/PS-124 

GEMS FOREVER— Mantovani— London LL-3032/PS-106 

STRAUSS WALTZES — Mantovani— London LL-685/PS-118 

SPIRITUALS — Ernie Ford— Capitol T-818 

ELVIS’ GOLDEN RECORDS— Elvis Presley— RCA Victor LPM-1707 
BELAFONTE AT CARNEGIE HALL— Harry Belafonte— RCA Victor LOC-6OO6/LSO- 
6006 

TCHAIKOVSKY CONCERTO— Van Cliburn— RCA Victor LM-2252/LSC-2252 
ENCORE GOLDEN HITS — The Platters— Mercury MG-20472/SR-60243 
BLUE HAWAII— Elvis Presley— RCA Victor LPM-2426/LSP-2426 
HOLIDAY SING ALONG WITH MITCH — Mitch Miller— Columbia CL-1701/LS-8501 


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What is there about a mixture of notes 
scribbled on a five line staff 
that can make man smile, laugh, cry? 

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and joy in peace? 

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Three Dog Night — -Dunhill — 
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Rolling Stones — Rolling 

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Donavan — Epic — 10983 
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65 W. 55, NYC 10019 

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6920 Sunset Blvd. 

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Almo— ASCAP 
1416 N. La Brea 
Hollywood, Ca. 

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B. J. Thomas — Scepter 12354 
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Rita Coolidge — A&M — 1398 
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Carpenters — A&M — 1446 
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Dobie Grey — Decca — 33057 
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1313 Ave. of Amer., NYC 

► Circles (4:45) 

New Seekers— Elektra 787 
WRITER: H. Chapin 

► Slip ’N Slide (3:47) 

Rufus — ABC — 11356 
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Anne-Rachel — ASCAP 
c/o U.A. 

6920 Sunset Blvd., LA 
90028 

► Do Ya (4:03) 

Move— U.A.— 50928 
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Antique — ASCAP 
c/o MCA 

445 Park Ave., NYC 

► Pieces Of April (4:09) 

Three Dog Night — Dunhill — 

4331 

WRITER: D. Loggins 

Antisia — ASCAP 
c/o Atlantic 
1841 B’way, NYC 

► Where Is The Love (2:43) 
Roberta Flack & Danny 

Hathaway — -Atlantic 2879 
WRITERS: Ralph MacDon- 
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Apple — ASCAP 
1700 B’way NYC 

► That’s The Way God Plan- 
ned It (3:22) 

Billy Preston — Apple 1808 
WRITER: Billy Preston 


April— ASCAP 
c/o Columbia 
51 W. 52 Si, NYC 

► Avenging Annie (4:58) 
Andy Pratt — Columbia — 
45804 

WRITER: A. Pratt 


Arc — BMI 
c/o U.A. 

6464 Sunset Blvd., LA 

► Roll Over Beethoven (4:51) 
Electric Light Orch. — United 
Artists— XW-173W 
WRITER: Chuck Berry 


Arch— ASCAP 

c/o A. Schroeder Int’l. 

25 W. 56 St., NYC 

► Angel (4:04) 

Rod Stewart — Mercury — 
73344 

WRITER: Jim Hendricks 


Assorted — BMI 
250 S. Broad, Phila. 

► 922 Arguments (2:27) 
O’Jays— Phila. Int’l— 3522 
WRITERS: Gamble-Huff 

► Back Stabbers (3:23) 

O’Javs — Phila. Int’l — 3517 
WRITERS: L. Huff/G. Mc- 

Fadden/J. Whitehead 

► Love Train (2:59) 

O’Jays — Phila. Int’l — 3524 — 
(Dist: Columbia) 
WRITERS: K. Gamble & L. 
Huff 

► Time To Get Down (2:53) 
O’Jays — Phila. Int’l — 3531 
WRITERS: K. Gamble, L. 

Huff 

► If You Don’t Know Me By 

Now (3:27) 

Harold Melvin & The Blue 
Notes-Phila. Int’l — 3520 
(Dist: Epic) 

WRITERS: Gamble-Huff 

► I Miss You (3: 16) 

Harold Melvin & Blue Notes 
— Phila. Int’l. 3516 Dist. 
by Epic 

WRITERS: Kenny Gamble 
& Leon Huff 

► One Night Affair (2:54) 
Jerry Butler — Mercury-362 
WRITERS: Gamble & Huf 

► Slow Motion (2:57) 

Johnny Williams — Phila. 

Int’l — 3518 (Dist: Colum- 
bia) 

WRITERS: K. Gamble, L. 
Huff 


Audiogram — BMI 
c/o Shelter 

5112 Hollywood Blvd., 
LA 

► Lies (2:54) 

J. J. Cale— Shelter— 7326 
(Dist: Capitol) 

WRITER: J. J. Cale 

B 

Barn Publ. Ltd. 

1700 B’way, NYC 10019 

► Gudbuy T’Jane (3:30) 
Slade— Polydor— 15060 
WRITER: Holder & Lea 


Beechwood Music — BMI 
1750 N. Vine St., 
Hollywood, Calif. 

► In Heaven There Is No Beer 
(2:26) 

Clean Living — Vanguard — 
35162 

WRITERS: Ralph Siegel- 
Ernst Neubach 


BellBoy Music — BMI 
4905 Pnrkside Ave., 
Phila., Pa. 

► How Could I Let You Get 

Away (3:46) 

Spinners — Atlantic 2904 
WRITER: Yvette Davis 

► Break Up To Make Up 

(4:00) 

Stylistics — Avco — 461 1 
WRITERS: T. Bell, L. 

Creed, K. Gamble 

► Could It Be I’m Falling In 

Love (4:13) 

Spinners — -Atlantic — 2927 
WRITERS: Mystro & Lyric 

► I’ll Be Around (3:10) 
Spirmers — Atlantic 2904 
WRITERS: Thom Bell & 

Phil Hurtt 

► I’m Stone In Love With You 

(3:12) 

Stylistics — Avco — 4603 
WRITERS: Thom Bell, 
Linda Creed & Anthony 
Bell 


Big Elk— ASCAP 
c/o Columbia 
51 W. 52nd, NYC 

► Saturday In The Park (3:56) 
Chicago— Columbia 45657 
WRITER: R. Lamm 

► Dialogue (Part I & 2) 

(4:53) 

Chicago — Columbia — 45717 
WRITER: R. Lamm 


Big 7 Music Corp. — BMI 

c/o Roulette 

17 W. 60th St., NYC 

► Boo Boo Don’t ’Cha Be Blue 
(3:32) 

Tommy James — Roulette — 
7140 

WRITERS: T. James & B. 
King 


Black & White Music & 
Musical Friends— 
CAPAC 

c/o Copyright Svc. Bur. 
221 W. 57th, NYC 10019 

► Gypsy (3:04) 

Abraham’s Children — Buddah 
—340 

WRITER: Paul Gross 


Black Bow Music/Stein & 
Van Stock— ASCAP 
c/o Scepter 
254 W. 54th St., NYC 

► Happier Than The Morning 
Sun (3:22) 

B. J. Thomas — Scepter 12364 
WRITER: Stevie Wonder 


Blackwood Music/ 
Addrissi Music/Lou 
Coccia — BMI 
1650 B’way, NYC 

► One Last Time (3:14) 

Glen Campbell— Capitol — 

3483 

WRITER: D. Addrissi & D. 
Addrissi 

► One Man Band (Plays All 

Alone) (3:29) 

Ronnie Dyson — Columbia — 
45776 

WRITERS: L. Creed, T. Bell 

► There’s No Me Without You 
The Manhattans — Columbia 

-4-45838 

WRITER: E. Bivins 
► One Last Time (3:14) 

Glen Campbell — Capitol — 
3483 

WRITERS: D. Addrisi & D. 
Addrisi 

► Remember (3:56) 

Harry Nilsson — RCA — 

74-0855 

WRITER: Nilsson 

► Spaceman (3:30) 

Nilsson— RCA 0788 
WRITER: Nilsson 

► I Can Feel You (2:57) 
Addrissi Bros. — Columbia 

45610 

WRITERS: D. Addrissi & 

D. Addrissi 


Blending Well 

8255 Beverly Blvd., LA 

► You Don’t Mess Around 
With Jim (3:00) 

Jim Croce — ABC 11328 
WRITER: Jim Croce 



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ORGANIZATION GIVE YOU: 

1. World- wide representation 
and promotion 

2. Outstanding incentive 
program 

3. Personalized attention 

SESAC DOES! 

You owe it to yourself to 
investigate the potential 
of a SESAC affiliation. 

In New York, 

call Sal Candilora at 

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CURRENT SONGS 

SHE’S ALL WOMAN— DAVID HOUSTON 
TOO FAR GONE— JOE STAMPLEY 
IT’S A MAN’S WORLD— DIANA TRASK 
KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS— TAMMY WYNETTE 


TITLE 

YEAR 

TITLE 

YEAR 

THE NITTY GRITTY 

1963 

STAND BY YOUR MAN (POP) 

1969 

SHE’S NOT THERE 

1964 

HAVE A LITTLE FAITH 

1969 

THE HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN 

1964 

WHAT’S MADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUS 

1969 

OLD RECORDS 

1964 

STAND BY YOUR MAN 

1969 

MOUNTAIN OF LOVE 

1964 

BABY, BABY 

1970 

THE CLAPPING SONG 

1965 

(1 Know You're A Lady) 


TELL HER NO 

1965 

STAND BY YOUR MAN 

1970 

THE NAME GAME 

1965 

I’LL SEE HIM THROUGH 

1970 

TIGER WOMAN 

1965 

THE WAYS TO LOVE A MAN (POP) 

1970 

LIVING IN A HOUSE FULL OF LOVE 

1966 

SINGING MY SONG 

1970 

ALMOST PERSUADED 

1966 

MY WOMAN’S GOOD TO ME 

1970 

HERE COMES MY BABY 

1967 

I’M DOWN TO MY LAST 1 LOVE YOU 

1970 

LAURA 

1967 

THE WAYS TO LOVE A MAN 

1970 

(What’s He Got That I Ain’t Got) 


SINGING MY SONG 

1971 

ALMOST PERSUADED (POP) 

1967 

STAND BY YOUR MAN 

1971 

LOSER’S CATHEDRAL 

1967 

STAY THERE TILL 1 GET THERE 

1971 

ALMOST PERSUADED 

1967 

1 DO MY SWINGING AT HOME 

1971 

(Most Performed Song of the Year) 


HE LOVES ME ALL THE WAY 

1971 

1 DON’T WANNA PLAY HOUSE 

1968 

A WOMAN ALWAYS KNOWS 

1971 

YOUR GOOD GIRL’S GONNA GO BAD 

1968 

RUN, WOMAN, RUN 

1971 

YOU MEAN THE WORLD TO ME 

1968 

YOU'RE MY MAN 

1971 

HAVE A LITTLE FAITH 

1968 

FOR ALL WE KNOW 

1971 

1 LOVE YOU 

1968 

FUNNY FACE (PRIMADONNA) 

1972 

TAKE TIME TO KNOW HER 

1968 

HAPPIEST GIRL IN THE WHOLE U.S.A. 


LAURA 

1968 

(PRIMADONNA) 

1972 

(What’s He Got That 1 Ain’t Got) 


MY MAN 

1972 

ALMOST PERSUADED 

1968 

THERE’S A PARTY GOIN’ ON 

1972 

MENTAL JOURNEY 

1969 

HOLD YOUR HEAD UP 

1972 

TAKE TIME TO KNOW HER 

1969 

FOR ALL WE KNOW 

1972 

TIME OF THE SEASONS 

1969 




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► Song Man (3:27) 

Cashman & West — Dunhiil — 

4333 

WRITERS : Steve Cashman 
& T. West 

► Operator (3:45) 

Jim Croce — ABC — 11335 
WRITER: lira Croce 
e* One Less Set Of Footsteps 
(2:46) 

Jim Croce — ABC — -11346 
WRITER: Jim Croce 


Blue Book Music — ■ BMI 
1225 N. Chester Are. 


Bakersfield, Calif. 93308 
► Today I Started Loving You 
Again (2:45) 

Bettye Swann — Atlantic — 
2921 


WRITERS: Merle Haggard 
& Bonnie Owens 


Bojo Music— - aSCAF 

•►Cook With Honey (3:29) 

J u dy Colins — Eiektra — 45 831 
WRITER: Valerie Carter 

Bramsdene Music Corp.— 

BMI 

51 W. 52a«l Si., NYC 
► Magic Woman Touch (3:17) 
Hollies — Epic — 1095 1 
WRITERS: R. Garth-Watt- 
C. H. Jennings 


Brent Music — BMI 
1700 B’way, NYC 
► Down On Me (2:19) 
Jams Joplin — Col. 45630 
WRITER: Janis Joplin 
WRITER: A. Tilman 


Bridgeport Music— BMI 
1301 6th Ave., NYC 

► Got Pleasure (2:45) 

Ohio Players — Westbound 

204 

Dist by Janus 
WRITERS: Ohio Players 

► Feel The Need In Me (3:21) 
Detroit Emeralds — West- 
bound — W209 (Dist: 
Chess/Janus) 

WRITER: A. Tilmon 

► Crazy Legs (2:27) 

Donald Austin — Eastbound — 

603 (Dist: Janus) 
WRITERS: W. Wilson & 
D. R. Austin 

► Funky Worm (2:41) 

Ohio Players — Westbound — 

214 (Dist: Janus) 
WRITERS: Ohio Players 


i Brittany Music. Inc , —BMI 
i 241 W. 72nd, NYC 

| ► Husabye (2:55) 

I Robert John — Atlantic 2884 
WRITERS: Doc Posmus & 

I Mort Shuman 


Brother Publ. Co.— BMI 
1654 N. Ivar, Hollywood 
90028 

►-Sail On Sailor (3:15) 

Beach Boys — Brother/Reprise 
—1138 

WRITERS: Lyrics — Jack 
Rieley & Ray Kennedy; 
Music — Tandyn Aimer/ 
Van Dyke Parks & Brian 
Wilson 


Browns Mill— ASCAP 
► Life & Breath (3:15) 
Climax — Rocky Road 081 
WRITER: G. Clinton 


Buckhora Music PubMshers 
Inc.— BMI 

c/o Moss Hose Publ. Inc. 
P.0. Box 46 
Nashville, Teen. 37202 

► I’ve Got To Have You 
(3:11) 

Sammi Smith — Mega 0079 
WRITER: Kris Kristofferson 


Buddah Music/Minuet — 
ASCAP 
c/o Buddah 

► I’m Coming Home (2:37) 
Stories — Kama Sutra 546 
(Dist: Buddah) 
WRITERS: Brown/Lloyd 


Buggerlugs Music Corp. — 
BMI 

c/o Mitchell, Silberberg & 
Knapp 

1800 Century Park East 
LA, Calif. 90067 

► I Am Woman (3:04) 

Helen Reddy — Capitol 3350 
WRITERS: H. Reddy & R. 
Burton 


Caladonia Soul Music (div. 
of Caladonia Pdtn’s, 
Inc.)— ASCAP & WB 
Music Corp. 

► Jackie Wilson Said (2:56) 
Van Morrison — WB 7616 
WRITER: Van Morrison 

► Gypsy (3:10) 

Van Morrison — Warner Bros. 
—7665 

WRITER: Van Morrison 


C.A.M.-USA, Inc.— BMI 
37® Lexington Ave. 

NYC 10017 

► In Time (3:13) 

Engiebert Humperdinck — 

Parrot 40071 (Dist: 
London) 

WRITERS: Backy, Mariano 
- — English Lyrics, Newell & 
King 

► Let’s Pretend (2:51) 
Raspberies — Capitol — 3546 
WRITER: E. Carmen 

► Go All the Way (3:10) 
Raspberries — Capitol 13348 
WRITER: Eric Carmen 

► I Wanna Be With You 

(2:59) 

Raspberries — Capitol — 3473 
WRITER: E. Carmen 

► Sunny Days (3:38) 
Lighthouse — Evolution — 

1069 

WRITER: Skip Prokop 

Camad Music — BMI 
5915 N. Lincoln Ave. 
Chicago 60645 

► Give Me Your Love (2:59) 
Barbara Mason — Budah — 331 
WRITER: Curtis Mayfield 


Canopy Music, Inc. — 
ASCAP 

11661 San Vicente Blvd. 
LA, Calif. 90049 

► Song Seller (3:33) 

Raiders — Columbia — 45688 
WRITER: J. Webb 


Casserole Music — BMI 
135 Central Pk. 

W. Suite 2N 
NYv, *0023 
► Bell Bottom Blues (5:01) 
Eric Clapton — Polydor — 
15056 

WRITER: Eric Clapton 


We've Moved ! 

TARA 

International, Inc. 

New Address: 

1370 Avenue of the Americas 
New York, New York 10019 
Tel. #: (212) 582-6135 


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R. L. Broderick — President 

F. N. Swenson — -General Manager 


► Run to Me (3:05) 

Bee Gees — Atco 6897 
WRITERS: Barry, Robin & 
Maurice Gibb 


Cayman Music Inc. — 
ASCAP 

c/o Copyright Serv. 
Bureau Ltd. 

221 W. 57th, NYC 10019 

► Stir It Up (3:09) 

Johnny Nash— Epic — 10949 
WRITER: B. Marley 


Cedarwood/Free Breez 
Music — BMI 
815 16th Ave., S. 
Nashville 37203 

► Big City Miss Ruth Ann 
(2:34) 

Gallery — Sussex 248 (Dist. 
Buddah) 

WRITER: T. Lazoros, 


Champion Music Corp. — 
BMI 

c/o MCA Music 
445 Park Ave., NYC 

► Satin Sheets (2:58) 

Jeannie Pruitt — MCA — 40015 
WRITER: John E. Volinkaty 

Chappell & Co. — ASCAP 
609 Fifth Ave. 

NYC 10017 

► Oh Baby What Would You 

Say (3:22) 

Hurricane Smith — Capitol — 
3383 

WRITER: E. S. Smith 


Champion Music Corp. — - 
BMI 

c/o MCA 
445 Park Ave. 

NYC 10022 

► I’m Sorry (2:40) 

Joey Heatherton — MGM — - 
14434 

WRITERS: Ronny Self & 
Dub Albritton 


Charing Cross Music, Inc. 
—BMI 

c/o Michael Tannen 
9255 Sunset Blvd. 

► Kodochrome (3:24) 

Paul Simon — Columbia — 

45859 

WRITER: Paul Simon 

► Duncan (4:34) 

Paul Simon — Col. 45638 
WRITER: Paul Simon 

► America (4:06) 

Yes — Atlantic 2899 
WRITER: Paul Simon 

► For Emily Whenever I May 
Find Her (2:25) 

Simon & Garfunkel — Colum- 
bia — 45663 

WRITER: P. Simon 


Chinick Music — ASCAP 
c/o Columbia 

► Thunder & Lightning (2:56) 
Chi Coltraine— Columbia 
45640 

WRITER: C. Coltraine 


Chinnichap/Rak— ASCAP 
162 W. 56th St., NYC 

► Little Willy — The Sweet — Bel 
WRITERS: N. Chinn & M. 

Chapman 

Chrismarc Music — BMI 
c/o Cher EnL, Inc. — Irwin 
Spiegel Law Corp. 

9033 Wilshire 
Penthouse Suite 
Beverly Hills 

► Mama Was A Rock & Roll 

Singer — Papa Used To 
Write All Her Songs — 
Parts 1 & 2 (3:55) 

Sonny & Cher — MCA — 
40026 

WRITER: Sonny Bono 


Chrysalis Music, Inc. — 
ASCAP 

360 E. 65th St., Apt. 2 ID 
NYC 

► Living In The Past (3:18) 
Jethro Tull— W.B. 206 
WRITER: Ian Anderson 

Clan Music Ltd.- Very 
Little Tune, Inc. — 
ASCAP 

► Delta Queen (3:11) 

Don Fardon— Chelsea — 0115 
(Dist: RCA) 

WRITER: Terry Tassenburg 


Clockus— BMI 

c/o Marmor Music, Inc. 

P.O. Box 380 

4060 Mariner Circle 

Westlake Village 

Thousand Oaks, Calif. 

91360 

► Do You Wanna Dance 

(2:44) 

Bette Midler — Atlantic 2928 
WRITER: Bobby Freeman 

Colgems Music Corp./New 
Hidden Valley Music 
Inc. J. C, Music Co. — 
AerAP 

711 Fifth Ave., NYC 

► Living Together, Growing 

Together (3:50) 

5th Dimension — Bell— 45-310 
WRITER: Burt Bacharach— 
Hal David 

► Small Beginnings (3:10) 
Flash — Capitol 3345 
WRITERS: Banks/Carter 


Cookaway — BMI 

► One More Chance (3:09) 
Ocean — Kama Sutra 556 
(Dist: Buddah) 

WRITERS: Cook & Greena- 
way 


Cornerstone Publ. Co. — 
BMI 

729 Seventh Ave. 

NYC 10019 

► Come Softly To Me (2:15) 
New Seekers — Verve — 10698 
(Dist: MGM) 

WRITERS: Troxel/Ellis A 
Christopher 


Cotillion Music — BMI 
1841 B’way, NYC 

► Silly Wasn’t I (3:10) 

Valerie Simpson — Tamla — 

54224 F 

WRITERS: Ashford, Simp- 
son & Armstead 

► Bad, Bold and Beautiful Girl 

(4:10) 

Persuaders — Atco — 69 1 9 
WRITERS: B. Poindexter, R. 
Poindexter, J. Members, R. 
Holloman, A. Watkins A 
N. Daniels 

► Let It Rain (5:07) 

Eric Clapton — Polydor 15049 
WRITERS: Bramlett A 
Clapton 

► Peace In The Valley (3:29) 
Persuaders — Win Or Lose — 

225 (Dist: Atlantic) 
WRITERS: B. Poindexter/ 

R. Poindexter A J. Mem- 
bers 


Country Road Music/ 
Blackwood Music, Inc. 
—BMI 

1601 B’way, NYC & 1650 
B’way, NYC 

► One Man Parade (3:10) 
James Taylor — Warner Bros. 
—7682 

WRITER: James Taylor 


Cram Renraff Co. — BMI 
P.O. Box 176 
Hartland, Mich. 

► Rock’n Roll Soul (3:29) 
Grand Funk Railroad — Capi- 
tol 3363 

WRITER Mark Famer 


Criterion Music & 
Damadha — ASCAP 

► A Little Bit Like Magic 
( 2 : 12 ) 

King Harvest — Perception — 
527 

WRITERS: Music: R. Alt- 
bach — Words: D. Robin- 
son A S. Kelly 


Chartwell Music — BMI 

► Harry Hippie (3:50) 

Bobby Womack A Peace — 
United Artists — 50988 
WRITER: J. Ford 


Cherry Lane Music Co. — 
ASCAP 

15 E. 48th St, NYC 10017 

► Goodbye Again (3:37) 

John Denver — RCA 0737 
WRITER: John Denver 

► I’d Rather Be A Cowboy 

(4:10) 

John Denver — RCA — 0955 
WRITER: John Denver 

► Rocky Mountain High 

(4:39) 

John Denver — RCA — 0829 
WRITERS: John Denver & 
Mike Taylor 


Combine Music Corp. — 
BMI 

812 17 Ave. S. 

Nashville 37203 

► Burning Love (2:48) 

Elvis Presley — RCA 0769 
WRITER: Dennis Linde 


Conquistador Music — 
ASCAP 

& Groovesville Music — 
BMI 

c/o Copyright Ser Bur Ltd. 
221 W. 57th, NYC 

► Toast To The Fool (3:58) 
Dramatics — Volt 4082 
WRITERS: Arthur Snyder & 
Don Davis 


Crystal Jukebox Music, 
Inc.— ASCAP 

► Natural High (4:02) 
Bloodstone — London — 1046 
WRITER: McCormick 


Curtom Publ. — BMI 
c/o Curtom 

► Freddie’s Dead (3:15) 
Curtis Mayfield — Curtom 

1975 (Dist: Buddah) 
WRITER: Curtis Mayfield 

► Preacher Man (3:10) 
Impressions — Cu rtom — 1982 

(Dist: Buddah) 
WRITER: Richard Tufo 

► Superfly (3:10) 

Curtis Mayfield — Curtom- 
1978 (Dist. Buddah) 
WRITER: Curtis Mayfield 


GODSPELL MUSIC ■ NEW CADENZA MUSIC ■ DRAMATIS MUSIC 



1650 BROADWAY/NEW YORK, N.Y. 10019 
(212) 489-9235 

FRANK MILITARY ■ JAY MORGENSTERN ■ NAN PERLMAN 


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Cash Box — July 7, 1973 




I appreciate the recognition. 



Eumir Deodato 



Cash Box Annual Awards 1972 — 73 


Best New Instrumentalist— LP 



Best New Instrumentalist— Single 
Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001 ) 


Deodato 2 



Soon to be released. 


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Darafc Music — BMI 
1133 Ave. of Amer., NYC 
► You’ve Got To Take It (If 
You Want It) (3:28) 

The Main Ingredient — RCA 
0856 

WRITER: Ed Townsend 


Dawnbreaker— BMI 
c/o Marsha Drake 
7618 Hollywood Blvd., 
Hollywood, Calif. 

► Summer Breeze (3:24) 

Seals & Crofts — W.B. 7606 
WRITERS: Music-Seals & 

Croffts; Lyric — James Seals 

► Hummingbird (4:35) 

Seals & Crofts— 'Warner 

Bros.— 7671 

WRITER: Lyrics by James 
Seals & Music 


Debus ar Pub— -ASCAP 
c/o MGM 
7163 Sunset Blvd. 
Holls'wood 
► Why (2:45) 

Donny Osmond — MGM 
14424 

WRITERS: DeAngeiis & 
Marcucci 


Detail Music, Inc. — BMI 
c/o U.A. 

6920 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood, Calif. 

► With Pen In Hand (3:27) 
Bobby Goldsboro — U.A. 
50938 

WRITER: B. Goldsboro 


Dick James Music, Inc. — 
BMI 

1780 B’way, NYC 

► Crocodile Rock (3:56) 

Elton John — MCA- -40000 
WRITERS: Elton John & 

Bernie Taupin 

► Honky Cat (5:12) 

Elton John — Uni 55343 
WRITERS: Elton John & 

Bernie Taupin 

► Can’t You Hear The Song 

(3:38) 

Wayne Newton — Chelsea 
0105 (Dist: RCA) 
WRITERS: Amold-Martin- 
Morrow 


► Bad Side of The Moon 

(3:00) 

April Wine — Big Tree 142 
(Dist: Bell) 

WRITERS: Elton John & 
Bernie Taupin 

► Daniel. (3:52) 

j Elton John — MCA — 40046 
| WRITERS: Elton John & 
Bernie Taupin 

| Dijoa Music Publ.— BMI 
! c/o Polydor 
i 9033 WIIsMre Blvd. 
Beverly Hills 9021 1 

► Dow:: And Out In New 

York City (3:15) 

James Brown — Polydor — 

| 14168 

WRITERS: Bodie Chandler 
&. Barry BeVorzon 

Do-Gooder Music- — 
ASCAP 

539 W. 25th, NYC 

► I’m Leavin’ You (2:37) 
Englebert Humperdinck — 

Parrot — 40073 

WRITER: Floyd Haddleston 


Don Breaker Music — BMI 
c/o Marcia Drake 
7618 Hollywood Blvd., LA 

► Diamond Girl (3:29) 

Seals & Crofts — Warner 

Bros. — 7708 

WRITERS: Words: James 
Seals. Music: James Seals- 
Crofts 

Don Kirshner Music Inc. 

& ATV Corp.— BMI 
1370 Ave. of Amer., NYC 

► Don’t Hide Your Love 

(2:50) 

Cher — Kapp 2184 
WRITERS: Neil Sedaka & 
Howard Greenfield 

Dotted Lion Music/Sylco 
—ASCAP 
c/o MGM 
7165 Sunset Blvd. 
Hollywood 

► Wish That I Could Talk To 

You (2:53) 

Sylvers — Pride — 1019 (Dist: 
MGM) 

WRITER: Leon Sylvers III 


I Dotted Line Music & 
Syico Music — ASCAP 

I 7165 Sunset Blvd., LA 

! ► Misdemeanor (2:20) 

Foster Sylvers — Pride — PR 
1031 (Dist: MGM) 
WRITER: Leon Silvers III 

i Dramatist Music Corp. — 
c/o Scepter 
BMI 

254 W. 54th St., NYC 

254 W. 54th St„ NYC 
► I’ll Make You Music (3:02) 
Beverly Bremers — Scepter 
12363 

WRITER: Bruce Roberts 


Duchess Music Corp. — 
BMI 

445 Park Ave. 

NYC 10022 

► The Teddy Bear Song (2:57) 
Barbara Fiarchild — Columbia 
— 45743 

WRITERS: D. Earl & N. 
Nixon 


Dunbar Music, Inc./ 
Cirrus Music/ 
Expressions Music — 
BMI 

1133 Ave. of Amer. 

NYC 10036 

► Follow Your Daughter Home 
(3:24) 

Guess Who — RCA — 0880 
WRITERS: Cummings-Mc- 
Dougall-Pete rson-W allace- 
Winter 


Dynatone Music Publ. Co. 
/Belinda Music, Inc./ 
Unichappel Sole Agent 
—BMI 
c/o Polydor 
1700 B’way, NYC 

► Good Foot — Part I (3:36) 
James Brown — Polydor 
14139 

WRITERS: James Brown/ 
Fred Wesley /Joe Mims 

► I Got Ants In My Pants — 

Part I (3:02) 

James Brown — Polydor — 
14162 

WRITER: James Brown 


► I Got A Bag Of My Own 

(3:46) 

James Brown — Polydor — 
14153 

► Doing It To Death (5:05) 
Fred Wesley & The JB’» — 

People — 621 (Dist: Poly- 
dor) 

WRITER: James Brown 

► Think (3:18) 

Lyn Collins— People 608 (Dist: 
Polydor) 

WRITER: James Brown 

► What My Baby Needs Now 

Is A Little More Loving 
(2:54) 

James Brown & Lyn Collins 
- — People — 14157 
WRITERS: James Brown & 
Lyn Collins 

E 

East Publishing — BMI 
c/o CTI 

► I’ve Never Found A Man 

(To Love Me Like You 
Do) (3:25) 

Esther Phillips — Kudu 910 
(Dist: CTI) 

WRITER: Jones, Floyd & 
Isbell 


East Memphis — BMI 
c/o Stax 
Memphis 

► I’ll Play The Blue (3:25) 
Albert King — Stax 137 
WRITER: Jerry Beach 

► Don’t Take My Kindness 

For Weakness (3:00) 

Soul Children — Stax 132 
WRITERS: Banks/Marion/ 
Pigpen 

► I Could Never Be So Happy 
(3:26) 

Emotions — Volt 4083 
WRITERS: Homer Banks/ 
Raymond Jackson & Carl 
Hampton 

► Trouble (3:10) 

Frederick Knight — Stax 0139 
WRITERS: Frederick 
Knight-Arron Vamell 


Edsel Music Co. — BMI 
1750 N, Vine Hollywood 

► Wild Flower (4:07) 

Skylarks — Capitol — 3511 
WRITERS: D. Richardson 
& D. Edwards 


Ezra Music — BMI 
c/o Shep Gordon 
155 W. 13th, NYC 

► No More Mr. Nice Guy 

(3:05) 

Alice Cooper — Warner Bros. 
— WB 7691 

WRITERS: M. Bruce & A. 
Cooper 

Eeyor Music — CAPAC 
31 Prince Arthur Ave. 
Toronto 180, Ontario, Can. 

► Last Song (3:15) 

Edward Bear — Capitol 3452 
WRITER: Larry Evoy 


Empress Music, Inc. — 
ASCAP 

119 W. 57th, NYC 10019 

► The Twelfth Of Never 

(2:40) 

Donny Osmond — MGM — 
14503 

WRITERS: Paul Francis 
Webster & Jerry Livingston 

Encino Music — ASCAP 

c/o Harry Fox 

110 E. 59, NYC 10022 

► I Knew Jesus (Before He 

Was A Star) — (2:50) 

Glen Campbell — Capitol — 
3548 

WRITERS: N. Hefti & S. 
Styne 


Ensign Music Corp. — BMI 
c/o Famous 
1 Gulf & Western Plaza 
NYC 10023 

► I Can’t Move No Mountains 
(2:46) 

Blood, Sweat & Tears — 
Columbia — 45755 
WRITERS: M. Gately & R. 
John 


Erva Publ. Co. & Fridays 
Child— BMI 
c/o W. Pickett 
75 Bray ton St. 

Englewood, N.J. 

► Mr. Magic Man (3:20) 
Wilson Pickett — RCA — 

0898 

WRITER: Eli Fisher 


Evie Music, Inc. — ASCAP 
609 Fifth Ave. 

NYC 10017 

► Rainbow Man (3:30) 

Looking Glass — Epic — 10953 
WRITER: P. Sweval 

► Brandy (2:5) 

Looking Glass — Epic 10874 
WRITER: E. Lurie 

► Golden Rainbow (2:57) 
Looking Glass — Epic — 10900 
WRITER: E. Laurie 

Evil Eye Music, Inc. — 
BMI 

c/o Columbia 

► Cary Me Carrie (4:18) 

Dr. Hook & Medicine Show 
— Columbia 45667 
WRITER: S. Silverstein 

F 

Faithful Virtue— BMI 
110 E. 59th, NYC 

► If I Were A Carpenter 

(3:24) 

Bob Seger— Palladium 1079 

Fame Publ., Inc. — BMI 

► What It Takes To Get A 

Good Woman (2:59) 
Denise LaSalle— Westbound 
— 215 (Dist: Janus) 
WRITER: O. V. McClinton 

► Victim Of A Folish Heart 

(2:58) 

Bettye Swann — Atlantic 2869 
WRITERS: George Jackson 
& M. Buckins 


Famous/RKM — ASCAP 
1501 B’way, NYC 

► Stories??? (2:39) 
Chakachas— AVCO 4596 
WRITERS: J. Kluger & B. 

Ador 

► Swamp Witch (347) 

John Stafford — MGM — 

K11496 

WRITER: J. Stafford 


Far Out Music, Inc. — 
ASCAP 

7417 Sunset Blvd., LA 

► The Cisco Kid (4:35) 

War — United Artists — XW- 
1633-W 

WRITERS: B. Dickerson/C. 
Miller/D. Allen/H. 
Brown/H. Scott/L. Oskar & 
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MUSIC 


WEST COAST OFFICE: 

8255 SUNSET BOULEVARD 
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90046 
(213) 656-5771 


NEW YORK OFFICE: 

1345 AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS 
NEW YORK, N.Y. 10019 
(212) 582-6200 


NASHVILLE OFFICE: 

812 16TH AVENUE SOUTH 
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 37203 
(615) 833-6510 


HERBERT N. EISEMAN, PRESIDENT 


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Cash Box — July 7, 1973 


Since January we’ve had 
twenty-four solid hit songs. 


Steamroller Blues/Elvis Presley 
One Of A Kind (Love Affair)/Spinners 
The Free Electric Band/Albert Hammond 
LoveTrain/O’Jays 
One Man Band/Ronnie Dyson 
Break UpTo Make Up/The Stylistics 
I’m Doin’Fine Now/New York City 
Am I Black Enough For You/Billy Paul 
There’s No MeWithoutYou/Manhattans 
TimeTo Get Down/O’Jays 
Could It Be I’m Falling In Love/Spinners 
If You Gotta Break Another Heart/Albert Hammond 
Me And Mrs. Jones/Billy Paul 
It Never Rains In Southern Califomia/Albert Hammond 
Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight/James Taylor 
I’m Stone In LoveWith You/The Stylistics 
Remember/Harry Nilsson 

If You Don’t Know Me By Now/Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes 

One LastTime/Glen Campbell 
Slow Motion/Johnny Williams 
One Man Parade/JamesTaylor 
Names, Tags, Numbers & Labels/Albert Hammond 
Yesterday I HadThe Blues/Harold Melvin &The Blue Notes 

Avenging Annie/Andy Pratt 

That’s our record. 


The April/Blackwood Music Publishing Group. 

NEW YORK: 1650 BROADWAY, New York City 10019, (212) 765-4321: 

LOS ANGELES: 6671 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, California 90028, Suite 1574. (213) 466- 1626 

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Irving Music, Inc. (BMI.) Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP) 


Mark Almond 

Jack Conrad 

Albert Hammond 

Rod Mc-Kuen 

Alexander St. Charles 

Renee Armand 

Ron Davies 

Mike Hazlewood 

Lee Michaels 

Rick Wakeman 

Jeff Barry 

Cheryl Dilcher 

Chuck Higgins 

Roger Nichols 

Leon Ware 

The Beach Boys 

The Doors 

Humble Pie. 

Billy Preston 

Mentor Williams 

John Bettis 

Randy Edelnvan 

Tom Jans 

Helen Reddy 

Paul Williams 

Colin Blunstone 

Peter Frampton 

Ray Kennedy 

Terry Reid 

Stevie Winwood 

Richard Carpenter 

Gallagher A Lyle 

Richard Kerr 

Leon Russell 

Gary Wright 

Kerry Chafer 

Dobie Gray 

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► Slippin Into Darkness (2:54) 
Ramsey Lewis — Columbia 
634 

WRITER: War 


Fat Mama Music— 
ASCAP 

1 Gulf & Western Piaza 

NYC 

► Colorado (5:10) 

Danny Holien — Tumbleweed 
1004 (Dist: Paramount) 
WRITER: Danny Holien 


Flagship Music — BMI 
65 W. 55th, NYC 10019 

► Keep Me In Mind (2:54) 
Lynn Anderson — Columbia — 
45768 

WRITERS: G. Sutton & G. 
Richey 


Fort Knox/Nattahnam — 
BMI 

1619 B’way, NYC 

► One Life To Live (3:17) 
Manhattans — Deluxe — 239 
(Dist. King) 

WRITER: Wm. Lovett 


Four Knights — BMI 
2723 West 76th St. 

Los Angeles 

► Put It Where You Want It 

(2:50) 

► Don’t Let It Get You Down 
(3:00) 

Crusaders — Blue Thumb — 

225 

WRITER: Joe Sample 


Four Score Music Corp. — 
BMI 

► Peaceful (2:50) 

Helen Reddy — Capitol — 3527 
WRITER: Kenny Rankin 


Four Star Music Co., Inc. 
—BMI 

9220 Sunset, Rm. 312 
Hollywood 
Galeneye — c/o Joan 
Hoffman 

280 S. Beverly Dr. 

Rm. 501 
Beverly Hills 


► I’m A Stranger Here (3:19) 
Five Man Electrical Band — 

Lion — 149 (Dist: MGM) 
WRITER: Les Emmerson 

► Moonshine (Friend Of 

Mine) (2:46) 

J ohn Kay — Dunhill — D-435 1 
WRITER: L. Emerson 

► Money Back Guarantee 

(3:25) 

Five Man Electrical Band — • 
Lion 127 

WRITER: Les Emerson 


Fourth Floor Music — 
ASCAP 

► Yankee Lady (3:38) 

Brewer & Shipley — Kama 
Sutra 547 

WRITER: Jesse Winchester 


Frank Music Corp. — 
ASCAP 

119 W. 57th, NYC 

► Dead Skunk (3:08) 

Loudon Wainwright III — 
Columbia — 45626 
WRITER: Loudon Wain- 

wright 111 


Fox-Gimble Productions — 
BMI 

► Killing Me Softly With His 
Song (4:46) 

Roberta Flack — Atlantic — 
2940 

WRITERS: Norman Gimble 
& Charles Fox 


G 

Galeneye Music — BMI 
40 Ivan Hoffman 
280 S. Beverly Dr. 

Suite 501 

Beverly Hills 90212 

► Control Of Me (3:28) 

Les Emmerson — Lion — 141 
(Dist: MGM) 

WRITER: Les Emmerson 


Galleon Music, Inc. — 
ASCAP 

► She’s Got Te Be A Saint 
(3:55) 

Ray Price — Columbia — 45724 
WRITERS: J. Paulini & M. 
DiNapoli 


Gambi Music — BMI 
c/o All Platinum 

► Pillow Talk (3:41) 

Sylvia — Vibration — 521 
'(Dist: All Plat.) 
WRITERS: Sylvia Robinson 
& M. Burton 


Garpax Music Co., & 
Capizzi Music — BMI 

► Monster Mash (3:00) 

Bobby Boris Pickett — Parrot 
—348 (Dist: London) 
WRITERS: B. Pickett & L. 
Capizzi 


Gaucho Music/ Belinda 
Music — BMI 

► Friends Or Lovers (2:55) 

Act I — Spring — 132 (Dist: 

Polydor) 

WRITER: Raeford Gerald 

► Breakaway (2:53) 

Millie Jackson — Spring — 134 
(Dist: Polydor) 

WRITER: Raeford Gerald 

► My Man, A Swet Man 

(2:35) 

Millie Jackson — Spring 127 
(Dist: Polydor) 

WRITER: Raeford Gerald 

► Step By Step (3:20) 

Joe Simon — Spring — 132 

(Dist: Polydor) 

► Miss You Baby (2:55) 
WRITER: Raeford Gerald 

► Trouble In My Home (3:29) 
Joe Simon — Spring — 130 
WRITERS: Joe Simon & 

Raeford Gerald 


Giant Enterprise — BMI 

► Everybody Plays The Fool 

(3:22) 

Main Ingredient — RCA 0731 
WRITERS: Clark/Bailey/ 

Williams 

► Put On Your Shoes And 

Walk 2:55) 

Clarence Carter — Fame — 
FA-XW 179-W 
WRITERS: C. Williams & 

J. R. Bailey 


Ginsing Music & 

Medallion Ave., Music 
—ASCAP 
22835 Mariano 
Woodland Hills, Calif. 


► Cosmic Sea (2:40) 

Mystic Moods — Warner 
Bros. — 7686 

WRITERS: Don Givannis, 
Bob Todd & Jerry Winn 


Gladys Music, Inc./ 
Intersong Music Inc. 
ASCAP 

► Fool (2:42) 

Elvis Presley — RCA — 
0910 

WRITERS: Carl Sigman & 
James Last 


Gnossos Music — ASCAP 
800 N. Argyle Suite 302 
Hollywood 90028 

► Danny’s Song (3:06) 

Anne Murray — TIapitol 3481 
WRITER: Ken Loggins 


Gold Forever Music, Inc. 
—BMI 

2601 Cadillac Tower 
Detroit 48226 

► (Don’t Leave Me) Starvin’ 

For Your Love (Part I) 
(3:23) Holland-Dozier fea- 
turing Brian Holland — In- 
victus — 9133 (Dist: Capi- 

tol ) 

WRITERS: Holland-Dozier- 
Holland 

► Sittin’ On A Time Bomb 

(3:28) 

Honey Cone — Hot Wax 7205 
(Dist: Buddah) 

WRITERS: G. Johnson & G. 
Perry 

► Finder’s Keepers (3:32) 
Chairman Of The Board — - 

Invictus — ZS7-1251 (Dist: 
Columbia) 

WRITERS: G. Johnson & J. 
Bowen 

► Why Can’t We Be Lovers 

(3:44) 

Holland-Dozier featuring 
Lamont Dozier 
Invictus — 9125 (Dist: Capi- 
tol) 

WRITERS: Holland-Dozier- 

Holland 


Gold Hill Music— BMI 

► Isn’t It About Time (2:35) 
Stephen Stills-Manassas — At- 
lantic — 2959 

WRITER: Stephen Stills 


Groosesville Music — BMI 

► Stop Doggin’ Me (3:58) 
Johnnie Taylor — Stax 0142 
WRITERS: Bettye Crutcher, 

Don Davis & Arthur 
Snyder 

► Back When My Hair Was 

Short (2:39) 


Gunhill Road Music — 
ASCAP 

810 Seventh Ave., NYC 

► Back When My Hair Was 
Short (2:39) 

WRITER: Glenn Leopold 


H 

Hadley Music — BMI 

► The Redback Spider (2:40) 
Brownsville Station — Big 

Tree — 156 (Dist: Bell) 
WRITER: S. Newton 

Happy Hooker Music, Inc. 

—BMI 
c/o London 

► Trying To Live My Life 

Without You (2:50) 

Otis Clay— Hi— 2226 (Dist: 
London) 

WRITER: Eugene Williams 


Half Music — ASCAP 
915 Gallaway, L.A., Calif. 

► Wonder Girl (2:15) 

Sparks — Bearsville — 006 
(Dist: WB.) 

WRITER: Ron Mael 


Heavy Music, Inc. — BMI 

► Bra (3:48) 

Cymande — Janus — 215 
WRITERS: Patrick Paterson 

& Steve Scipio 

► Message (3:28) 

Cymande — Janus — 203 
WRITERS: Patrick Pattter- 

son & Steve Scipio 


Hec Music 

c/o B. Feldman & Co., 
Ltd. c/o Aples & Clark, 
745 Fifth Ave., NYC 

► Woman From Tokyo (2:56) 
Deep Purple — Warner Bros. 

—7672 

WRITERS: Blackmore-Gil- 

Ian-Glover-Lord-Paice 

► Smoke On The Water (3:48) 
Deep Purple — Warner Bros. 

WB 7710 

WRITERS: Blackmore, Gil- 
lan, Glover, Lord & Paice 


Heiress Music Co., Inc. — 
BMI 

c/o Sidney Herman, I 
Gulf & Western Plaza, 
NYC 10023 

► Do It In The Name Of Love 

(3:00) 

Candi Staton — Fame — 91005 
(Dist: UA) 

WRITERS: B. Bloom & N. 
Goldberg 


Hello Lhere! Music Publ. 
—ASCAP 
c/o Bell 

► If I Could Reach You 
(3:08) 

The 5th Dimension — Bell 
261 

WRITER: Randy McNeil 


Hierophant Music — BMI 
c/o Brock & Mensch, 350 
Fifth Ave., NYC 

► Frankenstein (3:28) 

Edgar Winter — Epic — 10967 
WRITER: E. Winter 


Hilaria Music, Inc. — 
ASCAP 

c/o Metromedia 

► Buzzy Brown (3:39) 

Tim Davis — Metromedia 253 
WRITER: J. C. Cooke 


Hill & Range Songs, Inc. 
—BMI 

241 W. 72nd St., NYC 
10023 

► Blue Suede Shoes (2:48) 
Johnny Rivers — United Art- 
ists— UA-XW198-W 


House Of Bryant Publ. — 
BMI 

► Come Live With Me (2:54) 
Roy Clark — Dot — 17449 (Dist: 
Famous) 

WRITERS: Boudleaux & F. 
Bryant 


House Of Gold Music, 
Inc.— BMI 

► Behind Closed Doors (2:55) 
Charlie Rich — Epic — 10950 
WRITER: K. O’Dell 

► If It’s All Right With You 

(2:38) 

Dottie West — RCA — 0828 
WRITERS: Kenny O'Dell— 
Larry Henley 


HITSIHITS! HITS ! HITS! HITS! HITS! 



ALLTHETHINGSYOU ARE 
BABY YOU'VE GOT WHAT IT TAKES 
BEYOND THE SEA 
BILL 

BLAME IT ON MY YOUTH 
BLUE CHRISTMAS 
BLUE VELVET 
CANADIAN SUNSET 
CAN'T HELP LOVIN' DAT MAN 
CAROUSEL (SCORE) 

CINC0 ROBLES 
DECK OF CARDS 
♦ ENDLESSLY 

(Mavis Staples — Stax) 

FINE ROMANCE, A 
G0IN' OUT OF MY HEAD 
G0NNAGET ALONG 
WITHOUT YA NOW 
HURT SO BAD 
I WANT A GIRL 


I Wl LL WAIT FOR YOU 

I WON'T DANCE 

I'M OLD FASHIONED 

I'M ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN 

I'VE TOLD EV'RY LITTLE STAR 

KISS ME KATE (SCORE) 

LAST TIME I SAW PARIS, THE 
LITTLE GIRL BLUE 
LONG AGO AND FAR AWAY 
LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING 
LOVELY WAY TO SPEND 
AN EVENING 
MAKE BELIEVE 
MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL 
IN THE WORLD, THE 
MY ROMANCE 
NEED YOU 
0L' MAN RIVER 
POETRY IN MOTION 
PRETTY BLUE EYES 


ROW, ROW, ROW 
SHUTTERS AND BOARDS 
SO IN LOVE 

♦ SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES 

(Blue Haze — A&M) 

SONG IS YOU, THE 
SUDDENLY THERE'S A VALLEY 
TAKE ME BACK 
THEY DIDN'T BELIEVE ME 

♦ TO KNOW HIM IS TO LOVE HIM 

(Jody Miller — Epic) 

WATCH WHAT HAPPENS 
WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT, THE 
WAYWARD WIND, THE 
WHEN MY BABY SMILES AT ME 
WHY WAS I BORN 
WONDERFUL TIME UP THERE, A 
YESTERDAYS 

YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE 
YOU'RE THE REASON 


* SMASHES IN ’72 AND EVERY TITLE LISTED IS READY TO HIT AGAIN. 



T.B.HARITIS COmPATIY 

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HARRY VON TILZER MUSIC PUB. CO. 

BIBO MUSIC PUBLISHERS, INC. 

CHAMPAGNE MUSIC CORP. 


California Office: 

DEAN KAY 

100 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700 • Santa Monica, Calif. 90401 

(213) 871-0911 


New York Office: 
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(212) 581-3197 



HHS ! HITS ! HITS ! HITS ! MTS ! HITS ! 


The Hudson Bay Music 
Co.— BMI 

► What About Me (2:40) 
Ann Murray — Capitol — 3600 
WRITER: Scott McKenzie 

► Stuck In The Middle With 

You (3:24) 

Stealer’s Wheat — A&M — 
1416 

WRITERS: Joe Egan & 
Gerry Rafferty 


Ian Anderson Music — 
ASCAP 

► A Passion Play (3:04) 
Jethro Tull — Chrysallis — 2012 
(Dist: W.B.) 

WRITER: Ian Anderson 


Interior Music — BMI 
6430 Sunset Blvd., 
Hollywood 90028 

► Kissing My Love (3:50) 
Bill Withers — Sussex — 250 

(Dist: Buddah) 
WRITER: Bill Withers 

► Use Me (3:46) 

Bill Withers — Sussex 241 
(Dist: Buddah) 

► Let Us LOVE (3:34) 

Bill Withers — Sussex — 247 
(Dist: Buddah) 
WRITER: Bill Withers 


Irving — BMI 

► Full Circle (2:41) 

Byrds — Asylum — 11016 
WRITER: Gene Clark 

► Let Your Yeah Be Yeah 

(3:30) 

Brownsville Station — Big 
Tree — 161 (Dist: Bell) 
WRITER: J. Cliff 

(cont’d on p. 124) 


120 


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TAKING OVER LEADERSHIP IN MUSIC PUBLISHING! 


ABC/DUN HILL MUSIC, INC (BMQ 
AMERICAN BROADCASTING MUSIC, INC. (ASCAP) 

THE WRITERS 

DENNIS LAMBERT & BRIAN POTTER • WALTER BECKER & DONALD FAGEN 
HARVEY PRICE & DAN WALSH • JIM CROCE • DANIEL MOORE 
KENNY LOGGINS & JIM MESSINA • JIMMY SEALS & DASH CROFTS • STEVE BARRI 
CHARLES MANN • DAVE CRAWFORD • EDDIE REEVES • DOUGLAS GIBBS • BOB SILLER 
JIMMY HOLIDAY • DEE ERVIN • THOMAS JEFFERSON KAYE • RUFUS • THE FOUR TOPS 
B. B. KING • JOHN LEE HOOKER • JOE WALSH • JAMES GANG • GLADSTONE • D. MALONE 
GENIE BROWN • VERNON MORRISON • RICK DOUGLAS • KAREN KELLY • RON CHANCEY 
JIMMY BUFFETT • MANDI MARTIN • DUANE DEE • JOHNNY CARVER 

THE SONGS AND ARTISTS 

"KEEPER OF THE CASTLE” • THE FOUR TOPS 
"AIN’T NO WOMAN” (Like The One I’ve Got) • THE FOUR TOPS 
"ARE YOU MAN ENOUGH” • THE FOUR TOPS 
"DO IT AGAIN” • STEELY DAN 
"REELING IN THE YEARS” • STEELY DAN 
"LOVE IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT” • THE GRASS ROOTS 
“WHERE THERE’S SMOKE THERE’S FIRE” • THE GRASS ROOTS 
"ONE LESS SET OF FOOTSTEPS” • JIM CROCE 
"BAD, BAD LEROY BROWN” • JIM CROCE 
"SHAMBALA” • THREE DOG NIGHT 
"SHAMBALA” • B. W. STEVENSON 
"SHAMBALA” • SOLOMON BURKE 
"YOUR MAMA DON’T DANCE” • LOGGINS & MESSINA 
"SUMMER BREEZE” • SEALS & CROFTS 
"SAY YOU LOVE ME TOO” • CHARLES MANN 
"SLIP ’N SLIDE” • RUFUS 

"IF THAT’S THE WAY YOU WANT IT” • DIAMOND HEAD 
“WHO GETS YOUR LOVE” • DUSTY SPRINGFIELD 
“MAMA’S LITTLE GIRL” • DUSTY SPRINGFIELD 
"LOVE MUSIC” • THE RAIDERS 
"LOVE MUSIC” • LLOYD PRICE 
"LOVE MUSIC” • SERGIO MENDES & BRASIL 77 
"LOVE MUSIC” • THE FOUR TOPS 
"ASHES TO ASHES” • FIFTH DIMENSION 
"PUT A LITTLE LOVE AWAY” • BILL MEDLEY 
"PUT A LITTLE LOVE AWAY" • SERGIO MENDES & BRASIL 77 
"PUT A LITTLE LOVE AWAY” • THE FOUR TOPS 


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► How Can I TeM Her (5-»3) 
Travis Wommack — 5 ; s:r 

91008 (Dist: UA) ] 

WRITER: C. Stevens 

► Will II Go Round In Circles j 

(3:42) 

Billy Prestos — A&M.--14J* j 

WRITERS: Billy Preston & 
Bruce Fisher 
*• Slaughter (2:46:* 

Billy Preston — ASM 1380 
WRITER: Billy Preston 

Isale&r— BMI 

Berry Park, Buckaer Ed., 

WemzYille. M© 63385 

► Ding-A-Ling (4:18) 

Chuck Berry — Chess 2131 
WRITER: Chuck Berry 


Jac Music Co. Inc. & Blue 
Seas Music, Inc.™ 
ASCAP 

► You’ll Never Get To Heaven 
(3:28) 

Stylistics — Avco — 4618 
WRITERS: Burt Bacharach 
— Hal David 


Jack & Bill Music — ■ 
ASCAP 

3100 Belmont Blvd., Bos 
1026, Nashville 

► When You Say Love (2:31) 
Sonny & Cher— Kapp 
WRITERS: J. Foster/B. 

Rice 

Ja-Ma Music, Inc. — 
ASCAP 

5611 Melrose Ave., 
Hollywood 90038 

► Didn’t We (2:28) 

Barbra Streisand — Columbia 
—45739 

WRITER: J. Webb 

January — BMI 
c/o A. Schroeder — 25 W. 
65th St., NYC 

► Mama Told Me Not To 
Come (2:54) 

Wilson Pickett — Atlantic-2909 
WRITER: Randy Newman 

► I’m Gonna Love You Just A 

Little More Baby (3:58) 
Barry White — 20th Century 
Records — TC 2018 
WRITER: Barry White 


Melanie Makes Me Smile 

(2:52) 

Perry Williams — Verve — 
MV-10686 

WRITERS: T. Macaulay & 
B. Mason 


Jasperilia Music- — ASCAP 
c/o Columbia 

► Nobody But You (2:43) 
Kenny Loggins & Jim Mes- 
sina — Col. 45617 

WRITER: J. Messina 

► Thinking Of You (2:17) 
Loggins & Messina — Colum- 


bia — 45815 


Jay & Cee Music Corp. — 
BMI 

1619 B’Way. NYC 10019 

► Fever (3:28) 

Rita Coolidge — A&M — 
1398-F 


Jazzbird — Benchmark — 
ASCAP 

► Peaceful Easy Feeling (4:15) 
Eagles — Asylum — 1 1013 
(Dist: Atlantic) 

WRITER: Jack Tempchin 


Jec. Publ. Co. & Al Green 
Music, Inc. — BMI 
308 Poplar Ave., Memphis 
38103 

► Call Me (Come Back Home) 

(3:03) 

Al Green— Hi— 2235 (Dist: 
London) 

WRITERS: Al Green, Willie 
Mitchell & Al Jackson 

► We Did It (2:40) 

Syl Johnson— Hi— 2229 
(Dist: London) 

WRITER John E. Moore 


Jeff Wayne Music Ltd & 
Duchess Music Corp. — 
BMI 

c/o MCA 

► Men Of Learning (3:23) 
Vigrass & Osborne — Uni 
55334 

WRITERS: Music— Jeff 
Wayne, Lyric — Paul 
Vigrass & Gary Osborne 


Jefferson Music Co., Inc. 

—AWAP 
1619 B’Way, NYC 
► Too Young (2:58) 

Donnie Osmond — MGM 
14407 

WRITERS: S. Lippman & 

S. Dee 


Jobette Music/Brewer 
Music — BMI 

2457 Woodward, Detroit, 
Mich. 

► Country Women (2:55) 
Magic Lantern — Charisma 

100 

WRITER: P. Voorman 

► Lookin’ Through The 

Window (3:33) 

Jackson 5 — Motown 1205 
WRITER: C. Davis 

► My Guy (3:00) 

Petula Clark — MGM 14392 
WRITER: William Robinson 

► Your Wonderful Sweet Love 

(2:59) 

Supremes — Motown 1206 
WRITER: Smokey Robinson 

► Hallelujah Day (2:53) 

The Jackson 5 — Motown — 

1224F 

WRITERS: F. Perren/C. 
Yarian 

► Ben (2:42) 

Michael Jackson — Motown 
1208 

WRITERS: D. Black & W. 
Schart 

► That’s How Love Goes 

(3:23) 

Jermaine Jackson — Motown 
1201 

WRITERS: D. Jones, W. 
Brown, J, Bristol, Exec. 
Prod. B. G. 

► Daddy Could Swear, I 

Declare (3:42) 

Gladys Knight & The Pips — 
Soul — 35105 (Dist: 
Motown) 

WRITERS: Johnny Bristol, 

Merald & Gladys Knight 

► Brother’s Gonna Work It 

Out (2:56) 

Willie Hutch — Motown — 
1222F 

WRITER & ARR: Willie 
Hutch 

► We’ve Come Too Far To 

End It Now (3:25) 
Smokey Robinson & The 
Miracles — Tamla 54220 
WRITERS: Jones/Brown/ 
Bristol 


► I Guess I’ll Miss The Man 

(2:40) 

Supremes — Motown — 1213F 
WRITERS: S. Schwartz 

► With A Child’s Heart (3:00) 
Michael Jackson — Motown — 

1218 

WRITERS: Sylvia Moy, 
Hank Cosby & Vicki 
Basemore 

► Happy (Love Theme From 

Lady Sings The Blues) 
(3:54) Boby Darin — Mo- 
town 1217F 

WRITERS: Michel LeGrand 
& William Robinson 

► I Can’t Stand To See You 

Cry (3:28) 

Smokey Robinson & Miracles 
— Tamla 54255 
WRITERS: David Jones, 
Wade Brown & Johnny 
Bristol 

► Don’t Do It (3:30) 

The Band — Capitol 3433 
WRITERS: Hollander- 

Dozier-Holland 

► Wholy Holy (2:49) 

Aretha Franklin — Atlantic 

2901 

WRITERS: Marvin Gaye, 

Al Cleveland & Renaldo 
Benson 

► Eddie’s Love (3:20) 

Eddie Kendricks — Tamla 

54218 

WRITERS: Caston/Poree 

► Corner Of The Sky (3:35) 
Jackson 5 — Motown — 1214 
WRITER: S. Schwartz 


Jonico Music, Inc. — 
ASCAP 

527 Madison Ave., NYC 
10022 

► Sing (3:20) 

Carpenters — A&M — 1413 
WRITER: Joe Raposo 


Joni Mitchell — BMI 
c/o W. B. 6922 Hollywood 
Blvd., Suite 704 

► Turn Me On, I’m A Radio 
(2:40) 

Joni Mitchell — Asylum — 
11010 

WRITER: Joni Mitchell 


Juke Joint, Walden — 
ASCAP 

► Give It To Me (6:31) 

J. Geils Band — Atlantic — 
2953 

WRITERS: Peter Wolf & 
Seth Justman 


Julio-Brian Music Inc. — 
BMI 

888 Seventh Ave, NYC 

► A Letter To Myself (4:10) 
Chi-Lites — -Brunswick — 

55491 

WRITERS: Eugene Record 

& Sandra Drayton 

► Coldest Days Of My Life 

Part I (4:27) 

Chi-Lites — Brunswick 55478 
WRITERS: E. Record/C. 
Davis 

► We Need Order (2:48) 
Chi-Lites— Brunswick- 

55489 

WRITERS: Eugene Record 
& Oninton Joseph 

► A Lonely Man (6:23) 
Chi-Lites — Brunswick 55483 
WRITERS: Eugene Record, 

Edward Haycraft 


K 

Kaiser/Famous Music — 
ASCAP 

I Gulf & Western Plaza, 
NYC 

► A Simple Man (2:52) 

Lobo — Big Tree 141 Dist by 

Bell 

WRITER: Lobo 

► I’d Love You To Want Me 

(3:33) 

Lobo — Big Tree 147 (Dist. 
Bell) 

WRITER: Lobo 

► It Sure Took A Long, Long 

Time (3:12) 

Lobo — Big Tree — 16001 
(Dist: Bell) 

WRITER: Lobo 

► Don’t Expect Me To Be 

Your Friend (3:38) 

Lobo — Big Tree— 158 (Dist: 
Bell) 

WRITER: Lobo 

Kama Rippa Music, Flash 
Turnpike Tom — ASCAP 
1650 B’Way, NYC 

► City Of New Orleans (4:31) 
Arlo Guthrie — Reprise 1103 
WRITER: Steve Goodman 


Kama-Sutra Music Publ. 
—BMI 

810 Seventh Ave., NYC 

► You Can Do Magic (2:50) 
Limmie & Family Cookin’ — 

Avco-4602 

WRITER: S. Linzer 

► Uneasy Rider (5:19) 

Charlie Daniels — Kama Sutra 

— 576 (Dist: Buddah) 
WRITER: Charlie Daniels 

► Bed & Board (3:30) 

Barbara Mason — Buddah 296 
WRITER: Lambert Flax 


Keca Music, Inc.- — ASCAP 
c/o Rip Music, 7033 
Sunset Blvd., Hollywood 
90028 

► Loving You Is Just An Old 

Habit (2:59) 

Jim Weatherly — RCA 0822 
WRITER: Jim Weatherly 

► Neither One Of Us (4:15) 
Gladys Knight & The Pips — 

Soul— 35098 (Dist: Mo- 
town) 

WRITER: J. Weatherly 


Klondike Music BMI 

► School Of Life (3:26) 
Tommy Tate — KoKo 2112 
WRITERS: Tate/Gregory 

► Always (3:50) 

Luther Ingram — Koko — 2115 
(Dist: Columbia) 
WRITERS: Luther Ingram, 
Johnny Baylor 


Koala/ Birdees— ASCAP 
c/o Ardent 

► Feel Alright (2:33) 

Cargo — Ardent ADA 2901 

(Dist: Stax) 

WRITER: Tommy Richard 

► Hold Her Tight (3:07) 
Osmonds — MGM 14405 


Kolob Music c/o— BMI 

WRITERS: Alan Osmond, 
Merrill Osmond and 
Wayne Osmond 
► We Can Make It Together 

(3:15) 

Steve & Eydie & Osmonds — 
MGM 14383 
WRITERS: Osmonds 


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1. Sunbury Music, Inc., Dunbar Music, Inc., 
Sunbar Music 

1133 Avenue of the Americas, 

New York, N.Y. 10036 

Frank Costa 

2. Sunbury/Dunbar/Sunbar 

1201-B 16th Avenue So. 

Nashville, Tenn. 37212 

Dan Hoffman 

3. Sunbury/Dunbar/Sunbar 

6363 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

John Lombardo 

4. CANADA— Sunbury Music Canada Ltd., 
Dunbar Music Canada Ltd. 

225 Mutual Street, Toronto, Ontario 

Jack Feeney 

5. MEXICO— E.D.I.M. 

Av. Cuitlahuac 2519, Mexico City 16, D.F. 

Alfredo Gil, Jr. 


6. BRAZIL— Editora Music Victor, Ltda. 

Rua Dona Veridiana 172, Sao Paulo 

Henrique Gastaldello 

7. ARGENTINA-Ediciones Musicales Relay 

Paroissien 3960, Buenos Aires 

Beatriz Lupo 

8. SPAIN— Ediciones Musicales RCA 
Espanols, S.A. 

Dr. Fleming 43, Madrid 16 

Antonio Martinez 

9. ENGLAND— Sunbury Music Ltd. 

1 Derby Street, London W1Y 7 HD 

David Paramor 

10. FRANCE-RCA, S.A. 

6 Rond-Point des Champs Elysees, Paris 8 

Rolande Fischesser 

11. GERMANY-RCA Musik GmbH 

Hallerstrasse 76, 2 Hamburg 13 

Peter Ingwersen 


12. ITALY— Edizioni Musicali RCA S.p.A. 

Via Tiburtina Km 1 2, Rome 

Mario Cantini 

13. AUSTRALIA— Associated Music Pty., Ltd. 

11 Khartoum Road, North Ryde NSW 2113 

Ron Wills 

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14. BELGIUM— Universal Songs 

Rue J. Lebrunstraat, 2, Brussels 1030 

15. FINLAND-Edition Coda 

Lansiportti 4 A, SF-02210 Ruomela 

16. HOLLAND— Universal Songs 

Michelangelostraat 79, Amsterdam 9 

17. SOUTH AFRICA— Laetrec Music Ltd. 

P.O. Box 4105, Johannesburg 

18. SWEDEN— Edition Liberty AB 

Ankdammsgatan 5, Solna 1 


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Corso Europa 5/7, 20122 Milan, Italy. Sandro Pieralli, Professional Manager 

TRO ESSEX MUZIEK HOLLAND N.V. 

Singel 512, Amsterdam C., Holland • Ferry Wienneke, Manager 

TRO MUSIKFORLAGET ESSEX A/B 

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Diputacion, 337-1, 2, Barcelona 9, Spain. 

TRO ESSEX JAPAN LTD. 

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TRO ESSEX MUSIC GROUP PTY. LTD. 

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MosicPUblishers 


Kuptillo Music- — ASCAP 
PO Bos 24829, LA 

► So Very Hard To Go (3:37) 
Tower Of Power — Warner 

Bros. — 7687 

WRITERS: S. Kutka & E. 
Castillo 

► You’re Still A Young Man 

(3:37) 

Tower of Power — W. B. 7612 
WRITERS: S. Kupka/E. 
Castillo 


L 

Landers/Roberts — 

ASCAP 

►■Down By The River (2:43) 
Albert Hammond — Mums 
6009 

WRITERS: Hammond/ 
Hazelwood 

► If You Gotta Break Another 

Heart (2:35) 

Albert Hammond — Mums — 
6015 (Dist: Columbia) 
WRITERS: A. Hammond & 
M. Hazelwood 

► Free Electric Band (3:15) 
Albert Hammond — Mums — 

ZS7-6018 (Dist : Colum- 
bia) 

WRITERS: A. Hammond- 
M. Hazelwood 

► Names, Tags, Numbers & 

Labels (3:25) 

Association — Mums — 6016 
(Dist: Columbia) 
WRITERS: A. Hammond & 
M. Hazelwood 

► It Never Rains in Southern 

California (3:12) 

Albert Hammond — Mum — 
6011 (Dist. Columbia) 
WRITERS: A. Hammond & 
M. Hazelwood 

Lee Tembler — ASCAP 
75 E. 55th, NYC 

► What A Shame (3:24) 
Foghat — Bearsville — 0014 

(Dist: WB) 

WRITER: Rod Price 

Leads Music — ASCAP 
c/o MCA 445 Park Ave., 
NYC 

► If You Leave Me Tonight 

I’ll Cry (2:42) 

Jerry Wallace — Decca 32989 
WRITERS: G. Sanford/H. 
Mooney 

► Rock & Roll Part 2 (3:10) 
Gary Glitter — Bell 237 
WRITERS: Glitter/Leander 

► Drinking Wine Spo-Dee 

O’Dee (3:37) 

Jerry Lee Lewis — Mercury — 
73374 

WRITERS: Gransville & 

McGhee 

► Suite: Man & Woman 

(3:37) 

Tony Cole — 20th Century- 
2001 

WRITER: Tony Cole 

► Didn’t Know I Loved You 

(3:21) 

Gary Glitter — Bell — 276 
WRITERS: Glitter/Leander 

► I’m Just A Singer In A 

Rock & Roll Band (4:16) 
Moody Blues — Threshold — 
67012 (Dist: London) 
WRITER: John Lodge 

► A Sunday Kind Of Love 

(2:51) 

Lenny Welch — Atco 6894 
WRITERS: B. Belle, L. 
Prima, A. Leonard & S. 
Rhodes 


Levine & Brown Music, 
Inc. — BMI 

► Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round 
The Ole Oak Tree (3:19) 
Dawn — Bell — 453 18 
WRITERS: Irwin Levine & 
L. Russell Brown 


Low-Sal, Inc. — BMI 
P.O. Box 9687, North 
Atlanta, Ca. 

► What Am I Crying For 

(2:58) 

Dennis Yost & Classics IV — 
MGM South S-7002 
WRITERS: Buie & Cobb 

► Rosanna (2:30) 

Denis Yost & Clasics IV — 
MGM South— 7012 
WRITERS: Buie & Cobb 


Low Twi Music, Inc. — 
BMI 

P.O. Box 9687, N. Atlanta, 
Ga. 30319 

► Working Clas Hero (3:20) 
Tomy Roe— MGM South— 
S-7013 

WRITER: Tommy Roe 


M 

Maclean Music/ 

McCartney Music BMI 

► Mary Had A Little Lamb 

(3:30) 

Wings — Apple 1851 
WRITERS: The McCartneys 

► Little Woman Love (2:06) 
Wings— Apple 1851 

► Hi Hi Hi (3:10) 

Wings — Apple — 1857 
WRITERS: Paul & Linda 

McCartney 


Mainstay Music — BMI 
65 W. 55th St., NYC 

► Tragedy (3:48) 

Argent — Epic-10119 
WRITER: R. Ballard 

► Hold Your Head Up (3:15) 
Argent — Epic 10852 
WRITERS: Argent/ White 


Malaco/Roffignac — BMI 
c/o Chimneyville 

► Woman Don’t Go Astray 
( 2 : 21 ) 

King Floyd — Chimneyville 
443 (Dist: Atlantic) 
WRITER: King Floyd 


Management Agency & 
Publ.— BMI 

c/o MCA 445 Park Ave., 
NYC 

► Alone Again (Naturally) 
(3:40) 

Gilbert O’Sullivan — Mam 
3619 

WRITER: G. O’Sullivan 


Mandan — BMI 
17 W. 60th, NYC 

► Love Song (3:35) 

Tommy James — Roulette 
7130 

WRITERS: Tommy James & 
Bob King 


Mandrill Music & 
Intersong-USA — 
ASCAP 

c/o Chappell, 609 Fifth 
Ave., NYC 10017 

► Fencewalk (3:25) 

Mandrill — Polydor — 14163 
WRITERS: Wilson Brothers 


The Material World 
Charitable Foundation 
/BMI 

► Give Me Love (3:32) 
George Harrison — Apple — 
1862 

WRITER: G. Harrison 


MAM Music Publ. Corp. 
—ASCAP 

c/o MCA, 445 Park Ave., 
NYC 10022 

► Out Of The Question (2:57) 
Gilbert O’Sullivan — MAM- 

3628 (Dist: London) 
WRITER: O’Sullivan 

► Letter To Lucille (3:04) 
Tom Jones — Parrot — 40074 

(Dist. London) 

WRITER: Tony Macaulay 

► I Never Said Goodbye 

(3:53) 

Englebert Humperdinck — 
Parrot — 40072 (Dist: 
London) 

WRITERS: Reed & Mason 

► Who Was It? (3:00) 
Hurricane Smith — Capitol — 

3455 

WRITER: O’Sullivan 

Matragun Music, Inc. — 
BMI 

c/o J. Morgan, 6399 
Wilshire Blvd., Suite 808 
Beverly Hills 90048 

► Garden Party (3:45) 

Rick Nelson— Deca 32980 
WRITER: Rick Nelson 

► Palace Guard (3:70) 

Rick Nelson — MCA— 40001 
WRITER: Rick Nelson 

MCA Music— ASCAP 
445 Park Ave., NYC 

► Beat Me Daddy Eight To 

The Bar (3:44) 
Commander Cody — Para- 
mount 0169 

WRITERS: D. Raye, H. 
Prince & E. Sheehy 

► Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy 

(2:32) 

Bette Midler — Atlantic — 
2964 

WRITERS: Don Raye & 
Hughie Prince 

MCPS (Tintobe) London 

► Long Cool Woman (3:02) 
The Hollies — Epic 10871 
WRITERS: Cook/Clarke/ 

Greenaway 

► Good Morning (3:20) 
Michael Redway — Phillips — 

40720 (Dist: Mercury) 
WRITER: Michael Redway 

Mighty-Three Music, Inc. 
—BMI 

► I’m Doin’ Fine Now (2:48) 
New York City — Chelsea — 

0113 (Dist: RCA) 
WRITERS: Thom Bell- 
Sherman Marshall 

► Yesterday I Had The Blues 

(3:47) 

Harold Melvin & The Blue 
Notes— Phila. Int’l — 3525 
(Dist: Columbia) 
WRITERS: K. Gamble & L. 
Huff 

Mint Mnsic Co. — BMI 

► Mother-In-Law (3:10) 
Clarence Carter — Fame — 

FM-XW250-W (Dist: UA) 
WRITER: A. Tousant 


Morley Music — ASCAP 
888 7th Ave., NYC 

► Vaya Con Dios (3:04) 
Dawn — Bell 225 
WRITERS: Russell/ James/ 

Pepper 


Moth Music Corp. — BMI 
c/o Columbia 

► All The Young Dudes (3:33) 
Mott The Hoople — Columbia 
45673 

WRITER: D. Bowie 



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Muscle Shoals Sound Pnbl. 

Co.— BMI 
3614 Jackson Hwy. 
Sheffield, Ala. 35660 

► Dancing To Your Music 

(2:40) 

Archie Bell & The Drells — 
Glades— 1707 

WRITER: Phillips Mitchell 

► Oh La De Da (3:34) 

Staple Singers — Stax — 0156 
WRITER: Phillip MitcheU 

► Starting A1 Over Again 

(3:55) 

Mel & Tim — Stax 127 
WRITER: Phillip Mitchell 


Mysterion Music Ltd. — 
BMI 

c/o J. Vigoda 

157 W. 57tli, NYC 10019 

► Geronimo’s Cadillac (3:10) 
Michael Murphy — A&M 
1368 


N 

Namloh— BMI 

c/o Access Music Corp. 

888 7th Ave., NYC 

► My Mind Keeps Telling Me 
(3:45) 

Eddie Holman— GSF 6873 
WRITER: Ron Baker 


Neighborhood Music Publ. 

Corp— ASCAP 
1 Gulf & Western Plaza 
NYC 10023 

► Bitter Bad (2:30) 

Melanie — Neighborhood — 
4210 (Dist: Paramount) 
WRITER: Melanie Safka 


Nickle Shoe Music Co., 
Inc.— BMI 

► I Don’t Want To Make You 

Wait (3:02) 

Delfonics — Philly Groove — 
176 (Dist: Bell) 

WRITER: William Hart 

► Think It Over (3:55) 
Delfonics — Philly Groove — 

PG 174 (Dist: Bell) 
WRITER: William Hart 

► Armed And Extremely 

Dangerous (2:49) 

First Choice — Philly Groove 
—175 (Dist: Bell) 
WRITERS: Norman Harris 
& Allan Felder 

Nine Mile — BMI 

14611 Nine Mile Road 
E. Detroit 48021 

► Summer Sun (3:04) 
Jamestown Massacre — WB 

7603 

WRITER: Tom Powers 

Nitty Gritty Music — BMI 
c/o W. G. Masky 
1159 John Glenn Dr. 
Seven Hills, Ohio 44131 

► Stop, Wait & Listen (3:55) 
Circus — Metromedia — 265 
WRITER: D. Hrdlicka 


Nom Music Inc. — BMI 
17 W. 60th St., NYC 

► Daddy’s Home (2:59) 
Jermaine Jackson — Motown 
— 1216-F 

WRITERS: J. Shephard & 
W. Miller 


Northern Music Co.— 
ASCAP 
c/o MCA 

445 Park Ave., NYC 

► Good Morning Heartache 
( 2 : 20 ) 

Diana Ross — Motown — 1211 
WRITERS: D. Fisher /I. 
Higginbotham/E. Drake 


O 

Oakfield Avenue Music, 
Ltd.— BMI 

► Walk On The Wild Side 
(3:37) 

WRITER: Lou Reed 


Ono Music Inc. — BMI 
(also claimed by North- 
ern Songs/Maclen Mu- 
sic) 

► Woman Is The Nigger Of 
The World (5:15) 

John Lennon — Apple 1848 
WRITERS: Lennon /Ono 


Open Window — BMI 
c/o Atlantic 

► Rock Me On The Water 
(3:47) 

Jackson Browne — Asylum 
11006 (Dist: Atlantic) 
WRITER: Jackson Browne 


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322 W. 71st Street 
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Ordeaa Music/Bridgeport 
Music— BMI 

► A Man Size Job (2:49) 
Denise LaSalle-Wesrbound 

206 (Dist: Janus) 
WRITER: Denise LaSalle 

Our Children’s Maisk/Mr. 
T. Music & Chenita 
Mu, sic— BMI 

► Leaving Me (3:20) 
Independents — Wand~lt252 
WRITERS: M. Bargs & J. 

Jiles 


Page Full of Hits— 
ASCAP 
c/o Mercury 

► Beautiful Sunday (3:00) 
Daniel Boone — Mercury 

73281 

WRITERS: Boone /McQueen 

PaimertoE Publ. Co. — 
BMI 

c/o Bawa Productions 
Box 522 

Salisbury, Md. 21801 

► Hot Wire (2:58) 

A1 Green — -Bell— 45305 
WRITER: P. James 

Palmina — BMI 

► I Wanna Be Your Baby 

(2:50) 

3 Degrees — Roulette 7125 
WRITER: Leon Huff 

Patricia Music Pub. Corp. 
—BMI 

17 W. 60th, NYC 10023 

► Why Do Fools Fall In Love 

(2:25) 

Summer Wine — Sire — SAA- 
701 (Dist: Paramount) 
WRITERS: F. Lymon & M. 
Levy 

► Never, Never, Never (3:38) 
Shirley Bassey — United Art- 
ists— XW-211-W 

WRITERS: T. Reins, A. 
Testa & N. Newell 
Knock, Knock, Who’s There 
(2:28) 

Mary Hopkin — Apple — 1855 
WRITERS: J. Carter & G, 
Stephens 


► Knock, Knock (2:28) I 

Mary Hopkin — Apple — 1855 
WRITERS: Carter/Stevens 

Pierre Cosette Music Co./ 
Every Little Tune, Sec. 
—ASCAP 
258 S. Beverly Dr. 

Beverly Hills 90212 
Daisy A Day (2:48) 
iud Strunk — MGM — 14463 
WRITER: Jud Strunk 

Pixrass Music— ASCAP 
c/o Bell 

1 ► The Night The Lights Went 
Out In Georgia (3:36) 

Vicki Lawrence — Beil- 
45303 

WRITER: Bob Russell 


Plain & Simple — ASCAP 
c/o Atlantic 
► Vanilla Olay (3:01) 

Jackie DeShannon — Atlantic 
2871 

WRITER: Jackie 
DeShannon 


Pocket Full Of Tunes, Inc. 
3 E, 54th St., NYC 

► Anthem (2:52) 

Wayne Newton — Chelsea — 

0109 (Dist: RCA) 
WRITER: Tony Romeo 

► Rock Me Baby (2:14) 

David Cassidy — Bell 260 
WRITERS: Johnny Cymbal 

& Peggy Clinger 

► Something’s Wrong With Me 

(3:07) 

Austin Roberts — Chelsea 
0101 (Dist: RCA) 
WRITERS: Danny Jansseen 
& Bobby Hart 

► Keep On Singing (3:40) 
Austin Roberts— Chelsea — 

0110 (Dist: RCA) 
WRITERS: Danny Janssen— 

Bobby Hart 


Porter/Binder — ASCAP 
c/ o Steve Binder 
1176 San Ysidro Dr. 
Beverly Hills 90210 

► Speak To The Sky (2:42) 
Rick Springfield — Capitol 
3340 

WRITER: Rick Springfield 


Post Music — ASCAP 
729 7th Ave., NYC 
► Sealed With A Kiss (2:52) 
Bobby Vinton — Epic 10861 
WRITERS: Udell/Geld 


Press Music/Screen Gems 
—Col. BMI 
711 5th Ave., NYC 

► Sweet Inspiration /Where 

You Lead (6:02) 

Barbra Streisand — Col. 45626 
WRITERS: Penn /Oldham & 
King/Stem 

Prima Donna Music — BMI 
9229 Sunset Blvd. 

Beverly Hills 

► Happiest Girl In The Whole 

USA (2:27) 

Donna Fargo — Dot 17409 
WRITER: Donna Fargo 

► Superman (2:25) 

Donna Fargo — Dot — 1744 
WRITER: Donna Fargo 

► Funny Face (2:42) 

Dona Fargo — Dot 17429 

(Dist: Paramount) 
WRITER: Donna Fargo 


Progressive Music Co., Inc. 
—BMI 

241 W. 72nd, NYC 

► Tweedlee Dee (3:33) 

Little Jimmy Osmond — • 
MGM— 14468 
WRITER: Winfield Scott 


Promo Publishing B.V. 
ASCAP 

c/o Rolling Stones 

► Happy (3:04) 

Rolling Stones — RS 19104 
WRITERS: Jagger/ Richard 


Prophet Music Inc. — 
ASCAP 

c/o Gelfand & MacNow 
Inc. 

350 5th Ave., NYC 10001 

► Walk On Water (4:42) 

Neil Diamond — Uni — 55352 
WRITER: Neil Diamond 

► Play Me (3:49) 

Neil Diamond — Uni 55346 
WRITER: Neil Diamond 


Pundit — BMI 
c/d Atlantic 

► All The Kings Horses (3:43) 
Aretha Franklin — Atlantic 

2883 

WRITER: Aretha Franklin 

► Master Of Eyes (3:25) 
Aretha Franklin — Atlantic — 

2941 

WRITERS: Aretha Franklin 
& Bernice Hart 


Q 

Quackenbush Music — 
ASCAP 

c/o Bosmer & Messing 
515 Madison Ave. 

NYC 10022 

► You’re So Vain (4:25) 

Carly Simon — Elektra— 

45824 

WRITER: Carly Simon 

► The Right Thing To Do 

(2:57) 

Carly Simon — Elektra — 

45843 

WRITER: Carly Simon 

R 

R & M Music Prod. Inc. — 
ASCAP 

► Lady Eleanor (3:25) 
Lindisfarne — Elektra 45799 
WRITER: Allen Hull 

Radio-Tele Music snb. 
Publ. in USA & Canada 
by Bleu-Disque Music — 
ASCAP 

c/o Sire Records 
165 W. 74th, NYC 

► Hocus Pocus (3:18) 

Focus — Sire — 704 (Dist: 

Paramount) 

WRITERS: Akkerman & 

Van Leer 


Rainy Wednesday Publ. — 
ASCAP 

► Superfly Meets Shaft (2:25) 
John & Ernest — Rainy 

Wednesday — 201 (Dist: 
Mainstream) 

WRITERS: D. Goodman & 
S. Passantino 

Regent Music 

1619 B’way, NYC— 

Travis Music 

c/o Metric Music 

729 Seventh, NYC— BMI 

► Hearts Of Stone (2:10) 

Blue Ridge Rangers — 

Fantasy — 700 

WRITERS: Ray & Jackson 

Resaca Music Pub. Co. — 
BMI 

812 17th Ave. S. 

Nashville 37203 

► Jesus Was A Capricorn 

( 2 : 20 ) 

Kris Kristofferson — Monu- 
ment — 8558 

WRITER: K. Kristofferson 

► Nobody Wins (2:57) 

Brenda Lee — MCA — 40003 
WRITER: Kris Kristofferson 

► Why Me (3:25) 

ment — 17571 (Dist: 
Columbia) 

WRITER: Kris Kristofferson 


R.S.O. Music — ASCAP 
135 Central Park W. 

Suite 2N, NYC 

► Alive (4:00) 

Bee Gees — Atco — 6909 
WRITERS: Barry & Maurice 
Gibb 

► Saw A New Morning (407) 
Bee Gees — RSO — 401 (Dist: 

Atlantic) 

WRITERS: B. Gibb, R. Gibb 
& M. Tjibb 

► I Received A Letter (250) 
Delbert & Glen — Clean — 

60003 (Dist: Atlantic) 
WRITER: Delbert McClinton 


s 

Sah Music — BMI 

► Evil Ways (3:48) 

Carlos Santana & Buddy 
Miles — Columbia 45666 
WRITER: S. Henry 


Screen Gems/Columbia 
Music, Inc. 

711 Fifth Ave. 

NYC 10022 

► Dream Me Home (3:00) 
MacDavis — Columbia — 

45773 

WRITER: M. Davis 

► I Believe In Music (2:20) 
Gallery — Sussex 239 (Dist: 

Buddah) 

WRITER: Mac Davis 
►Long Dark Road (3:25) 
Hollies — Epic — 1 0920 
WRITERS: The Hollies 

► Lost Horizon (2:29) 

Shawn Phillips — A&M — 1405 
WRITERS: Bacharach & 

David 


► Your Side Of The Bed 

(3:06) 

Mac Davis — Columbia — - 
4-45839 

WRITER: Mac Davis 

► Sweet Surrender (2:35) 

Bread — Elektra — 4581 8 
WRITER: David Gates 

► Oh No, Not My Baby (3:04) 
Merry Clayton — Ode — 66030 

(Dist: MGM) 

WRITERS: Gerry Goffin & 
Carole King 

► Friend And A Lover (2:29) 
Partridge Family — Bell — 

45-336 

WRITERS: Wes Farrell, 
Danny Janssen & Bobby 
Hart 

► Looking Through The Eyes 

Of Love (3:03) 

Partridge Family — Bell — ■ 
45301 

WRITERS: C. Weil & B. 
Mann 

► It’s Too Late (2:30) 

Bill Deal & The Rhondels — 
Buddah 318 

WRITERS: Carol King & 

T. Stern 

► In The Ghetto (2:54) 

Candi Staton — Fame 91000 

(Dist: UA) 

WRITER: Mack Davis 

► So Long Dixie (4:27) 
Blood, Sweat & Tears — 

Columbia 45661 
WRITERS: B. Mann & C. 
Weil 

► Aubrey (3:38) 

Bread — Elektra — 45832 
WRITER: David Gates 

► Everybody Loves A Love 

Song (3:02) 

Mac Davis — Columbia — 
45727 

WRITER: M. Davis 


Sealark — BMI 
c/o Atlantic 

► I Love You More Than 
You’ll Ever Know (4:34) 
Donny Hathaway — Atlantic — 
6903 

WRITER: A1 Kooper 


Seven Iron Music — BMI 
c/o Baron/Weis/Singer & 
Co. 

9100 Wilshire Blvd., 

Suite 470 

Beverly Hills 90212 

► Rosalie (3:16) 

Sam Neely — Capitol — 3510 
WRITER: Sam Neely 

► Loving You Just Crossed My 

Mind (3:15) 

Sam Neely — Capitol 3381 
WRITER: Sam Neely 


Sherlyn — BMI 
495 SE 10 Ct. 

Hialeah, Fla. 33010 

► People Are Changin’ (3:20) 
Timmy Thomas — Glades — 

1709 

WRITER: Timmy Thomas 

► It’s Hard To Stop (2:53) 
Betty Wright — Alston — 4617 

(Dist: Atlantic) 
WRITERS: C. Reid, W. 
Clarke & B, Wright 

► It’s Hard To Stop (2:53) 
Betty Wright — Alston — 4617 

(Dist: Atlantic) 
WRITERS: C. V. Reid, W. 
Clarke & B. Wright 

► Baby Sitter (2:50) 

Betty Wright-Alston 4614 

(Dist: Atlantic) 
WRITERS: Clarence Reid, 
Willie Clarke & Betty 
Wright 


Sickum Music — ASCAP 

► I Just Can’t Turn My Habit 
To Love (3:57) 

Buckwheat — London — 1 89 
WRITER: Michael 
Smotherman 


Silver Fiddle 
c/o WB Music— BMI 
6922 Hollywood Blvd. 
Hollywood 

► War Song (3:34) 

Neil Young & Graham Nash 
& The Stray Gators — 
Reprise 1099 
WRITER: Neil Young 


Singing Wire Music — BMI 
c/o Elektra 

► Motorcycle Mama (2:07) 
Sailcat — Elektra 45782 
WRITER: John Wyker 


Skyhill Publ. Co. Inc. — 
BMI 

5112 Hollywood Blvd., LA 

► Tight Rope (2:59) 

Leon Russell — Shelter 7325 
(Dist: Capitol) 

WRITER: Leon Russell 

► Slipping Into Christmas 

(4:42) 

Leon Russell — Shelter — 7328 
(Dist: Capitol) 

WRITER: Leon Russell 



3 ---Steps to Success 3 

IF YOU BELIEVE THE CHARTS . . . 

These Are HITS .... 

up to 26 Weeks In First Place, Internationally! 

NUMBER 1: 


Brazil called it: “SENTADO A BEIRA DO CAMINHO” 

featuring ERASMO CARLOS 

Italy called it: “L’APPUNTAMENTO” 

featuring ORNELLA VAN0N1 

France called it: “LE RENDEZ-VOUS” 

featuring RICHARD ANTHONY 

All Latin-America called it: “. . . the biggest hit in years . . .” 

Now recorded with English lyrics: “I’LL JUST SIT HERE" 
featuring RAPHAEL, sensational Spanish singing star . . . 
Released on Zzelesta, his own label. 


NUMBER 2i 


Once again BRAZIL sets the pace with “musica nova”, The 
New Music magnificently interpreted by Sergio Mendes 
and Brasil ’77 with his rendition of: 

“A TONGA DA MIRONGA DO KABULETE”. 

Look for it to be released soon with English lyrics. 


NUMBER 3s 


Breaking ail records comes this stirring European hit: 
“CONCERTO POUR UN ETE” 
delightfully performed by the European musician-composer 

ALAIN PATRICK 

Soon to be heard as played by this country's top artists. 



Always with the newest — Always with the money-makers 

— 

Fermata International Melodies, Inc. & Bendig Music Corp. 

For all information call or write 

D. Frenkiel, Mgr. 

Rm. 616 — 6290 Sunset Bl., Hollywood, CA. 90028, (213) 462-7473 


South Memphis Music — 
BMI 

3885 Central Ave., 
Memphis 38117 

► Breaking Up Somebody’s 
Home (3:35) 

Albert King — Stax — 0147 
WRITERS: A1 Jackson, 
Timothy Matthews 


Southern Music — ASCAP 
1619 B’way, NYC 

► A Little Bit Of Soul (2:26) 
Bullet — Big Tree 140 (Dist: 
Belt) 

WRITERS: Carter & Lewis 


Spanka Music — BMI 
c/o MCA, 445 Park Ave., 
NYC 10022 

► Everything’s Been Changed 
(3:47) 

5th Dimension — Bell — 338 


Special Agent Music with 
Tippy Music BMI c/o 
UA 

► Gotta Be Funky (3:15) 

Monk Higgins — UA 50897 
WRITERS: Higgins/Brown 

Spectorious Music — BMI 
18095 Karin Dr., Encino, 
Calif. 91316 

► Daytime, Night Time (3:07) 
Keith Hampshire — A&M — 

1403 

WRITER: Mike Hugg 


Stallion Music, Inc. 

c/o Moss Rose Publ. — 
BMI 

1513 Hawkins, P.O. Box 
46, Nashville 37202 

► The Lord Knows I’m 
Drinking (2:50) 

Cal Smith — Decca — 33040 
WRITER: Bill Anderson 


Stein & Van Stock — 
ASCAP 

► Touch Me In The Morning 

(3:15) 

Diana Ross — Motown — 
M1239F 

WRITER: Ron Miller 

► You Are The Sunshine Of 

My Life (2:45) 

Stevie Wonder — Tamla — 
54232 F 

WRITER: Stevie Wonder 

► Superstition (3:59) 

Stevie Wonder — Tamla — 

54226 

WRITER: Stevie Wonder 

► Keep On Running (3:14) 
Stevie Wonder — Tamla 54223 
WRITER: Stevie Wonder 


Stone Agate Music Div — 
BMI 

c/o Tamla 

► Together We Can Make 

Sweet Music (3:04) 
Spinners — Motown — 1235F 
WRITERS: Richard Drapkin 
& Martin Coleman 

► If You Let Me (3:16) 

Eddie Kendricks — Tamla 

54222 

WRITER: Frank Wilson 


Stone Diamond Music — 
BMI 

► Plastic Man (4:45) 
Temptations — -Gordy — 7129 
WRITER: N. Whitfield 

► Girl You Need A Change 

Of Mind (3:20) 

Eddie Kendricks — Tamla — • 
54230 

WRITERS: Leonard Caston 
& Anita Poree 

► Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone 

(6:58) 

Temptations — Gordy — 7121F 
(Dist: Motown) 
WRITERS: Norman Whit- 
field & Barrett Strong 

► Masterpiece (5:30) 
Temptations— Gordy — 7126 
WRITER: Norman Whitfield 

► Papa Was A Rolling Stone 

(3:25) 

Undisputed Truth — Gordy 
7117 

WRITERS: Whitfield/Strong 


Story Songs — ASCAP 
c/o Elektra 

► Could You Put Your Light 

On, Please (3:48) 

Harry Chapin — Elektra 792 
WRITER: Harry Chapin 

► Sunday Morning Sunshine 

(3:28) 

Harry Chapin — Elektra — • 
45811 

WRITER: Harry Chapin 


Sunbeam Music — BMI 
1700 B'way., NYC 

► This World (3:39) 

Staple Singers — Stax 137 
WRITERS: Shapiro/Fried- 

man 



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Ray Walter 

Sydney 

Jack Argent 


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120 El Camino Drive 
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Beverly Hills, Calif. 90212 
(213) 278-2343 

GIBSON & STROMBERG 
8780 Sunset Blvd. 

(213) 659-3565 

HANSON & SCHWAM 

9255 Sunset Blvd. 

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806 17th Avenue, South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 
(615) 244-1526 

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728 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Term. 37203 

MAGGIE CAVENDER 
ENTERPRISES 
811 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 
((615) 259-9322 

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801 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

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ENTERPRISES 
1908 Church Street 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 
(615) 327-0707 

DETERMINATION, INC. 
4004 Hillsboro Road 
Nashville, Tenn. 37215 
(615) 383-6658 

G. HILL & ASSOCIATES 
(Gayle Hill) 

901 17th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 
(615) 256-0435 

ROBERT H. HORSLEY 
ASSOC. 

226 Capitol Blvd. Bldg. 
Nashville, Tenn. 37219 
(615) 244-2740 


BILL HUDSON & 
ASSOC. 

(Bill Hudson) 

905 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 

(615) 244-8872 


IMAGE PUBLIC 
RELATIONS, LTD. 
(LaWayne Satterfield) 
822 19th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 
(615) 327-0160 


INFORMATION 
SERVICES 
(Paul Spelberg) 

1226 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37212 
(615) 383-4686 


CHARLIE LAMB 
ENTERPRISES 
(Charlie Lamb) 

111 Lyle Avenue 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 
(615) 329-9855 

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Box 3 

Belan, New Mexico 

NOBLE-DURY 
PUBLIC RELATIONS 
3814 Cleghorn Avenue 
Nashville, Tenn. 37215 
(615) 297-6591 


ONE NITERS 
(Jackie Monaghan) 

111 Lyle Avenue 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 
(615) 244-1145 
834-1521 


OPEN DOOR AGENCY 
(Betty Hofer) 

450 10th Circle North 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 
(615) 256-1646 


VEESON 

INTERNATIONAL 
801 16th Ave., South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 
(615) 259-3966 


BILL WALKER & 
ASSOC. INC. 

4503 Harding Road 
Nashville, Tenn. 37205 
(615) 383-3270 


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3rd National Bank 
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Nashville, Tenn. 37219 
(615) 244-9515 


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59 E. 54th St. 

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400 Madison Ave. 

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507 5th Ave. 

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BUDD PROD. 

Budd Hellawell 
157 W. 57th St. 

N.Y.C. 

(212) CL- 7-4896 

CEDRIC 
Bryan Hirst 
122 Water St. 

N.Y.C. 10005 
(212) 825-1855 

BUDDY CLARK ASSOC. 
350 W. 52nd. St. 

N.Y.C. 

(212) JU-6-5777 

BARBARA CHRISTENSEN 
PUBLIC RELATIONS 
65 E. 55th St. 

N.Y.C. 10022 
(212) 593-3370 

CONNIE DE NAVE & 
ASSOC. 

200 W. 57th St. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) JU-6-1330 

CONTEMPORARY 
PUBLICITY, INC. 

4 E. 74th St. 

N.Y.C. 10021 
(212) 535-9313 

BILL DOLL 
150 W. 52nd St. 

N.Y.C. 

(212) JU-6-8894 

MARVIN DRAGER 
420 Madison Ave. 

N.Y.C. 

(212) MU-8-1078 


CHARLIE EARLE 
250 W. 57th St. 
N.Y.C. 

(212) JU-6-4994 


JACK EGAN 
45 Wendover Road 
Yonkers, N.Y. 

(212) YO-8-7969 

888 ADVERTISING 
56 E. 53rd St. 

N.Y.C. 10022 
(212) 753-2250 

LYNN FARNOL GROUP 

50 Rockefeller Plaza 
N.Y.C. 

(212) JU-6-5777 

HERB FREEDMAN 
300 W. 55th St. 

Suite 9W 
N.Y.C. 10019 

CURTIS HENDERSON & 
ASSOC. 

52” Madison Avenue 
New York, N.Y. 10022 

JUGGY GAYLES 
67-45 E. 190th Ave. 
Fresh Meadow, N.Y. 
11365 

(212) 454-6593 

GANSHAW & PRESCOTT 
1472 Broadway 
Suite 51B 
N.Y.C. 10036 
(212) 581-3710 

RICHARD GERSH 
ASSOC. 

200 W. 57th St. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) PL-7-1101 

GIBSON & STROMBERG 
101 W. 57th St. 

Suite 2D 
N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 541-7585 

GIFFORD/WALLACE 
136 E. 92nd St. 

N.Y.C. 

(212) 427-7600 

GOLDSTEIN 
ORGANIZATION 
200 W. 57th St. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 581-3800 

GLENN PRODUCTIONS 

Ben Arrigo 

157 W. 57th St. 

N.Y.C. 

(212) CO-5-6585 

BERNIE GREEN 
1619 B’way 
N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) CI-6-4447 

GREENGRASS INC. 

595 Madison Ave. 

N.Y.C. 

(212) HA-1-8415 

REN GREVATT 
200 W. 57th St. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 582-0252 

GURTMAN-BROWN 

ASSOC. 

850 7th Ave. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) CI-5-4771 

DAVE HEPBURN ENT. 
1697 Broadway 
N.Y.C. 

(212) CI-7-2666 

MARTIN HOFFMAN, 
ASSOC. 

152 W. 58th St. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 247-4874 

IDEA PLANNING 
1700 Broadway 
N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 265-3337 

BERNIE ILSON 
65 W. 55th St. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 245-7950 

EDDIE JAFFEE 
140 W. 55th St. 

N.Y.C. 

(212) 245-7355 

HAROLD LEVENTHAL 
200 W. 57th St. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) JU-6-6553 

LEVINSON ASSOCIATES 
10 W. 66th St. 

Suite 12B 
N.Y.C. 10023 
(212) 595-3336 

PETER LEVINSON 
595 Madison Ave. 

Suite 903 
N.Y.C. 10022 

VICTORIA LUCAS 
ASSOC. 

1414 Ave. of the 
Americas 
N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 421-2586 

JIM MAHONEY & 

ASSOC. 

510 Madison Ave. 

N.Y.C. 

(212) PL-1-2060 

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127 W. 43rd St. 
N.Y.C. 10036 
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18 E. 43th St. 

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200 W. S7th St. 

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21 W. 58th St. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
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LARRY PENZELL 
501 Madison Ave. 
N.Y.C. 

(212) PL-9-3890 

BOB PERILLA 
250 W. 57th St. 

N.Y.C. 

(212) JU-1-5775 

ARTHUR PINE ASSOC. 
1780 Broadway 
N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) C0-5-7330 


PUSLIC RELATIONS 
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Saul Richmond 
151 E. 50ih St 
N.Y.C. 

(212) Pi-2-0040 


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250 W. 57th St. 
N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 586-0635 


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1674 Broadway 
N.Y.C. 

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675 West End Ave. 
N.Y.C. 

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598 Madison Ave. 
N.Y.C. 

(212) PL-6272 


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888 8th Ave. 
N.Y.C. 

(212) 765-1380 


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300 W. 57th St. 
N.Y.C. 

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110 E. 59th St. 
N.Y.C. 10022 


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\ 62 ll. 45th St 

N.Y.C. 10036 
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130 W. 80th St. 
N.Y.C. 

(212) 877-4849 


BILL SPITALSKY 
345 W. 58th St. 
N.Y.C. 

(212) 246-4280 


JOHN SPRINGER 
ASSOC. 

667 Madison Ave. 
N.Y.C. 

(212) 421-6720 


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663 5th Ave. 
N.Y.C. 10022 


THE THREE OF US 
130 E. 18th St. 
N.Y.C. 10003 
(212) 677-6904 


THE MUSIC AGENCY 
888 8th Ave. 

N.Y.C. 

(212) 765-2154 


TOMORROW TODAY 

320 Central Pk. West 
Suite 7H 
N.Y.C. 10025 
(212) 787-6621 


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Norman Winter 
200 W. 57th St. 
N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 757-1101 


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72 E. 93rd St. 
N.Y.C. 

(212) 427-4633 


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1545 Broadway 
N.Y.C. 

(212) 245-5587 


HARRIET WASSER 
250 W. 57th St. 
N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 582-1957 


MORTON WAX & 
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1650 Broadway 
N.Y.C. 10017 
(212) 247-2159 


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888 7th Ave. 

N.Y.C. 10019 
(212) 582-7373 



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305 - 983-1480 

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P.O. Box 775, Tyler Tex. 
75701 

► A Piece Of Paper (2:59) 

The Gladstones — ABC 11327 
WRITERS: R. Sellers & T. 

Russell 

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T. B. Harms Co— -ASCAP 
100 Wilshire B!vd., Santa 
Monica, Calif. 

► Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 

(3:15) 

Blue Haze — A&M — 1357 

Talivrand Music., Inc. — 
BMI 

1414 Ave. of Amcr., NYC 

► Cherry Cherry (3:56) 

Neil Diamond — MCA — 40017 
WRITER: Neil Diamond 

Tangerine Music — BMI 
2107 W. Washington, L.A. 

► I Can Make It Through The 

Day (3:51) 

Ray Charles — ABC — 11351 
WRITERS: R. Charles, D. 
Ervin, R. Robinson 

Tantrick Music BMI c/o 
RCA 

► Starman (3:59) 

David Bowie — RCA 0719 
WRITER: David Bowie 

Templeton — ASCAP 
c/o Dunhill 

► Black And White (3:24) 

3 Dog Night — Dunhill 4317 
WRITERS: D. Arkin & E. 
Robinson 

Three Bridges Music 
Corp. & H. G. Music, 
Inc.,— ASCAP 
c/o Chappell & Co., Inc., 
609 Fifth Ave., NYC 
10017 

► You Wear It Well (4:21) 
Rod Stewart — Mercury 

73330 

WRITERS: R. Stewart & M. 
Quittenton 

► Also Sprazch Zarathustra 
(5:06) 

Deodato — CTI — OJ-12 
WRITER: Richard Strauss 

Tora Dame Music, Inc. — 
BMI 

c/o MGM 

► The People Tree (2:32) 
Sammy Davis, Jr. — MGM — 

14426 

WRITERS: L. Bricusse & 

A. Newley 

Track — BMI 
200 W. 57th. Suite 810, 
NYC 

► Join Together (4:22) 

The Who — Decca 32983 
WRITER: Peter Townsend 

► Pin Ball Wizard/See Mee, 

Feel Me (3:23) 

New Seekers— MGM/Verve 
—10709 

WRITER: Pete Townshend 

► Giving It All Away (3:27) 
Roger Daltry — MCA — 40053 
WRITERS: Courtney-Sayer 

► The Relay (3:52) 

The Who— Decca— 33041 
WRITER: Pete Townsend 

Triple Three Music — BMI 
c/o T-Neck 

► Work To Do (3:11) 

Isley Bros. — T-Neck — 936 

(Buddah) 

WRITERS: Isley Bros. 

Tro- Andover Music, Inc. — 
ASCAP 

10 Columbus Circle, NYC 
10019 

► Woman To Woman (4:28) 
Joe Cocker — A&M — 1370 
WRITERS: Joe Cocker & 

Chris Stainton 

► Pardon Me Sir (3:27) 

Joe Cocker — A&M — 1407 
WRITERS: Cocker/Stainton 

► Space Oddity (5:05) 

David Bowie — RCA — 0876 
WRITER: David Bowie 


TRO Essex Music Int’l. 

Inc.— BMI 
c/o A&M 

► Midnight Rider (4:00) 

Joe Cocker — A&M 1370 
WRITER: Gregg Allman 

► A Whiter Shade Of Pale 
(4:10) 

Procul Harum — A&M — 1389 
WRITERS: Keith Reid & 
Gary Brooker 

TRO Hampshire Pub. 

Corp.— ASCAP 
c/o Fox Agency, NYC 

► Money (3:59) 

Pink Floyd — Harvest — 3609 
(Dist: Capitol) 

WRITER: Waters 

TRO-Total — BMI 

► Lucky Man (4:36) 

Emerson, Lake & Palmer — 

Cotillion — 44106 (Dist: 
Atlantic) 

WRITER: Lake 

Trousdale Music Publ., 
Inc./Soldier Music Inc. 
—BMI 

► Love Music (3:07) 

Love Music — -Sergio Mendes 
& Brazil ’77— Bell — 45335 
WRITERS: Dennis Lambert 
& Brian Potter 

►Keeper Of The Castle (2:44) 
Four Tops — Dunhill — 4330 
WRITERS: D. Lambert— B. 
Potter 

► Who Gets Your Love (3:22) 
Dusty Springfield — Dunhill — 

4341 

WRITERS: Dennis Lamb & 
Brian Potter 

►Love Music (3:42) 

Raiders — Columbia — 45759 
WRITERS: D. Lambert & B. 
Potter 

► Ain’t No Woman (2:59) 

Four Tops — Dunhill — 4339 
WRITERS: D. Lambert & 

B. Potter 

► The Runway (2:52) 

Grass Roots — Dunhill 4316 
WRITERS: D. Lambert/B. 

Potter 

20th Century MUSIC 
Corp. & Jobete Music 
Co., Inc.— ASCAP 
6464 Sunset Blvd., 
Hollywood, Calif. 

► Trouble Man (3:50) 

Marvin Gaye — Tamla — 54228 
WRITER: Marvin Gaye 

Tyler Publ. Co.— BMI 
P O Box 231 Tyler, Tex. 
75701 

► Nights In White Satin (2:20) 
Moody Blues — Dream 85023 

(Dist: London) 

WRITERS: Redwave 

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Unart Music Corp. — BMI 
729 Seventh Ave., N.Y. 
10019 

► I’m Never Gonna Be Alone 
Anymore (2:37) 

Cornelius Brothers & Sister 

Rose — United Artists 50966 
WRITERS: E. Cornelius & 

C. Cornelius 

► Don’t Ever Be Lonely (A 
Poor Little Fool Like Me) 

(2:58) 

Cornelius Brothers & Sister 
Rose — UA 50954 
WRITER: E. Cornelius 

► Across 110th Street (3:45) 
Bobby Womack & Peace — 

United Artists— XW-196-W 
WRITERS: B. Womack & 
J. J. Johnson 

► I Can Understand It (4:20) 
New Birth— RCA— 0912 
WRITER: B. Womack 

► Last Tango In Paris (2:50) 
Herb Alpert & Tijuana Brass 

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Bobby Bloom — MGM — 14437 
WRITERS: Jeff Barry & 

Bobby Bloom 

► Let Me Down Easy (3:09) 
Cornelius Brothers & Sister 

Rose — United Artists — 
XW-208-W 

WRITER: E. Cornelius 

► Dancing In The Moonlight 

(2:57) 

King Harvest — Perception — 
515 

WRITER: Kelly 

Upfali Music Corp. 
—ASCAP 

c/o Windfall Music Ent., 
161 W. 54th, NYC 

► River Road (3:06) 

Uncle Dog — MCA — 40005 
WRITER: David Skinner 

U.S. Songs/Blue 

Seas Music/Jac ASCAP 

► Close To You (They Long 
To Be) (3:39) 

Jerry Butler & Brenda Lea — 
Mercury 73301 
WRITERS: Bacharach & 
David 


Vanlee Music Corp./ 

Emily Music Corp. — 
ASCAP 

160 W. 73rd NYC 10023 

► Playground In My Mind 
(2:55) 

Clint Holmes — Epic — 10891 
WRITERS: P. Vance-L. 
Pockriss 

Vanleer Music Co. 

2215 E. 87th St., Chicago 
60649 

► I’ve Been Watchin’ You 
(3:00) 

South Side Movement — 
Wand — 11251 (Dist: 
Scepter) 

WRITERS: J. Van Leer & 
B. Rush 

Van McCoy Music, Inc. — 
BMI 

► On & Off (3:20) 

Anacostia — Columbia — 

45685 

WRITER: V. McCoy 

Vaudeville Music Ltd. — 
BMI 

► Jean Genie (3:59) 

David Bowie — RCA — 74-0838 
WRITER: David Bowie 

Vector — BMI 

► Alabama Wild Man (2:33) 
Jerry Reed — RCA 0738 
WRITER: Jerry Hubbard 

Vegas Music Int’l c/o 
Irving Deutch 
3143 Industrial Rd., Las 
Vegas, Nev. 

► I Will Never Pass This Way 

Again (2:41) 

Glen Campbell — Capitol 6566 
WRITER: Ronnie Gaylord 


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W&K Music/Islip Music — 
BMI 

120 W. Bayberry Ro., Islip, 
NY 

►Honky Tonk — Part I (3:05) 
James Brown — Soul Train — 
Polydor 14129 
WRITERS: Doggett, 
Shepherd, Glover, Scott, 
Butler 

Wahweh Music — BMI 

► And I Love Her So (3:14) 
Perry Como— RCA— 74-0906 
WRITER: Don McLean 

Warner Bros. Music Corp. 
—ASCAP 

6922 Hollywood Blvd., 
Suite 704, Hollywood 
90028 

► Don’t Cross The River (2:29) 
America — Warner Bros. — 

7670 

WRITER: Dan Peek 

► Sweet Lorraine (3:10) 

Uriah Heep — Mercury — 73349 
WRITERS: Box Byron & 

Thain 

► Zing Went The Strings Of 

My Heart (3.00) 

Tramps — Buddah 306 
WRITER: Hanley 

► Ventura Highway (3:32) 
America — Reprise — WB 7641 
WRITER: Dewey Bunnell 

► Cindy Incidentally (2:34) 
Faces — Warner Bros. — 7681 
WRITERS: Stewart-Wood 

►Am I Blue (3:43) 

Cher — MCA — 40039 
WRITERS: Grant Clarke & 
Terry Akst 

► You’re A Lady (4:45) 

Dawn — Bell-45-285 
WRITER: Peter Skellem 


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1810 W. King St. 

Owosso, Mich. 

A-N-L RECORDING CORP. 

4465 North Lincoln Ave. 
Chicago 25, Illinois 

ARCHER RECORD PRESSING 
6552 E. Davison 
Detroit, Mich. 48212 

ARROWN RECORD MFG. CO. 
5212 East 14th St. 

Oakland, California 

ARTREC PRODUCTIONS LTD. 
1688 Meridian Ave. 

Miami Beach, Fla. 33139 

AUDIOFAX 
821 19th Ave. S. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

BANABA MUSIC CO. 

2452-6 South Kedzie 
Chicago 23, III. 

BARD RECORD CO. 

66 Mechanic St. 

New Rochelle, N.Y. 


i BARNASY'S MADNESS INC. 

I 756 E 9th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

| BETANCOURT Ent. 

| 119 S. Sam Houston Bivd. 
j San Benito, Texas 78586 

| BESTWAY 
j Globs Ave. 
i Mountainside, N.J. 

j JOHN BRUft/iAGE 
P.O. Box 24422 
I Tampa, Fia. 33609 

i CADET' RECORD PRESSING CO. 

I 145 W. 37th PI. 
j Los Angeles, Calif. 

CAPITOL CUSTOM 
151 West 46th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

CAPITOL CUSTOM 
3061 Fletcher Dr. 

Hollywood, Calif. 

CAPITOL CUSTOM 
300 Brook St. 

Scranton, Pa. 

CAPITOL CUSTOM 

1 Capitol Way or Box 385 
Jacksonville, 111. 

CARTER WRIGHT ENT. 

6533 Hollywood Bivd. 

Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

CAVENDISH RECORD MFG. CO. 

5810 South Normandie 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

CENTURY RECORD MFG. CO. 

Poly Laboratories, P.O. Box 
Saugus, California 

CLARION RECORD MFG. CO. INC. 
1021 Ridge Ave. 

Philadelphia 23, Pa. 

CLARK PHONOGRAPH RECORD 
718 Wilhelm 
Harrison, N.J. 

COAST RECORD MFG. CO., INC. 
2846 W. Pico Bivd. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

COLUMBIA RECORD PROD. (TAPE 
DUPLICATOR) 

51 W. 52 St. 

New York, N.Y. 10022 

COLUMBA RECORD PROD. & TAPE 

DUPLICATOR 

630 N. McClure St. 

Chicago III. 60611 


COLUMBIA CUSTOM & TAPE DU- 
PLICATOR 

2990 West Grand Bivd. 

Detroit, Mich. 48202 

COLUMBIA PROD. & TAPE DUPLI- 
CATOR 

804 16th Ave. 

Nashville, Tenn. 37203 

COLUMBIA RECORD PROD. & TAPE 

DUPLICATOR 

6121 Sunset Bivd. 

Hollywood, Calif. 90028 

COLUMBIA RECORDS 

Pitman Plant 

Lambs and Woodbury Rds. 

Pitman, N.J. 08071 


COLUMBIA RECORDS 

Santa Maria Plant 
900 E. Stowell Rd. 

Santa Maria, Calif. 93454 


COLUMBIA RECORDS 
Terre Haute Plant 
1400 Fruitridge Ave. 

Terre Haute, Ind. 47805 

COMPO COMPANY LTD. 

2377 Remembrance St. 

Lachine, Quebec, Canada 

COMPO RECORDS (ONTARIO) (LTD.) 
3400 Montreal Rd. 

Cornwall, Ontario, Canada 

COOK & ASSOCIATES 
5905 W. Slauson Ave. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

CREATIVE SOUND PRODUCTIONS 

9000 Sunset Bivd. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 90069 


CROWN RECORDS 
9317 W. Washington Bivd. 
Culver City, Calif. 


CROWN RECORDS— EAST 

P.O. Box 176 

Park Ridge, N.J. 07656 


CUSTOMATRIX (COLUMBIA) 
Lambs Rd. & Woodbury Rd. 
Pitman, N.J. 08071 

CUSTOMATRIX (COLUMBIA) 

1400 N. Fruitridge Ave. 

Terre Haute 14, Ind. 


CUSTOMATRIX (COLUMBIA) 
900 E. Stowell Rd. 

Santa Maria, Calif. 93454 

DECCA MANUFACTURING 
Div. of Decca Distributing 
Route 30A 

G loversvi lie. New York 12078 

DECCA MANUFACTURING 

Div. of Decca Distributing 
Pickneyvi lie. III. 62274 

DISKMAKERS, INC. 

925 N. Third St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19125 

DIXIE 

631 Hamilton Ave. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

DUNN RECORD PRESSING CO. 
4756 S. Cottage Grove Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 

DYNAMIC LP STEREO 

900 Passiac Ave. 

East Newark, N.J. 

GAUSS ELECTROPHYSICS 
1850 Westwood Bivd. 

West Los Angeles, Calif. 


GEM CUSTOM 
(Formerly Royal Plastics) 
1540 Brewster Ave. 
Cincinnati, Ohio 


GOSPEL RECORDINGS, INC. 

146 Glendale 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

GRT (GENERAL RECORDED TAPE) 
1262 Lawrence Station 
Sunnyvale, Calif. 

HODGE RECORD MFG. CO. 

3208-16 So. 84th St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

HOUSTON RECORD COMPANY 

3318 Jensen Drive 
Houston, Texas 

IDEAL RECORDING CO. 

P.O. Box 861 
San Benito, Texas 

INTERNATIONAL TAPE CARTRIDGE 

663 Fifth Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 


JAY JAY RECORD COMPANY 
2456 South Kedzie 
Chicago, Illinois 

J. B. RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT 
1117 East Redondo Bivd. 

Inglewood, Calif. 

K0REUCH ENGINEERING MFG. CO 
1141 N. Highland 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

KAY RECORDS, INC. 

110 Bergen pike 
Little Ferry, N.J. 

KAY BANK RECORDING 
2541 Nicollet Ave. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

KING RECORDS 
1540 Brewster Ave. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

KISKI RECORDING CO. 

Box 116 

North Apollo, Pa. 

JAMES J. LEE RECORD PROCESS- 
ING 

9040 Culver Bivd. 

Culver City, Calif. 

LEWIS RECORD MFG. CO. 

307 East Beach Ave. 

Inglewood, 3, Calif. 

LIBERTY TAPE DUPLICATING 
1201 Pacific St. 

Omaha, Neb. 

LUNGMARK 
P.O. Box 116 
N. Y. Mills, N.Y. 

LONG-WEAR STAMPER CORP. 

36-41 36th St. 

L.I.C. 11106 

MGM RECORDS 
120 Arlington Ave. 

Bloomfield, N.J. 

C. P. MACGREGOR 

729 S. Western 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

MAGNETIC TAPE DUPLICATORS 
7925 Santa Monica 
Hollywood, Calif. 90046 

MECCA RECORDS 
920 3rd Ave. 

Seattle 4, Wash. 


MERCURY RECORDS 
35 E. Wacker Drive 
Chicago, III. 

MIAMI PRESSERS 
2819 N.W. 7th Ave. 

Miami 37, Fla. 

MIDWEST RECORD PRESSING 
320 E. 21st St. 

Chicago, III. 

MAGNETIC STEREO CARTRIDGE 
1604 W. 139th St. 

Gardena, Calif. 

MID-SOUTH 
1110 48th Ave. N. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

MILLER INTERNATIONAL CO. 

P.O. Box 45 
Swathmore, Pa. 

MINATO RECORD PRESSING CO. 
2667 Long Beach Ave. 

Los Angeles 58, Calif. 

MISSION AIDS, INC. 

100 East Montecito 
Sierra Madra, Calif. 

MONARCH 

4852 W. Jefferson Bivd. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

MUNTZ STEREO PAK 
7715 Densmore 
VanNuys, Calif. 

MUSICAL PRODUCTS COMPANY 
561 West 16th St. 

Chicago, 16, Illinois 

NATIONAL RECORDING 
2871 E. Ponce De Leon 
De Catur, Ga. 

NORMAN RECORD PRESSING 
1486 N. Fair Oaks 
Pasadena, Calif. 

OASIS RECORD PRESSING CO. 

275 South 2nd St. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 11211 

PARLIMENT RECORDS 
Box 341-A, RD2 
Parkesbury, Pa. 

PARAMOUNT RECORD MFG. CO. 
1314 S. Howard St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

(Cont’d on page 148) 



custom 

pressings 

by Bestway . . . where a promise is 
something special and has to be kept. 

Maybe that accounts for our fine reputation 
for quality and delivery when you want it 
(if not sooner). 

Bestway offers the most modern technology, 
equipment and facilities under one roof . . . 
from plate to completed marketable product 
including the preparation of labels and 
sleeves. Efficient warehousing and drop 
shipping too! 

A truly rapid custom service, accomplished by 
professional music people at competitive 
prices. Test us! . . . ooooh, do we worry . . . 
just as if it were a release of our very own. 

Bestway ( 201 ) 232-8383 

Bestway Products, Mountainside, N.J. 07092 

A Respected Name In Record Manufacturing Since 1945 


Cash Box — July 7, 1973 





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(in alphabetical order) 



And Far Less Creditors Than We Had Last Year At This Time! 


66 Without an iceberg 9 the TITANIC was just another boat." 


Far Out Productions Inc. 
Far Out management Ltd. 
Far Out music Inc. 
Spoon Productions Inc. 
War Productions Inc. 
War music Inc. 
Withers music Inc. 


Direction: Jerry Goldstein 
Steve Gold 


(213) 874-1300 
7417 SUNSET BLVD. 
HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA 90046 



PEACOCK RECORDS 
2809 Erastus St. 
Houston, Texas 


RAINBOW RECORD MFG. CORP. 
1041 N. Las Palmas 
Hollywood, Calif. 


RESEARCH CRAFT COMPANY 
1011 North Fuller Ave. 

Los Angeles 46, Calif. 


STARDAY RECORDS 
1248 S. Berendo St. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 


PEERLESS RECORD CORP, 
2320 W. Pico 
Los Angeles, Calif. 


PHONO RECORD 

204 Willow Springs P.d. 

Willow Springs, HI. 60480 


PLASTIC PRODUCTS 
1746 Cneisea Aye, 
Memphis, Tenn. 


PLASTYLITE CORP. 
333 North Drive 
North Plainfield, N.J. 


PLATINUM RECORDS, INC. 
1688 Meridian Ave. 

Miami Beach, Fla. 33139 


PRAISE 
Dept. C 

Stonebore, Pa. 16153 


RALEIGH RECORDS, INC. 
88i-7th Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 


RCA CUSTOM RECORD SALES 

6363 Sunset Blvd. 

Hollywood, Calif. 90028 
(213) 461—9171 


RCA CUSTOM RECORDS SALES 
1 N. Wacker Drive 
Chicago, III 60606 
(312) 944-3215 


RCA CUSTOM RECORDS SALES 
1133 Ave. of Americas 
New York, N.Y. 10036 
(212) 586-3000 


RCA VICTOR 

6363 Sunset Blvd. 

Hollywood 28, Calif. 90028 
(213) 461-9171 


RCA CUSTOM RECORD SALES 
800-17th Ave. South 
Nashville, Tenn. 37203 
(615) 255-5781 


PRC RECORDING CO. 

1600 Rich Road, 
Richmond, Indiana 47374 
(317) 962-9511 

REC-O-PRESS 

609 Great Southwest Parkway 
P.O. Box 1304 
Arlington, Texas 76010 

PRECISION 
70 Visco Court 
Nashville, Tenn. 

RECORD BROADCAST 
237 S. Bent Ave. 

San Marcos, Calif. 

PREMIER ALBUMS OF N.J. 
140 Delawanna Ave. 

Clifton, N.J. 

RECORD PRESSING 

145 West 154th St. 
Gardena, Calif. 

PRESSWELL RECORDS, INC. 
White Horse Pike & Bates Mill 
Road 

Anchora, N.J. 

RECORD PROD 
504 Fifth Avenue 
Nashville, Tenn. 

PURDY RECORDS 

1721 Broadway 
New York 19, N.Y. 

RECORDINGS, INC. 

1130 E. Cold Spring La. 
Baltimore, Md. 


we had a 3 MILLION 

seller last year... 

QUALITY 

(and it’s selling more this year) 



NiUMANM COMPUTERIZED MASTERING 
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SHRINK WRAP 


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is constantly selling superior 
quality pressings but won't tell 
anyone where he's having them 
pressed, chances are you'll find 
our logo f Vv ) on the runout. 


WAKEFIELD MANUFACTURING, INC. 

Custom Record Pressing 

602-252-5644 © P.O. BOX 6037 e> PHOENIX, AZ 85005 


RITE RECORDS 
3930 Spring Grove Ave. 
Cincinnati 23, Ohio 


ROMABA RECORDS CO. 
33 Thirty-Fourth St. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 


R. P.I. 

151 W. 154th St. 

Gardena, Calif. 

S. F. RECORD MFG. & MATRIX 
CO. 

1038 Taraval St. 

San Francisco 16, Calif. 

S & R RECORD MFG. CO. 

16508 So. Main St. 

Gardena, Calif. 

SAN MARCOS RECORD COMPANY 
1149 J. Bent Ave. 

P.O. Box 278 
San Marcos, Calif. 

SHELLY PRODUCTS 
220 Broadway 

Huntington Station, L.I., N.Y. 

SILVER PARK RECORDS 
286 Klnderkermack Road 
Riveredge, N.J. 

SILVER PLASTICS 
Southampton Industrial Highway 
Southampton, Pa. 

SONIC RECORDING 
B'way Ave 

Holbrook, N.Y. 11741 

SOUND OF NASH 
160 Second Ave. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

SOUTH OF NASHVILLE 
160 2nd Ave., So. 

Nashville, Tenn. 


SOUTHERN PLASTICS 
453 Chestnut St. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

SPARTON OF CANADA, LTD., 
London, Ontario, Canada 

SPECIALTY RECORDS 
210 North Valley Ave. 
Olyphant, Pa. 18447 


SUN PLASTICS 
900 Passaic Ave. 

East Newark, N.J. 

SUPERIOR PLASTICS 
748 Camp St. 

New Orleans, La. 70130 

SUPERIOR. RECORDINGS. CO., 
INC. 

1023 North LaBrea 
Hollywood, Calif. 

TANNER "N" TEXAS, INC. 
1422 W. Popular St. 

San Antonio, Texas 

TODD-AO 
1021 No Seward 
Hollywood, Calif. 

TOPS RECORDS 

5810 S. Normandie 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

TREND CUSTOM RECORDS 
575 Cherokee 
Smyrna, Ga. 30080 

UNION CITY PLASTICS 
716-22nd St. 

Union City, N.J. 

UNITED RECORDERS 
535 N. Fairfax 
Los Angeles, Calif. 


VIEWLEX INC. 

1650 B'way, N.Y.C. 


H. V. WADDELL 
231 W. Olive 
Burbank, Calif. 


WAKEFIELD 
1836 West Moreland 
P.O. Box 6037 
Phoenix, Aril. 


WESTERN CUSTOM 
16909 So. Broadway 
Gardena, Calif. 


WILDCAT RECORDS, INC. 
P.O. Box 207 
San Antonio, Texas 


WINDSOR RECORDS 
830 River Drive 
Garfield, N.J. 


STANDARD XERB RADIO & XEG RADIO 

415 Fourth Ave. S. 737 3rd Ave. Keystone Bldg. 

Nashville, Tenn. Chula Vista, Calif. 92010 


Complete Facilities for: 

LABELS — PRESSING — MATRIX 


ALCO RESEARCH & ENGINEERING, INC. 

6201 Santa Monica Blvd. 

Hollywood, Calif. 90038 




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on a 

fast track 


New In the TRACKMASTER line of audio tape equipment, Model PD400 Cartridge 
Duplicator offers advanced features for improved performance and reliability. 

• new head assembly design delivers unmatched performance, simplifies maintenance 

• rugged capstan with heavy duty bearings minimizes wow and flutter 

• dynamic braking is quiet, efficient, reliable 

• up-to-date modular construction and solid state throughout 

• proven quality components quarantee highest dependability 



Whether your production runs a few dozen or many thousands there is a TRACKMASTER 
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Ask for information on 
TRACKMASTER tape loaders, 
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PARSONS, INC. 

31 Olney Avenue, Cherry Hill, N.J. 08003 
809 . 424-1078 


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RECORD PRODUCTIONS 

APRIL WINE 
SEADOG 
DAVID I DEM A 
ROADHOUSE 
RALPH MURPHY 


BROADWAY 

"PIPPIN” 

and 

coming this year 

A GIANT NEW 
MUSICAL VENTURE 


SERIOUS MUSIC 

“OF MICE & MEN” 

Carlyle Floyd 

"SUMMER & SMOKE” 

Lee Hoiby 

“BLACK WIDOW” 

Thomas Pasatieri 

“GRANDBOY” 

Carlyle Floyd 

coming soon to the Kennedy Center 
"THE SEAGULL" 

Thomas Pasatieri 
early 1974 


EXCLUSIVE AGENT IN 
THE U.S.A. OF: 

B. SCHOTT’S SOEHNE 
G. RICORDi & CO. 

NOVELLO & CO., LTD. 

and others 


EXCLUSIVE 
DISTRIBUTORS TO 
THE MUSIC TRADE: 

E. B. MARKS 
LILLENAS PUBLISHING CO. 
MUSIC MINUS ONE 


BELWIN-MILLS MUSIC. LTD. 


MILLS MUSIC DE MEXICO, 



BELWIN-MILLS ITALIAKA, S.R.L. 

POP & SERIOUS MUSIC DIV. 

35 Soho Sq. London, W-l, Eng. (POP) 


Tenayuca 187-102, 



Via Berchet, 2 

16 W. 61st St. 

230 Purley Way Croydon, CR9 420, Eng. 


Col. Vertiz Narvarte, Mexico 



Milan, Italy 20121 

New York, N.Y. 10023 

BELWIN-MILLS FRANCE, S.A.R.L. 


BELWIN-MILLS MUSIKVERLAG GMBH 



EDITORIAL WLLS ESPANCLA, 

PRINTED PROD. DIV. 

5 Rue Washington, 


Hohenzollerndamm 54A, 



(Ediciones Qui r oga) 

Paris 8e, France 


1 Berlin 33, Germany 



Alcala 70, Madnd 9, Spain 

25 Deshon Dr. 
Melville, N.Y. 11746 

BELWIN-MILLS AUSTRALIA (Pty) LTD. 


EDIT0RA MUSICAL MILLS LTDA., 



MILLS MUSIC HOLLAND 

(516) 293-3400 

Universal House, Pelican St. 


Avenida Ipiranga 1123, 



P.0. Box 338 

Darlinghurst 2010, Sydney, N.S.W. 


Sao Paulo, Brazil 



Bjssurn, Holland 






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President: Peter Brown 

135 Central Park West, Suite 2N, New York, N.Y. 10023 

THE ROBERT STIGWOOD GROUP LTD. 

67 Brook Street , London , W.I., England 




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Jobete Music Company, Inc. 

Stein & Van Stock, Inc. -Stone Diamond Music Corp. • Stone Agate Music Division 
6464 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, California 90028 • 157 West 57th St., New York. N.Y. 10019 
(213)461-4121 (212)581-5420 


A division of Motown Industries. 


JACKET MANUFACTURERS IMPORTERS & EXPORTERS 


WAKEFIELD MFG. INC 
PO. Box 6037 
Phoenix, Arizona 

TRIA ENTS. 

815 E. Broadway 
Tucson, Arizona 

BAKERSFIELD MUSIC ENTS. INC. 
1223 N. Chaster 
Bakersfield, Calif. 

GRAHAM PRINTING & LITHO. 

1751 Fioradale 
El 'Monte, Calif. 

BERT CO., ENTS. 

1855 Glendale Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

CUSTOM RECORD MFG. CO. 

5810 S. Normandie Aye. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 


IMPERIAL PACIFIC PACKAGING 
CORF. 

1919 E. 51 St. 

Los Angeies, Calif. 


LOCATION REC'G SERV. 
2201 W. Burbank, Calif. 
Burbank, Calif. 


MODERN ALBUM OF CALIF. INC. 
PO 3ox 6999 
Burbank, Calif. 


GLOBE ALBUMS WEST. 
1211 ti. Western Ave. 
L.A. Calif. 


SHOREWOOD OF CALIF. 
1B55 Glendale Blvd. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 


COMLAN CREATIVE LITHOG- 
RAPHERS 
1653 Folsom St. 

San Francisco, Calif. 


KEYSOR-CENTURY CORP. 
26000 Springbrook Rd. 

I Saugus, Calif. 


LITHOGRAPHIC CORP OF AMERICA 
1501 State St. 

Bridgeport, Conn. 


RADIO PRINTING CORP. 
1501 State St. 
Bridgeport, Conn. 


KEN-DEL PROD'NS INC. 
Ill Valley Rd. 
Wilmington, Delaware 


ADRIAN ASSOCS. INC. 
6660 Biscayne Blvd. 
Miami, Florida 


THE MUSIC FACTORY INC. 
567 NW 27 St. 

Miami, Florida 


SOUTH EASTERN RECS. MFG. 
CORP. 

150 W. 29 St. 

Hialeah, Florida 


UNITEL 

2515 NE 207 St. 

North Miami Beach, Florida 


LOU NEITA PRINTING CORP. 

2785 Main St. 

East Point, Georgia 


CHEROKEE ALBUM CORP. 
PO Box 292 
Fairmount, Georgia 


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PRESIDENT 


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GEN. MGR. 


7250 N.W. 36th AVE. 

MIAMI, FLA. 33147 • (305) 836-4781 

A DIVISION OF CAMPUS RECORD DISTRIBUTING, CORP. 
MIAMI, FLORIDA 


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HAVO INT'L 

RAMSA 

THE FOLK REC. & BOOK CO. 

P.0. Box 30 

477 W. 27 St. 

P.0. Box 201 

Azusa, Calif. 

Hialeah, Florida 

Flushing, N.Y. 

CALIFORNIA MUSIC CO. 
2933 W. Pico Blvd. 

TONE DIST. INC. 

HABOR REC. EXPORT CORP. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

Hialeah, Florida 

8724 Third Ave. 
N.Y., N.Y. 

CREATIVE SOUND 
9000 Sunset Blvd. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

M&M RECS. DIST. INC. 
3010 Hudson St. 

Tampa, Florida 

HECTOR DIST'G CORP 
30 W. 21 St. 

N.Y., N.Y. 

FESTIVAL RECS. 
2769 W. Pico Blvd. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

MICROPHONE MUSIC CO. 
2077 S. Beretania St. 


HOUSE OF MENORAH INC. 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

57 E Broadway 

LINDEN DIST'G CO. 
929 Larrabee St. 

BALKAN MUSIC CO. 

N.Y., N.Y. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

6917 W. Cemarf Rd. 

PETERS INT'L INC. 

LYRIC SALES INC. 

Chicago, Illinois 

600 Eighth Ave. 

P.0. Box 20307 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL SERVS. 
413 S. Second Ave. 

N.Y., N.Y. 

M. STEWART & CO. 

Chicago, Illinois 

S M G DIST., INC. 
46-35 54 Rd. 

205 S. Beverly Dr. 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 

TDA INC. 

3035 W. 47 St. 

Maspeth, N.Y. 

SOUTHLAND RECS. DIST. 

Chicago, Illinois 

ALBERT SCHULTZ INC. 

291 Spinnaker St. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

ORBIT RADIO 
P.0. Box 1644 

116 W. 14 St. 
N.Y . N.Y. 

(for Export only) 

FESTIVAL RECS. 
161 Turk St. 

Louisville, Kentucky 

M. SLUIS CO., INC. 
15 Park Row 

N. Y., N.Y. 

San Francisco, Calif. 

MAR MATIC SALES CO., INC. 
1140 E. Cold Spring Ln. 

JACKS REC. CELLAR 
254 Scott St. 

Baltimore, Maryland 


San Francisco, Calif. 

ADELPHI STUDIOS & DISTS. 

DAVID STERNBERG INT'L SALES 


516 E. Indian Spring Dr. 

110 W. 86 St. 

RIVERA ENTS. 
1908 Mission St. 

Silver Spring, Maryland 

N.Y., N.Y. 

San Francisco, Calif. 

DANCE REC., CENTER 

WIN RECS. INC. 


1159 Broad St. 

858 Ninth Ave. 

RANTRA RECS. 
1136 Arapahoe Dr. 

Newark, New Jersey 

N.Y., N.Y. 

Santa Ana, Calif. 

PLAYETTE CORP. 
301 East Shore Rd. 

GAELIC IMPORTS 

MERIT DIST'G CORP. 
22433 S. Vermont Ave. 

Great Neck L.I., N.Y. 

3830 W. 25 St. 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Sunnyvale, Calif. 

SCOTT DISVG CORP. 
4245 Austin Blvd. 

ORWAKA DIST'G CO. 

PACIFIC MUSIC IMPORT & 

Island Park L.I., N.Y. 

P.0. Box 767 

EXPORT CORP. 

22433 S. Vermont Ave. 

AIRDISC USA 

Eugene, Oregon 

Torrance, Calif. 

949 Broadway 

AMERICAN REC., SALES INC. 


N.Y., N.Y. 

925 Arch St. 

MOZART EDITION INC. 
4 Mill Ln. 

ALECTOR RECS., LTD. 

Philadelphia, Penn. 

Armonk, N.Y. 

367 W. 34 St. 
N.Y., N.Y. 

KING EXPORT CO. 

Polyphonwerke 


15 N. 13 St. 

Aktiengesellschaft 

CIDI REC., IMPORTS INC. 

Philadelphia, Penn. 

P 0. Box 124 

176 Hester St. 


Bedford Hill, N.Y. 

N.Y., N.Y. 

SCORPIO MUSIC DISTS. INC. 

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Secretary of the 

Music Publishers' Association 


In the beginning a music publisher 
was a music publisher, a writer was a 
writer and a recording company was a 
recording company. That was the era in 
which a publisher took his song and his 
plugger who was almost invariably a 
pianist-cum-quasi-vocalist, to what is 
now called the a & r man and, if he 
liked it, the a & r man would say “Oh 
yes, I’ll give that to so and so” and the 


publisher went back to his office know- 
ing that, provided another publisher 
didn’t get to the a & r man with a 
better song some minutes after his vis- 
it, the song was on its way. 

But, today, the human demonstra- 
tion has been replaced by the demo — a 
disk on which lavish care and often a 
great deal of cash has been expanded. 
The demo goes to today’s a & r man 
who is very often a writer himself and 
whose recording company has its own 
publishing company. And, if your 
efforts meet with his approval, a com- 
mittee pronounces judgement on its 
commercial value. 

The subject matter is no longer what 
used to be called music — it is now a 


sound. Its life span is short and, if it 
catches on, very sweet. You have to 
watch the best sellers list very carefully 
in case it goes in and comes out while 
you’re not looking because the list in 
question is like the English weather — 
very changeable! 

Where there were a half-dozen or so 
private recording studios there are now 
dozens, all competing against each oth- 
er. In fact, many music publishers have 
their own studios and, in some cases, 
their own label which is either mar- 
keted through distributors or leased to 
established record companies who 
make their own distribution channels 
available. 


Affiliated 



RON WHITE 


RONNIE BECK BERT CORRI 



PETER PHILLIPS TERRY SLATER 


In 1969 EMI, which already owned 
the Ardmore and Beechwood publishing 
company, purchased KPM Music from 
Rediffusion. In 1972 they purchased 
Affiliated Music Publishers Ltd from 
Metro Goldwyn Mayer. Now EMI has 
(Cont’d on p. 4) 


Chappell 


TEDDY BOB 

HOLMES MONTGOMERY 

It was in 1811 when the original Mr. 
Chappel — Mr. Samuel Chappell — 
founded a small publishing house in 
London’s Bond Street, then an exclu- 
sive residential area, with two Profes- 
sors of Music, Francis Tatton Latour 
and John Baptiste Cramer. 

When Samuel Chappell placed an ad 
in the paper of the day to announce 
that "he had iaid in a complete assort- 
ment of music of the best authors, 
ancient and modern, as well as a vari- 
ety of instruments consisting of grand 
(Cont’d on p. 16) 


ATV 



GEOFFREY HEATH 

ATV Music Corporation, the Ameri- 
can branch of ATV's venture into a 
wholly owned and controlled publishing 
company, now assumes full and active 
operation under the supervision of Sa- 
muel Trust, president of ATV Music 
Corp for the U.S. A. His office at 6255 
Sunset Boulevard, Suite 723, Los Ange- 
les, California handles the administra- 
tion and exploitation of Northern Songs 
U.S. subsidiary, Maclen Music Inc. and 
other ATV-owned catalogues including 
Swenco, Comet and the newly acquired 
catalog Pamscene containing the works 
of Wayne Bickerton and Tony Wadding- 
ton. Working with Sam Trust in Califor- 
nia is Butch Parker and Fran Amitin. 

In addition, an East Coast division at 
1370 Ave of the Americas, New York 
has opened with Irving Chezar and 
Steve Love. Naturally, close liaison will 
(Cont’d on p. 10) 


Dick James 



DICK JAMES 


Dick James Music came into being 
in 1961 when Dick James rented two 
rooms in Charing Cross Road, hired a 
secretary and started to build a cata- 
log. Of course, Dick was no stranger to 
the music business, having been a well 
known singer with top bands of the 
day — Geraldo, Stanley Black, Cyril Sta- 
pleton etc. He actually made his first 
appearance in show business at the 
(Cont’d on p. 4) 


Burlington / Palace 

Burlington/Palace Music company, 
formed in 1955, was one of the first 
publishing houses to be formed and 
owned by a parent record company. 

The directors were Decca Director 
Bill Townsley, Decca Copyright Manag- 
er Charlie Axtmann and the late H. C. 
Lambert who was at that time Decca 
Accountant. John Nice joined the com- 
pany in 1955 and amongst their first 
hits were "Hearts of Stone’’ and “Reet 
Petite.” In 1956, John Merritt joined 
Burlington/Palace as assistant to John 
Nice and the catalogue was gradually 
establishing itself at the time that the 
London American label was flourishing 
through Decca. 

Some of the hits were “Red River 
Rock”; “Reveille Rock” by Johnny and 
the Hurricanes and “Four Miles of Bad 
Road” by Duane Eddy. Other songs 
which did not register at the time but 
have since become classics include 
“Tutti Frutti,” “You Send Me” and 
“Tragedy.” Through the efforts of Nice 
and Merrit from their New Malden 
office many valuable copyrights were 
being acquired which appeared not 
only on their own Decca label but on 
other labels as well, such as “Take 
Five” (Dave Brubeck) and Herb Alpert’s 
“Acapulco 1922” “Spanish Flea” 
“Whipped Cream” etc. and the first 
success with the The Beach Boys in the 
U.K. via “I Get Around” and “Dance 
Dance Dance.” In 1963 Merritt moved 
from the New Malden office to the Lon- 
don Embankment office. It was during 
the 1960s representing Tree Music and 
Four Star catalogues that they had 
such enormous success via such smash 
(Cont'd on p. 10) 


Page Full Of Hits 



TERRY NOON 


Page Full of Hits publishing company 
is closely affiliated to Penny Farthing 
Records, the company headed by Larry 
Page. Terry Noon is chief of Page Full 
of Hits although he has recently been 
made director of the recording compa- 
ny. After several years with Ambassa- 
dor Music Terry started the Page Full of 
Hits company from scratch three and a 
half years ago. 

(Cont’d on p. 10) 


Carlin Music 



FREDDY BIENSTOCK & PAUL RICH 


It all started with a music publishing 
firm called Aberbach Music, set up and 
owned by Jean and Julian Aberbach, 
with offices in New York, London and 
all around the world. 

In 1966 the Aberbach’s decided to 
sell off some of their companies and 
Freddy Bienstock, who was then gener- 
al professional manager of Aberbach’s 
New York company (Hill and Range), 
purchased the U.K. company, but re- 
mained in the employ of Hill and 
Range. He then left the company in 
1970 to set up his own firm in the U.S. 
Carbert Music and formed a partnership 
with writers/producers Jerry Lieber and 
Mike Stoller. Bienstock then bought the 
remaining fifty per cent shares in Lie- 
ber and Stoller companies which were 
owned by the Aberbachs and soon ac- 
quired a sizeable catalog containing 
(Cont’d on p. 10) 


Warner Bros. Music 



TONY ROBERTS 


It was decided to open an indepen- 
dent publishing company in the U.K. 
when Warner/Reprise Records began 
operations at 69, New Oxford Street. 
And so in July 1969 Warner Bros. Mu- 
sic Ltd. opened as a fully operational 
publishing company with very modest 
beginnings — one room in New Oxford 
Street, and a staff comprising Tony 
Roberts, general manager and Ian 
(Cont’d on p. 8) 






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You know us 

by names 
if not by name 

You may not know Affiliated 
Music Publishers Ltd You've certainly 
heard of Feldmans, Francis Day & ffunter, 
Keith Prowse Music Group and Robbins 
(in the U.K. and in many other parts of 
the world). They, besides being some of 
the liveliest publishers in the music 
business, are the companies comprising 

Yet although brought together, 
these companies retain their individuality 
Each is managed by a music industry 
personality with the knowledge, 
experience and enthusiasm to reach as 
many ears as possible. 

So why not join us? 

All together, we could make a lot 
more than music. 

write or call: 


Ronnie Beck, 

B. Feldman & Co. Ltd., 

1-6 Denmark Place, 

London WC2H 8NL. 

Tel: 01-240 1832. 

Cable: Humfriv London WC2. 


Bert Corri, 

Francis Day & Hunter Ltd., 
138-140 Charing Cross Road, 
London WC2H OLD. 

Tel: 01-836 9351. 

Cable: Arpeggio London WC2. 


Peter Phillips, 

KPM Music Group, 

21 Denmark Street, 
London WC2H8NE. 

Tel: 01-836 5501 and 3856. 


Terry Slater, 

Robbins Music Corporation Ltd., 
1 -6 Denmark Place, 

London WC2H8NL. 

Tel: 01-240 2156. 


Cable: Mauritunes London WC2. Cable: Robmusic London. 


for representation outside the United Kingdom. 
Fred Marks, 

Affiliated Music Publishers Ltd., 

138-140 Charing Cross Road, 

London, WC2H OLD. 

Tel: 01-836 9351. 

Cable: Arpeggio London. 


Affiliated Music .Publishers Ltd 

138-140 Charing Cross Road, 

(Entrance Denmark Place) 

London WC2H OLD. England 
Telephone 01-836 9351 



TONY HILLER 


Tony Hiller started in the music busi- 
ness twenty one years ago as a song 
writter penning such hits as "Lorelei” 
and "Midnight Tango.” Initially, he was 
a contract writer with Boosey and 

Affiliated (Cont’d from p. 2) 

four big operating music firms — Feld- 
mans, Francis, Day & Hunter, KPM 
Music and Robbins Music Corporation 
Ltd — each with its own executive head, 
running alongside each other under the 
overall umbrella of Affiliated Music and 
the overall control of executive director 
Ron White, and are one of the most 
important publishing companies in the 
world. 


Feldman & Co. Ltd. 

Feldmans was founded by Bert 
Feldman in 1896. He began in the clas- 
sic English tradition by running a music 
stall in Blackpool, the famous English 
seaside resort which saw the beginning 
of so many famous music publishers. 
Bert Feldman ran his firm until his 
death in 1945. He made the Westmin- 
ster Bank his Executors. They put in a 
manager and formed a limited company 
but in 1953 sold the company to Fran- 
cis Day & Hunter and to Robbins Music 
Corporation, New York, in equal shares. 
In 1957, Ben Nesbitt took over as gen- 
eral manager until earlly in 1972 when 
he set up his own company. Ronnie 
Beck then took over — the same Ron- 
nie Beck who as a young lad had 
worked for two years in the shop of 
Francis Day & Hunter before moving off 
to do professional work with other pub- 
lishers — thus proving that the music 
world is a very small world indeed. The 
Feldman catalogue contains tens of 
thousands of standard songs, which 
are constantly being brought into 
prominence again. A couple of years 
ago a song called “Two Little Boys” 
became a number one hit and sold 
over a million records. Similarly, “Good- 
bye Dolly Gray”, written in 1900, has 
just been re-recorded as "Goodbye 
Bobby Charlton” — commemorating the 
departure from the game of a famous 
English footballer. One of Feldman’s 
oldest hits is the famous "Nellie Dean” 
— others are "Alexanders Ragtime 
Band”, “Dinah”, “If You Were The 
Only Girl In The World”, “River Stay 
Way From My Door”, "The Sheik Of 
Araby” and so on, and include all the 
hits of the famous American song 
writer Harry Warren. The firm is still 
going from strength to strength. At the 
moment they have five albums in the 
American Hit Parade and a single near- 
ing the top of the English Hit Parade — 
“One And One Is One" by the group 
Medicine Head. Writers under contract 
include Wishbone Ash, Alan Clark, Deep 
Purple and Gallagher and Lyle and at 
MIDEM this year Ronnie Beck acquired, 
through a Swiss publisher, original 
material from an act called Duffy. Ron- 
nie Beck’s chief aim is to make big 
English hits all over the world — just as 
Bert Feldman did. 

Francis, Day & Hunter LTD. 

Francis Day & Hunter was formed in 
1877 by two young brothers, William 
and James Francis who had worked 
with Chappells and left to form a 
troupe of minstrels; Harry Hunter who 
ran a rival minstrel group for whom he 
wrote songs; and businessman David 
Day who was than working with pub- 
lishers Hopwood and Crew. The firm 

(Cont'd on p. 16) 


Hawkes but joined Mills Music as a 
plugger. 

After two years he left to form an 
agency with Peter Walsh but returned 
to Belwin Mills as professional manager 
in 1964. In October, 1970, he left Bel- 
win-Mills to set up his own publishing 
company, Tony Hiller Music, and now 
has a flourishing production company, 
producing acts like Brotherwood of Man 
and Union Express. Hiller has been 
very successful internationally with his 
own songs — "United We Stand” 
(Brotherhood of Man), “Follow Me” 
(Fame and Price) and “Sunny Honey 
Girl” (Cliff Richard) to name just a few. 
Hiller’s biggest hit to date is “Reach 
Out Your Hand,” which he wrote and 
produced for Brotherhood of Man. Dur- 
ing the last year, he also formed his 
own management outlet and manages 
Hogey Pogey and Brotherhood of Man. 
In 1972 he received the Ivor Novello 
and ASCAP composer’s award and was 
runner-up in the Tokyo Song Festival 
with "A Year From Now.” 


Dich James (Cont’d from p. 2) 

tender age of 15 when he sang with a 
local dance band. 

In 1953, with years of success as a 
singer behind him, Dick thought it was 
time he entered a more secure profes- 
sion and joined the Sydney Bron Pub- 
lishing Organization. There he re- 
mained for eight years, and during 
that time he acquired for the company 
no less than twenty eight hit songs, 
five of which reached the number one 
position. This, he felt, was the time to 
branch out on his own and so the Dick 
James Music Company was registered 
in Tin Pan Alley. 

Beatles Arrive 

The first year was rather lean but in 
1962 he made the acquaintance of a 
young man from Liverpool who was 
managing a group who called them- 
selves The Beatles. The man’s name 
was, of course, Brian Epstein. The 
Beatles also wrote their own material 
and so James, in February 1963, in 
partnership with Epstein, John Lennon 
and Paul McCartney, formed Northern 
Songs Ltd. The singles that followed 
included "From Me To You”, “Do You 
Want To Know A Secret”, “She Loves 
You” and recordings and songs in- 
volved with Brian Epstein's artists oth- 
er than the Beatles were Gerry and the 
Pacemakers and Billy J. Kramer and 
the Dakotas and Dick clocked up seven 
number one hits in seven months, a 
feat never equalled in the British Pop 
Business prior to that time. 

At last things were looking up and it 
was the start of the now successful 
Dick James Organization which now 
embraces the world wide output of for- 
ty nine companies whether in a wholly 
owned, jointly owned or managed basis 
including the work of many of the 
finest writers in contemporary popular 
music, such as Elton John and Bernie 
Taupin, Roger Cook and Roger Green- 
way, Shawn Phillips, Arnold Martin and 
Morrow, Don Black etc. 

Elton John 

As with the Beatles Dick James also 
had faith in another young artist who 
was to become a big international 
name. This, of course, was Elton John 
and Dick signed him to a publishing, 
recording and management contract in 
1967. As with the Beatles this paid 
handsome dividends because in the 
year 1971/1972 Elton John and the 
company received five gold albums 
each of which represented one million 
dollars worth of sales in the U.S.A. 
alone; a platinum disk for the sale of 
one million copies of the “Elton John” 
album and a gold disk for one million 
sales; world wide, of the single “Rocket 
Man”. In the U.K. two Gold Albums 
were awarded for 100,000 sales of 
“Rocket Man” and “Elton John” plus 
a silver disk for quarter million sales of 
the single “Crocodile Rock”. His most 
recent single "Daniel” has passed the 
million mark world wide. 

During his twelve years as a publish- 
er Dick James has had twenty seven 
Number One hits in the U.K. and in 
1969 he further expanded his progres- 
(Cont'd on p. 10) 


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Tel: 01-836 4864 

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For US A, Canada, Mexico. Suite 1200, 1780, Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10019 





italics M usicPubtishers 

FELDMAN (con't) 



| AFFILIATED MUSIC PUBLISHERS LTD. 

I 138/140, Charing Cross Road, 

| London WC2H OLD 
j Tel: 01-836-9351 

I INCLUDING: 

FRANCIS DAY & HUNTER LTD. 

138/140, Charing Cross Road, 

London, WC2H OLD 
Tel: 01-836-9351 

(Bluebird Music, Donna Music, Clinton Music, Four 
Score Music, Kevin Music, Magna Music. Redways 
Music, Sun Music, Owens-KPM-Plum, Young Music 
Ent. 

ROBBINS MUSIC CORPORATION LTD. 

1/6, Denmark Place, 

London, WC2H 8NL 
Tel: 01-240-2156 

(Leo Feist, Joy Music, Sammy Music, Greater 
Music, Gabby Music, Magnolia Music, Dupree Mu- 
sic, Peterburn Music, College Music, Doily Music, 
Boon Music, Cadence Music, Lancia Music, Land 
of Song Music, Leading Music, Contemporary 
Music) 

B. FELDMAN & CO. LTD. 

64, Dean Street 
London W1V 6AU 
Tel: 01-437-9336 


(Beacon Music, British & Continental Music 

Agencies, Charter, Film Music, Dean Street Mu- 
sic, Dix Music, Dreamers Music, Gerrard Music, 
Henrees Music, Hermusic, Jade Music, Kennedy 
Street Music, Herman Darewski Music, Manchester 
Music, Road Music, Yardbirds Music) 

KEITH PROWSE MUSIC GROUP 

(including The Peter Maurice Music Co. Ltd. and 
Ardmore & Beechwood Ltd.) 

21, Denmark 1 Street, 

London WC2H 8NE 
Tel: 01-836-5501 

(Ardmore & Beechwood Ambleside Music, Black 
Swan Music, Coppa, Coronado, Combine, Cooper, 
Elstree, EMI Film Music, Episode Music, Expan- 
sive Music Productions, Forrest Hills, First Floor, 
Gal I ico. Garnet, Imperia, Initial, KPM, Mac- 

Melodies, Mutual, Mariboro, Moss Rose, Peter 
Maurice, Keith Prowse, Nightingale, Reynolds, 
Pape, Sam Fox, Television Music, Tribune, Varda, 
World Wide Music, World Copyrights) 

AMBASSADOR MUSIC LTD., 

23/24, Greek Street, London, WIV5LG 
Tel: 01-437-7053/2160 

(Ambassador Seven Arts, Cash Songs, Davon Music, 
George Pincus, Hallelujah Music, Gil Music, In Music, 
John Lee Hooker Music, Pin Tar Music, RHM Music, 
Shifting Flowers Music, Songfest Music). 


f International Representation 

through 

THE BURLINGTON-PALACE 
MUSIC GROUP 

BRITISH ISLES 

Burlington Music Co. Ltd. 

Palace Music Co. Ltd. 

9, Albert Embankment, and 9, Albert Embankment, 

London, S.E.I. 

London, S.E.I. ! 

U.S.A. 

Canada 

Burlington Music Corporation & 

Burlington Music Of Canada Ltd., & 

Felsted Music Corporation. 

Felsted Music Of Canada Ltd., 

521-539 West 25th Street, 

2125 Crescent Street, 

New York, N.Y. 10001. 

2nd Floor, Montreal 107, Quebec 

Germany and Austria 

German Promotion Office 

Burlington Musikverlag GmbH., 

Sthanzenstrasse 16, 

Hohenweg 22, 

Hamburg 6. 

8211 Rimsting (Chiemsee) 

Benelux 

Italy 

N.V. Palace Music Holland, 

Edizioni Musicali Palace Italia, 

Vondelstraat 90, Amsterdam-W. 

Piazetta Pattari 1-3, Milano. 

France and French Union 

Australia 

Editions Music Palace 

Palace Music (Pty) Ltd., 

5 Rue Denis-Poisson, 

4th Floor, 

75— Paris 17 

381 Pitt Street, Sydney, N.S.W. 2000 

S. Africa Si Rhodesia 


Burlington Music Africa, 

Switzerland 

P.0. Box 6261 

Palace Musikverlag A.G., 

Johannesburg 

Badenstrasse 555, Zurich 

FAR 

EAST 

Burlington-Palace Music Orient Ltd., 

Burlington-Palace Music Orient Ltd., 

E 6 MacDonald House, 
Orchard Road, Singapore 9. 

1112 Star House, 

3, Salisbury Road, 
Kowloon, Hong Kong 

Scandinavia 


Spassi sssi Portugal 

Palace Music (Sweden) A/B, 

Nybrogatan 53, 

Burlington Music Espanola S.A., 

Box 5265 

Desengano 4, Madrid 13. 

S-102 45, Stockholm 5. 

LICENSEES 

Argentina, Chile, Uruguay 

West Indies 

Editorial Music Odeon 

Jamaica Music Publishers, 

A v Corrientes 485, 

220 Marcus Garvey Drive, 

Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

Kingston 11, Jamaica 

Japan 

Greece 

Mrs. G.T. Folster & Associates 

Editions Musicales Greco Phon, 

419 Hibiya Park Bldg., 

3 Karagiorgi Servias Str., Athens 126 

1-1 Yuraku-Cho Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo 

Brazil 

Chechoslovakia 

Fermato Do., Brasil, Ltda., 

1 Supraphon 

Avdnida Piranga 1123, 

V Palackeho 1, Prague 1 

Sao P3ulo, Brazil J 


AMMO-JAMES MUSIC LIMITED, 

Flat 1, 

10, Green Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-4523 

APPLE PUBLISHING LTD., 

3, Saville Row, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-734-8232 

APEX MUSIC LTD., 

12, Elgin Mansions, 

Elgin Avenue, London, W.9. 

Tel: 01-794-7191 

APRIL MUSIC LTD., 

1, Wardour Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-439-1845 

EDWIN ASHDOWN LTD., 

275/281, Cricklewood Broadway, London, N.W.2. 

Tel: 01-450-5237/8 

ACUFF-ROSE MUSIC LTD., 

50, New Bond Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-629-0392 

ASHLEY-FIELDS MUSIC LTD., 

61, Frith Street. 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-734-7462/3 
(Roncom Music) 

ATV MUSIC LTD. 

12, Bruton Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-499-0673 

(Northern Songs, Lawrence Wright Music, Des O'Con- 
nor Music, Channel Music, Bruton Music, Tic Toe 
Music, Pamscene Music). 

BIG BEN MUSIC 

18 Lancaster Mews, London, W.l 
Tel: 01-723-4499 
(Big Ben) 

BIG SECRET MUSIC LTD., 

147, Oxford Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-434-1575/6/7/8 
(Keyhole Music). 

BIRTH MUSIC LTD., 

138, New Bond Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-9681/2/3 

BOOSEY S HAWKES MUSIC PUBLISHERS LTD., 

295, Regent Street, London W.l. 

Tel: 01-580-2060 

(Anglo-Soviet Music, Boosey & Co., Cavendish Music, 
Edition A. Gutheil and Edition Russe de Musique, 
Hawkes & Son (London), J. R. Lafleur & Son, Rudall 
Carte & Co., Winthrop Rogers). 

BOSWORTH & CO. LTD., 

14-18, Heddon Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-734-4961/0475 

BOURNE MUSIC LTD., 

34/36, Maddox Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-6412/6538 
(Aeolian Music). 

BRON ASSOCIATED PUBLISHERS LTD., 

29/31, Oxford Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-437-5063 

(BVF, Anglo-Continental Music, Sydney Bron Music, 
Carrie Music, Coloseum Music, Debmar, Hit Songs, 
Mann Music, Marklon Music, Pitney Music, Oslblsa 
Music, Tony Hazard Music, Yale Music). 

BURLINGTON MUSIC CO. LTD., 

9, Albert Embankment, London, S.E 1 

Tel: 01-735-2692/942-7507 
(Palace Music). 

BELWIN-MILLS MUSIC LTD., 

35, Soho Square, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-437-7533 

(Mills Music, Multimood Music, Paradise Music, 

Double M Productions). 

THE CAMBELL CONNELLY GROUP, 

10, Denmark Street, London, W C.2 
Tel: 01-836-1653. 

(Berry Music, Cinephonlc Music, Concord Records, 

Cross Music, Dash Music, Evergreen Music, Harrison 
Music, Hournew Music, High-Fye Music, Gauntlet 

Music, Ivy Music, Montdare Music, Hans Sikorskl 
Music, Show Music, Starlight Music, Toad Tunes, 
Vinco Music). 

CARLIN MUSIC CORPORATION, 

17, Savile Row, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-734-3251. 

i A « b , a n US „ Music ' Ala " Price Music, Amen Music, 

A M.p. Music, Anita Music, Andwella Music, Arf-Arf 
Music Bee Bee Music, Benday Music, Bev Bev Music, 
Blue Gum Music, B.S. Music, Camad Music, Cardinal 
Music, Caspet Music, Chad & Jeremy Music, Con- 
tempo Music, Coronet Music, Dabe Music, Davray 

Music, Dawbreaker Music (London), Daytime Music, 
Design Music, Destiny Music, Eddie Tre-Vet Music, 

Earit Bird Music, Enquirey Music, Engel Songs, Eric 
Burdon Music, Escort Music, Fiesta Music, Fluke 


Carlin (con't) 


Music, Flugal Songs, Gamble Huff Music, Getaway 
Music, Gloria Music, Gold Disk Music, Harmarlene 
Music Helois Music, Hercules Music, Jack Good Music, 
Jetstar, Joaneline Music, Johnny Devlin Music, Kal- 
mann Music, Kenmoss Music, Kenny Lynch Music, 
Kevin Eggers Music, Knox Music, Lark Music, Kieron 
Music, Lee Hazlewood Music, Leiber Stoller Songs, 
Linvoy Music, Ludix Music, Manor Music, Marlyn 
Music, Miki Dallon Music, Maycroft Music, Miracle 

Songs, Noble Music, Oaktree Music, October Music, 
Penkane Music, Pulsar Music, Petermen & Co., Revo- 
lution Music, Roy Wood Music, Ryan Music, Sam 
Songs, Semprini Music, Slamina Music, Smooth Music, 
S.P.R. Music, Stratsongs, Shadam Music, Shadows 

Music, Stylus Music, Supreme Music, Tarot Music, 
Tim Hollier Productions, TJM, Music, Swansong Mu- 
sic, Tollak Music, Tollie Music, Toneshire Tone 

Music, Trio Music, Vicki Music, Warland Music, 

Waterlee Music, Zan Music, Pantryan Songs). 

FRANK CHACKSFIELD MUSIC LTD., 

"Allegro" Elm Walk, 

Farnborough, Kent. 

Tel: Farnborough 55509. 

(Eros, Medway, Senlac). 

CHAPPELL & CO. LTD., 

50, New Bond Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-629-7600. 

(Acuff-Rose Music, AI lienee Music Publishing, Anglo- 
Pic Music, Avenue Music, Ascherberg, Hopwood St 
Crew, Belafonte Music, Bondola Music, Bradbury 
Wood, Bregman, Vocco & Conn, Britannia Music, 
Carnaby Music, Chalet Music, Clarence Music, Chanter 
Music, Chappell Solomon, Commair-Chappel! Music, 
Compass Music, Continental Publications, Delfont 
Music, Edwin H. Morris & Co., E.F.D.S. Publica- 
tions, Empire Consul Music, Erie Music, Famous 

Chappell Music, Fancibird Music, Frank Music, Friday 
Music, Graphle Music, Grob-Chappel! Music, Hagen 
Music, Ipanema Music, Irving Berlin, Jewel Music, 
Joseph E. Levine Music, Larry Adler Music, Le Vien 
Music, Lissuar Music, Lowery Music, Maddox Music, 

Magic Music, Majority Music, Mander Music, Margo 

Music, Midas Music, Minstrel Music, Michele Music, 

New World Music, New World Publishers, Our Songs, 
Paxwin Music, P.K. Music, Patricia Music, Radview 
Enterprises, Rumbelero Music, Space Music, Spindrift 
Music, Springfield Music, Sterling Music Publishing, 
Stratford Music, Terry Oates Publishing, Valendo 
Music, Victoria Music Publishing, Walt Disney Music, 
Walton Music). 

J & W CHESTER/EDITION WILHELM HANSON 

Eagle Court, London, E.C.l. 

Tel: 01-253-6276/6947 

CRANZ & CO. LTD., 

1, Montague Street, London, W.C.l. 

Tel: 01-636-5171. 

COMPASS MUSIC LTD.. 

27, Grosvenor Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-629-1715. 

(Crazy Horse, Learoy, Limbridge Music, Tom Tom, 
Blaydel, Boulevard Music) 

MIKI DALLON MUSIC LTD., 

138, New Bond Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-9681/2/3. 

DANVER MUSIC LTD., 

Suite 34, Evelyn House, 

62 Oxford Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-580-8251. 

(Joper Music, Tomorow Music). 

ESSEX MUSIC GROUP. 

Essex House, 

19/20, Poland Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-434-1621 

(Butterfield Music, Cauliflower Music, Concord Music, 
Cromwell Music, Durham Music, Essex Music Inter- 
national, Fabulous Music, Greenwich Music, Harmony 
Music, Kensington Music, Key Music, Lakeview Music, 
Majestic Music, New Ikon Music, Romney Music, Rut- 
land Music, Standard Music, TRO-Essex Music, Tyler 
Music Writers Workshop). 

EXPRESS MUSIC (LONDON) LTD., 

Royal House, 

Vi, Royal Parade, London, S.E.6. 

Tel: 01-385-5660. 

FANFARE MUSIC CO.. LTD., 

27, Forest Drive, 

Keston, Kent. 

Tel: Farnborough 36-54491 

(Five Continents Music, Klynch Music, Le Bill Music, 
Mondo Music, Tin Pan Alley Music, Altas Music). 

FILMUSIC PUBLISHING CO. LTD., 

James House, 

71/75, New Oxford Street, London, W.C.l 
Tel: 01-836-4864. 

(Debonaire Music, Dominic Music, Jamsham, Pageant, 
Tudor, Young Artists, Zoom), 

NOEL GAY MUSIC CO. LTD.. 

24, Denmark Street, London, W.C.2. 

Tel: 01-836-3941. 

(Audley Music, Felicia Gay Music, Gavel Music, 
Larissa Music, Glebe Music, Nordic Music, P&G Music, 
Plantagenet Music, Pudding Music, Wednesday Music, 
Clover Conway Music, Maybox Music, N.W.R. Music, 
Magna Entertainments, Hazelmere Music, Two Four 
Music). 

HEATHSIDE MUSIC 

86, Marylebone High Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-486-4353. 

HILARY MUSIC LTD., 

1, Tilney Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-1892. 

TONY HILLER MUSIC LTD.. 

5, Denmark Street, London, W.C.2. 

Tel: 01-836-4897. 

INTUNE LTD.. 

10/11, Lower John Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-43-0312/5. 

(Tiger Music, Casanova Music, Golden Egg Music). 

(Cont’d on p. 8) 


6 Part i! — international Section 


Cash Box — July 7, 1973 



If you just happen to be whiling away 
some bird in the Smoke and you get it into your 
loaf to rabbit a bit about Music why not take a 
ball up West and point your plates in the direc- 
tion of 69 New Oxford St. Go up the apples (or 
take the lift if you haven’t got much wall) and 
there you’ll find Britain’s ace Music Publishers. 
Go in take off your Ima, park your khyber, pin 
back your Donalds and you can rabbit about 
music till your north aches. 

p.s. They also make a good pot of rosie. 


Warner Bros Music Ltd 69 New Oxford Street Loudon WCl England 


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ord Street, London, W.l. 


ISLAND MUSIC LTD., 

155/157, Oxford Street, Londi 
Tel: 01-734-9717. 

(Blue Mountain Music, Freshy. 

INTERS.ONG MUSIC ITS., 

14, St Georges Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-499-0067/8/9 & 0060. 

DICK JAMES MUSIC LTD., 

James House, 71/75, New 
Tel: 01-836-4864. 

(Air (Overworld!, Air (Mass!, Alto Music, Cookaway 
Music, Crystal Music, DJM (Distributors), Gralto 

Music, Gwyneth Music, Fiimusic, Jaep Music, Jamil 

Music, Josid, Lords Music, Love Songs, Maribus Music, 
Medallion, Nuova Music. Pall Mall Music, Santa 

Porssa Music, Shair Music, Spencer Davis Music, This 
Records, Wonder Music). 

JANO MUSIC LTD.. 

138, Mew Bond Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: Cl-493-9631/2/3. 

KANGAROO MUSIC LTD., 

258, Finchley Road, 

London, N.W.3. 

Tel: 01-435-4085 

KASSNER ASSOCIATED PUBLISHERS LTD. 

Kassner House, 

1, Westbourne Gardens, 

Porchester Road, W.2. 

Tel 01-229-3411 

(A.J., Bens, Bonny, City, Coslow Kassner, Cumberland, 
First, GLH. Gale 8 Gayles, Edward Kassner, Cedi 

Lennox, Success, Pan, Yukon). 

LUPUS MUSIC 

14/16, Bruton Place, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-629-1784 
(Lupus, Robin Gibb Pub). 

LEEDS MUSIC LTD.. 

138, Piccadilly. London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-3971. 

(Cat Music, Eugene Music, Groovy Music, Janice 

Music, Jasper Music, London Tree Music, M.A.M. 

Music, Melanie Music, Mr & Mrs Music, Rawlou 

Music, Spoon Music, Tangerine Music, Threshold 
Music, Valley Music, Williamson Music). 

LEMMEL MUSIC LTD.. 

Kings Court, 

2/16, Goodge Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-580-9506. 

LORNA MUSIC CO. LTD., 

5. Denmark Street, London, W.C.2. 

Tel: 01-836-4741/2. 

(Cinderella Music, Criterion Music, Lorna Music, 
Laurel Music, Mayhew Music, Pattern Music, Nome 
Paramor Music, Speedee Music, Woodside Music, Loner 
Music, Billboard Music). 


Jonjo Music, 


LOUVIGNY-MARQUEE MUSIC LTD., 

38, Hertford Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-5961. 

(Belsize Music, Blossom Dearie Music, Dolmyn Music, 
Pembury Music, Pop Gun Music, Famous Music). 

MARQUIS MUSIC CO.. LTD., 

37, Soho Square, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-437-9405. 

(Marqu'is Music, Misteltoe Melodies, 

Verulam Music). 

ROBERT MELLIN GROUP OF COMPANIES, 

24, Parkside, Knightsbridge, London, S.W.l. 

Tel: 01-245-9026/7/8/9. 

MEWS MUSIC LTD., 

Mews House, 33, Knox Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-723-4242. 

MORGAN MUSIC CO.. LTD., 

169/171, High Road, Willesdan, London, N.W.10. 

Tel: 01-459-7244/7. 

NEMS PUBLISHING LTD., 

Hemporer House, Hill Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-8873. 

NOVELLO 8 CO. LTD. 

Borough Green, Seven Oaks, Kent. 

Tel: Borough Green 3261. 

London Showroom, 27, Soho Square, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-437-1222. 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 

44, Conduit Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-734-5364. 

PAGE FULL OF HITS. 

4. Tilney Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-8873. 

PEERS MUSIC LTD., 

6, Denmark Place, London, W.C.2. 

Tel: 01-240-0891/2. 

LES REED ORGANISATION 

35, Soho Square, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-439-1755. 

(RAM Music, Hush-aBye Music (SA), Donna, Chapter 
One Music, Les Reed Music, Greenwich Gramophone 
Publishing). 

RICOCHET MUSIC LTD., 

12a, St. George Street, London W.l. 

Tel 01-493-1141. 

(Gnidrolog Music, Torbain Music, Baby Bun Music, 
Blue Ridge Music, Angor Bond, N. A. B. Songs, 
Rafferty Music). 

RIMUSIC 

Kings Court, 2/16, Goodge Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-580-9506. 

RINGMAKER MUSIC LTD., 

Suite B, 7, Charles Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-499-0173. 

MR. SAM (MUSIC LTD.), 

169/171, Willesdan High Road, London, N.W. 10. 

Tel: 01-459-7244/7. 




CARLIN 

MUSIC 

CORPORATION 

Once Again Britain’s 

Top Pop Publisher” 


FREDDY BIF.NSTOCK 

PRESIDENT 


PAUL RICH MALCOLM FORRESTER 

VICE PRESIDENT GENERAL PROFESSIONAL 

NTERNATIONAL MANAGER MANAGER 


1 7, Savile Row, London, W 1 X ] AE 
Cables-CarSsong London Telex 267488 
and 

C.M.C. RECORDS LTD. 





SATRIL MUSIC, 

Satril House, 

11, Little Newport Street, 

London, W.C.2. 

Tel: 01-734-7333 

SCHAUER 8 MAY, 

Lyra House, 67, Belsize Lane, 

Hampstead, London, N.W. 3. 

Tel: 01-794-8038. 

(Anton J. Benjamin, N. Simrock, D. Rahter, Muslc- 
verlag City). 

SHAFTESBURY MUSIC CO., LTD., 

24/25, New Bond Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-629-9255. 

SCHOTT 8 CO. LTD., 

48, Great Marlborough Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-437-1246. 

SCREEN GEMS-COLUMBIA MUSIC LTD., 

(A DIVISION OF CO-LUMBiA PICTURES CORPORATION 
LTD.) 

St. Margerets House, 

19/23, Wells Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-850-2090 

A SCHROEDER MUSIC PUBLISHING CO. LTD., 

15, Berkely Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-2506. 

lAnim, Arch, Bagimin, Bella, Godiva, Benco, Boscoe, 
Byron, Cat Mother, Emm Jay, Hed'ey S Songs, Hum- 
drum, January, Joans Bones, Joint, Jenji, Lassie, Lerita, 
Lorna Vista, Mile Wide River, New Spirit, Rebbeca, 
Raccoon, Sea Lark, Stewart, Nims, Wrather, Yameta). 

SHAPIRO, BERNSTEIN 8 CO., LTD., 

246/248, Regent Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-387-6192/3 

(Accolade Music, Aviva Music, Glad Music, Hit Fac- 
tory Music, Skidmore Music, Twangy Music, Veronica 
Music). 

CYRIL SHANE ORGANIZATION, 

69, Harley House, Marylebone Road, London, N.W.l. 
Tel: 01-486-4651/2/4886. 

(Cyril Shane Music, Cyril Shane Productions, Avemb 
Songs, Christabel Music, Kipper Songs, Saffron Music, 
Shanfidd Music, Shanklin Music, Supersonics Ltd., 
Pedro Music, Telescore Music, Tip Top Songs). 

SHEL TALMY PRODUCTIONS LTD.. 

8, Albert Gate Court, 

124, Knightsbridge, London, S.W.l. 

Tel: 01-589-6293. 

SOUTHERN MUSIC PUBLISHING CO. LTD., 

8, Denmark Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-836-4524. 

(Carter Lewis Music, Cedarwood Music, Donavon Music, 
Dunmo Music Pub’ishing, Latin American Music, Liber 
Southern, Meridian Music, Meteir Music Publishing, 
Mirror Music Publishing, Monique Music, Mo-st Music 
Publishing, Peer Internatio"al Library See-Saw Music, 
Southern Eastern Music Publishing, Southern Library 
of Recorded Music, Southern Monarch Film Mu-sic Pub- 
lishing, Southern Music Publishing, Spark Records). 

SEGWAY MUSIC CO. LTD.. 

65, Lower Lesson Street, Dublin 2. 

Tel: Dublin 63862. 

THE SPARTA FLORIDA MUSIC GROUP LTD.. 

155-157, Oxford Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-437-2468. 

(Angel, Ember Mood, Gloucester, Hal, Lorraine, Mark, 
Metropole, Monshana, Mood, Sharon, Sleeping Bunny, 
Soul, Sparta, Totem Pole, York). 


Warner Bros.(c ont’d from p. 2) 

Ralfini (appointed managing director of 
both record and publishing companies) 
soon to be joined by experienced copy- 
right manager Frank Shaw. 

Up until this time Leeds Music had 
handled the American W B Music Inc. 
catalogs under a sub-publishing agree- 
ment. This meant that the new British 
company had no domestic songs and 
would, therefore, have to make its mark 
in the U.K. One of the first major sign- 
ings was the group called, ironically, 
America, whose first single, "Horse 
With No Name,” topped both the Brit- 
ish and American charts, and whose 
debut album reached No: 1 in the 
States. The company also signed the 
now hugely successful Faces, the prom- 
ising Linda Lewis and, under a co- 
pubiishing agreement with Pendulum 
Music singer/songwriter Peter Skellern. 
Under an administration deal with Su- 
perhype Music, Warner Bros. Music 
Ltd. were ensured success with con- 
stant album chart-toppers Led Zep- 
pelin. 

Reps 100 Catalogs 

Originally, the company only serviced 
the catalogs of W B Music Inc., but 
now represents over one hundred 
American catalogs including those of 
Joni Mitchell, Stephen Stills, David 
Grosby, Graham Nash, Van Morrison, 
Randy Mewman, Jimmy Webb, Sly and 
the Family Stone and Jackson Browne. 
One of the largest American catalogs is 
that of Cotillion Music — the publishing 
company of Atlantic Records, which 
was acquired in 1970 and contains 
such varying writers as Otis Reading, 
Booker T, John Prine and Neil Young. 
More recently, the partnership between 
Warner Bros. Music and Don Kirshner, 
which started in January, 1973, is also 
proving very fulfilling with many cqm- 
mercial songs by such writers as Neil 
Sedaka, Howard Greenfield and Phil 


STAINER & BELL LTD., 

82, High Road, East Finchley Road, London, N.?. 

Tel: 01-444-9135 

(Galliard, Augener, Joseph Williams, Weekes, Be!t«r 
Books). 


THE ROBERT STIGW00D ORGANIZATION LTD., 

67, Brook Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-629-9121. 

(Abigail Music (London), Barnes Music, Brilllanl 
Music, Bruce Music, Bruno Music, P.E. Baker Music, 
Dratleaf, Montgrove Investments, R.S.0. Publishing, 
St. George Music, Marmalade Music, Throat Music, 
Venice Music). 


SUGAR TOWN PUBLISHING CO. LTD., 

12a, St. Georges Street, London, W.l. 
Tel: 01-493-1141. 


SUNBURY MUSIC LTD., 

1, Derby Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-9772. 

(Amazing Dog Music, Beautiful Music, Jayman Music, 
Very Good Music). 

THAMES MUSIC LTD., 

39/41, New Bond Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-499-5961 

UNITED ARTISTS MUSIC LTD., 

Mortimer House, 

37/41, Mortimer Street, London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-636-1655 

(Arsenal Music, Cambridge Music, Dominion Music, 
Grand Canyon Music, Galahad Music, Kama Sutra 
Music, Mapleoak Music, Mortimer Music, Pames 
Music, P.S. Music, Rogers Music, Starfire Music, 
Sticks Music, Proud Productions, Zel Music). 

UNITED MUSIC PUBLISHERS LTD., 

1, Montague Street, London, W.C.l. 

Tel: 01-636-5171. 

UNCLE DORIS MUSIC LTD., 

28/30, New Street, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire. 

Tel: Chipping Norton 2684 

UNIVERSAL EDITION (LONDON) LTD., 

2/3, Fareham Street, Dean Street, London, W I. 

Tel: 01-437-5203. 

VALENTINE MUSIC GROUP LTD., 

152/156, Shaftesbury Avenue, 

London, W.C.2. 

Tel: 01-240-1628 

PETER WALSH MUSIC LTD., 

74a, Kensington Park Road, London, W.ll. 

(Avenue Artists, Fenwick Music, Marsam Music, E. R. 
Music, Froggatt Music, Rare Music). 

WARNER BROS. MUSIC LTD., 

69, New Oxford Street, London, W.C. 1. 

Tel: 01-836-7744 


JOSEF WEINBERGER LTD., 

10/16, Rathbone Street, London, W.l. 
Tel: 01-580-2827. 


YOUNG BLOOD MUSIC LTD., 

138, New Bond Street, London, W.l. 
Tel; 01-493-9681/2/3. 


Cody. Chart success was immediate 
with Sedaka's record of the Sedaka 
/Greenfield song, “That’s When The 
Music Takes Me,” as well as their 
songs appearing on several albums in 
the album charts. A co-publishing com- 
pany Kirshner/Warner Bros. Music Ltd. 
is currently being formed to represent 
all tre publishing catalogs of the Kirsh- 
ner Entertainment Corp. 

From its beginnings the publishing 
company of Warner Bros, had been 
closely linked with the film company- 
publishing arranging and negotiating 
certain soundtracks for pictures. The 
appointment recently of Tony Roberts 
as European Director will strengthen 
this link on a more international basis, 
since the film company is increasingly 
more active in such countries as 
France and Italy. 

Warner Bros. Music Ltd. is headed 
by Tony Roberts, director, workinjg with 
professional manager Robert Dickins, 
responsible for professional and promo- 
tional activities and Frank Shaw, who is 
in charge of copyright and administra- 
tion. 

The intention of Warner Bros. Music 
Ltd. has always been to function as a 
complete autonomous company and, 
as such, has been very successful, not 
only via its association with the record 
company but also on many other la- 
bels. In a recent chart survey the com- 
pany was No: 2 Publisher and has 
featured during the past two months in 
the charts with records by Carly Simon, 
Faces, Nei! Sedaka, David Cassidy, The 
Jeff Beck Group, Alice Cooper and with 
the Duelling Banjos soundtrack single. 
Sheet music sales are also ever increas- 
ing with a current turnover more than 
twice that of the early days. In four 
years the company that once occupied 
a small room now takes up an entire 
floor, and with an ever expanding pub- 
lishing program, everything points to 
the future. 


8 Part IS - — - international Section 


Cash Box — July 7, 1973 



GERMANY 

TOP ten ENTRIES 

BEAUTIFUL SUNDAY 
7 DANIEL BOONE AY 

annabelle 

— DANIEL BOONE 

SUNSHINE LOVER 

— Daniel boone 

dreams are ten-a- 

PENNY A 

-kincade 


FRANCE 

TOP TEN ENTRIES 

beautiful su 

__ DANIEL BOONE 

annabelle 

__ DANIEL BOONE 


Hip 


DANIEL BOONE 


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1^°|' n sunsh^ 
■ L^NC^DBOtLE 

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BELGIUM 

TOP TEN ENTRIES 
BEAUTIFUL SUND, 
— DANIEL BOONE j 
ANNABELLE I 
^DANIEL BOONE I 


MEXICO 

TOP TEN ENTRIES 
BEAUTIFUL SUNDAY 

— DANIEL BOONE ' 

DREAMS ARE TEN-A- 
PENNY 

— KINCADE 




HOLLAND\>/ 

TOP TEN ENTRIES \ 

beautiful sunda 

— DANIEL BOONE 

dreams are ten-/ 

PENNY 

— kincade 


SSjS’gt'* 0 ' 


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ARGENTINA 

TOP TEN ENTRIES 
BEAUTIFUL SUNDAY 
— DANIEL BOONE 


MCE FULL OF HITS Ltd 


London W1Y2LE 
73-4-5 Telex25238 



Cs&rlin (Cont’d from p. 2) 


Dich James (Cont’d from p. 4) 


Great Britain’s Best Selling Sheet Music 

From April 1972 to April 1973 


Today Bienstock’s companies in New 
York go under the umbrella name of 
Hudson Bay Music while the London 
office, Carlin Music, administers over 
one hundred companies and is con- 
trolled by Paul Rich. Rich entered the 
music publishing business in 1957 af- 
ter several years as a singer with big 
name bands and in 1958 started Prog- 
ressive Music, which was the publishing 
outlet for Atlantic Records. When the 
Aberbach’s did a deal with Progressive 
Music in America whereby they wouid 
administer the company for the world 
outside the U.S. the deal called for an 
exclusive man to run the London end 
and Rich was selected operating Prog- 
ressive Music within the Aberbach 
building. Five years later Atlantic sold 
Progressive to the Aberbachs. When 8i- 
enstock acquired the U.K. company in 
1966 Rich stayed on and after one year 
was appointed general professional 
manager. 

In 1971 Rich was named vice pres- 
ident of Carlin Music and spent three 
months in America expanding the Car- 
lin Music catalog representation world 
wide. Carlin has proved to be most 
successful and since Bienstock’s ac- 
quisition of the company in 1966 gross 


sion by forming his own record divi- 
sion, DJM Records, which is the re- 
sponsibility of his son, Stephen. The 
process was further helped by Dick 
taking on the management of various 
artists and by the installation of a fully 
professional modern recording studio 
so that songs are written, published 
and recorded all under one roof. In 
April this year Dick James Organisation 
was awarded the Queen’s Award to 
Industry for export achievements 
based on the overseas earnings of Dick 
James Music which have increased six- 
fold in three years to £1,400,000. 

The company’s worldwide success 
has meant a continuing upsurge of 
trade within the export side of the 
record business. Most records are 
pressed abroad but in cases of heavy 
demand copies are exported from En- 
gland. All record sleeves are designed, 
manufactured and printed in England 
for export to foreign licensees as re- 
quired. 


earnings have quadrupled. From the 
start the emphasis has been on promo- 
tion and today Carlin Music has a five- 
man strong On average, they command 
twenty per cent of the Top 50 each 
week in the U.K. charts. Summing up 
the Carlin success story Paul Rich com- 
mented “Our chart record is our testi- 
monial.” 


MY HOUSE 
By Mildred Fields 

. . . The American home of a selective group of leading 
record and publishing companies throughout the 
world. 

Currentlyresiding: 

ATV MUSIC, LTD. /United Kingdom 
EDITION INTRO GEBR. MElSEL/Germany 
FESTIVAL MUSIC PTY., LTD. /Australia 
SWEDEN MUSIC, AB/Stig Anderson/Scandinavia 
VICTOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD. /Japan 

. . . and more 

INVITATION TO AMERICAN LICENSORS: At no 
risk, you .can make one local stop or telephone call and 
place your repertoire with the most active and 
aggressive companies overseas; companies well known 
for their success with American product. 


MY HOUSE IS YOUR HOUSE. 



Title 

Publisher 


Mary Had A Little Lamb 

Northern McCartney 

B 

Alone Again (Naturally) 

MAM 

B 

Mama Weer All Crazee Now 

Barn 

B 

Amazing Grace 

Essex 

A 

Me And Julio Down By 



American Pie 

United Artists 

A 

The Schoolyard 

Pattern 

A 

A Thing Cal'ed Love 

Valley 

A 

Mexican Puppeteer 

Ambassador 

A 

Beg Steal Or Borrow 

Valley 

B 

Mouldy Old Dough 

Campbell Connelly 

B 

Blockbuster 

Chinr.ichap/Rak 

B 

My Ding-A-Ling 

Carlin 

A 

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do 

Screen Gems 

A 

Oh Babe What Would You Say 

Chappell 

B 

Clair 

MAM 

B 

Part Of The Union 

Hawkana 

B 

Come What May 

Louvigny Marquee 

F 

Power To All Our Friends 

Big Secret 

A 

Crocodile Rock 

Dick James 

B 

Puppy Love 

MAM 

A 

Cum Gn Feel The Noise 

Barn 

B 

Rocket Man 

Dick Jones 

B 

Circles 

Ampar 

A 

Sister Jane 

Chinnichap/Rak 

B 

Get Down 

MAM 

B 

Song Sung Blue 

KPM 

A 

Goodbye T'Jane 

Barn 

B 

School's Out 

Carlin 

A 

Goodbye To Love 

Rondor 

A 

Speak Softly Love 

Famous Chappell 

A 

Hi Hi Hi/C. Moon 

McCartney/Northern 

B 

Sylvia 

Britlco 

F 

How Can I Be Sure 

Sparta Florida 

A 

Sylvia's Mother 

Essex 

A 

It's Four In The Morning 

Burlington 

A 

Take Me Home Country Roads 

ATV 

B 

Jean Genie 

Titanic/Chrysalis 

B 

Too Young 

F.D.&H. 

A 

Killing Mr .Softly With 



Twelfth Of Never 

Frank 

A 

His Song 

Butterfield/Essex 

A 

Vincent 

United Artists 

A 

Living In Harmony 

Mervyn 

F 

Wig Warn Bam 

Chinnlchap/Rak 

B 

Looking Through The Eyes 



Why 

Debmar 

A 

of Love 

Screen Gems 

A 

You're A Lady 

Pendulam/Warner Bros. 

A 

Long Haired Lover From 



You Wear It Well 

G. H. Music 

B 

Liverpool 

KPM 

A 





Page Full (Cont’d from p. 2) 


ATV (Cont'd from p. 2) 


To date, the company has some 500 
copyrights and has under its wing writ- 
ers such as Daniel Boone and Rod 
McQueen, Jim Webb, Pete Dello and 
John Carter through affiliated compan- 
ies. First copyright acquired by Noon 
was “Venus” by the Dutch group 
Shocking Blue which sold three million 
copies around the world. Since then he 
has acquired many valuable copyrights 
including, of course, the million selling 
"Beautiful Sunday.” 

Page Full of Hits has now been es- 
tablished in New York and although a 
lot of copyrights stem from the Penny 
Farthing record catalog Noon does not 
rely entirely upon this source and has a 
good working relationship with other la- 
bels. Noon is gratified that he has es- 
tablished Page Full of Hits internation- 
ally and had No: 1 hits in Germany, 
South Africa, Australia and New 
Zealand as well as collecting five ASCAP 
awards for “Beautiful Sunday”. Also, 
Noon has concentrated on Europe 
during the past year and has had great 
success on the continent. The Chelsea 
Football Team’s single "Blue is the 
Colour” as well as being a resounding 
success in the U.K. has also been 
adopted as the theme tune for other 
sport teams in Holland, France and 
Canada and has also been adopted as 
the theme for a TV commercial on Esso 
Blue. Noon also had the Canopy pub- 
lishing catalog housing Jim Webb com- 
positions and still represents Jama 
which has a number of Webb songs. 
From America he has Little Dickens 
Music which represents compositions 
from Poco. 

He recently had a No: 1 in Germany 
with “Dreams Are Ten a Penny” and 
Page Full of Hits copyrights have sold 
over one million in that territory. After 
his European success Noon’s aim is to 
break into the American market having 
made considerable inroads there with 
the success of “Beautiful Sunday.” He 
has European representation of Edward 
Bear, a Canadian group who hit in the 
States with “Last Song." Latest success 
for Page Full of Hits is the single “Over 
and Over” by The James Boys — 
Britain's answer to David Cassidy and 
The Osmonds — which hit hard on the 
international scene. 


Burlington (Cont’d from p. 2) 

hits as “King of the Road,” “Green 
Green Grass of Home,” "England 
Swings,” "Release Me” and “Am I That 
Easy to Forget.” 

It was round about this time that 
Burlington/Palace were finding that the 
country catalogs of Nashville were a 
very rich source of copyrights and they 
took over the handling of the Jim Ree- 
ves group of companies and continued 
to have hit after hit with his songs, 
with such perennials as "Welcome to 
My World.” "I Won’t Forget You,” “The 
Race is On” and "Mohair Sam,” Fur- 
ther country catalogs acquired were 
Bluecrest and Cireco Music, which at 
that time was an off-shoot of Fantasy 
Records of San Francisco who had two 
contract writers Wild and Green. 

These writers became more well 
known during the time of Burlington’s 
control of this catalog as Tom and 
John Fogerty. John Fogerty became 


be maintained between the American 
offices and London’s ATV Music Ltd, 
which encompasses such voluminous 
catalogs as Northern Songs Ltd., 
Lawrence Wright Music and Welbeck 
Music. London’s ATV Music Ltd. is also 
affiliated with McCartney Music, which 
houses the songs of Paul and Linda 
McCartney and which has consistently 
entered the Top Ten charts worldwide 
with new works including “Hi Hi/C 
Moon”; "Mary Had a Little Lamb,” 

“My Love” and their most recent al- 
bum chartbuster "Red Rose Speed- 
way.” Since the inauguration of ATV 
Music Ltd. at the beginning of 1973 
several valuable catalogs have been se- 4 
cured. Geoff Stephens, composer of 
such standards as "Winchester Cathe- 
dral” and “Daddy, Don’t You Walk So 
Fast” has placed his Swiss-based Tic 
Toe Music catalogue with ATV Music 
for worldwide representation. Milt 
Okun, producer of John Denver and 
Mary Travers, among others, has in- 
vested his Cherry Lane Music catalogue j 
to ATV for the U.K. This includes some 
of the finest folk and popular music 
written in the past decade. Olivia New- 
ton-John promptly sold over 130,000 
singles with her recording of the Cherry 
Lane classic "Take Me Home Country 
Roads.” 

ATV’s core of writers also include 
Lynsey de Paul who shot into interna- 
tional stardom in Europe, Australia and 
Japan with her hits "Sugar Me” and 
“Getting a Drag” and the talents of 
Wayne Bickerton, Tony Waddington, 

Eddie Seago, Des O'Connor, Cyril Or- 
nadel, Paul Ryan, Ron Roker, Barry 
Green, David Jordan, Georgio Moroder 
and Pete Bellotti. ATV Music has re- 
cently enjoyed tremendous success 
with two different double album ven- 
tures .‘‘Music From the Strauss Fami- 
ly" by the London Symphony Orchestra 
under the direction of Cyril Ornadel re- 
ceived the unprecedented accolade of a 
gold album to a classical recording for 
sales in excess of 100,000. EMI’s long 
anticipated re-packaging of the Beatles 
songs into two double albums has, 
within a few weeks of release, been 
awarded gold albums both here and in 
the United States. In London ATV Mu- 
sic Ltd. is headed by Geoffrey Heath. 

one of the great writers of the late 60s 
and early 70s through Creedence Clear- 
water Revival for whom he wrote such < 
blockbusters as “Proud Mary,” "Bad 
Moon Rising,” "Down on the Corner” 
and many many more. While successful 
in the rock market the company did 
not neglect the middle-of-the-road mar- 
ket and notched up such hits as "Clas- 
sical Gas” and "Cinderella Rockafella.” 

The next move in the Burlington/Pal- 
ace expansion was to form its wholly 
owned companies in all the major mu- 
sic territories of the world and they 
now have fourteen offices in various 
territories. One of the main benefits of 
this type of formation is that Burling- 
ton/Palace Music was the first company 
who were able to offer royalty rates at 
source when handling deals for territo- 
ries other than the United Kingdom 
with American companies and whilst in 
the early days this type of set up was 
not seen as a viable situation it has, 

(Cont’d on p. 18) 


10 Part II — - International Section 


Cash Box — July 7, 1973 



AT V- Music 


ATV MUSIC CORPORATION 


ATV MUSIC LIMITED 


6255 Sunset Blvd. 

Suite 723 

Hollywood, California 90028 
213-462-6933 


12 Bruton Street 
London W1X 7AH 
United Kingdom 
01-499-0673 


Samuel Trust president 
Wyman (Butch) Parker 
Cliffie Stone 


Geoffrey Heath 
Len Beadle 
Ed Levy 
David Wright 


MANAGING DIRECTOR 


GENERAL MANAGER 


PROFESSIONAL MANAGER 


PROMOTION MANAGER 


1370 Avenue of the Americas 
New York, New York 10019 
212-245-0380 


BRUTON MUSIC LTD. 

BLYTHWOOD MUSIC LTD. 

CHERRY LANE MUSIC 
CHANNEL MUSIC LTD. 

DES O’CONNOR MUSIC LTD. 

EARLY MORNING MUSIC 
LAWRENCE WRIGHT MUSIC CO. LTD 
MOOSE MUSIC 
NORTHERN SONGS LTD. 

PAMSCENE MUSIC LTD. 

RYAN MUSIC LTD. 
SUMMERLEA/LAPAPALA MUSIC 
THANK YOU MUSIC LTD. 

TIC TOC MUSIC S.A. 

UNDERWATER MUSIC 
YISGAV MUSIC LTD. 


Irving Chezar 
Steve Love 


ATV MUSIC CORP. 
WELBECK MUSIC CORP. 
COMET MUSIC CORP. 
MACLEN MUSIC INC. 
PAMSCENE MUSIC CORP 
SWENCO MUSIC CORP. 






S BEAT BRITAIN’S MILLION SELLERS 


A Groovy Kind Of Love 
Bend It 


Fontana 

Fontana 


PRE-196! 

GOLD DISK AWARDS 


Diana 


Paul Anka 

Columbia 

Let's Have A Party 


Winifred Atwell 

Philips 

Petite Fleur 


Chris Barber 

Pye 

Mary's Boy Child 


Harry Belafonte 

RCA 

0 Mein Papa 


Eddie Calvert 

Columbia 

Limelight 


Frank Chacksfield 

Decca 

What Do You Want To Make 
Those Eyes At Me For 


Emiie Ford 

Pye 

Rock Around The Clock 


Bii! Haiey 

Brunswick 

We Will Make Love 


Russ Hamilton. 

Oriole 

Harry Lime Theme 


Anton Karas 

Decca 

He's Got The Whole World In 

His Hands 

Laurie London 

Parlophone 

Auf Wiederscherf 


Vera Lynn 

Decca 

Charmaine 


Mantovani 

Decca 

It's Now Or Never 


Elvis Presley 

RCA 

Living Doll 


Cliff Richard 

Columbia 

Freight Train 


Nancy Whiskey 

Oriole 

Cara Mia 


David Whitfield 

Decca 

Apache 


1961-1962 

The Shadows 

Columbia 

Are You Sure 


The Allisons 

Fontana 

Does Your Chewing Gum Lose 

Its Flavor 

Lonnie Donegan 

Pye 

Midnight in Moscow 


Kenny Ball 

Pye 

Stranger On The Shore 


Acker Bilk 

Columbia 

The Young Ones 


Cliff Richard 

Columbia 

! Remember You 


1962-1963 

Frank Ifield 

Columbia 

Teistar 


The Tornadoes 

Decca 

Lovesick Blues 


Frank Ifield 

Columbia 

A World Without Love 


1963-1964 

Peter & Gordon 

Columbia 

Bachelor Boy/The Next Time 


Cliff Richard 

Columbia 

Bits & Pieces 


Dave Clark Five 

Columbia 

Can't Buy Me Love 


The Beatles 

Parlophone 

Diane 


The Bachelors 

Decca 

Glad All Over 


Dave Clark Five 

Columbia 

I Want To Hold Your Hand 


The Beatles 

Parlophone 

Lucky Lips 


Cliff Richard 

Columbia 

Lovesick Blues 


Frank Ifield 

Columbia 

Little Children 


Billy J. Kramer 

Parlophone 

Needles And Pins 


The Searchers 

Pye 

She Loves You 


The Beatles 

Parlophone 

L.P. awarded to The 

Beatles for million sales of their Parlophone L.P. "With The 

Beatles." 

Do Wah Diddy Diddy 


1964-1965 

Manfred Mann 

H.M.V. 

Downtown 


Petula Clark 

Pye 

Have I The Right 


The Honeycombs 

Pye 

I'll Never Find Another You 


The Seekers 

Columbia 

I Feel Fine 


The Beatles 

Parlophone 

My Boy Lollipop 


Millie 

Fontana 

You Really Got Me 


The Kinks 

Pye 

Glad All Over 


1965-1966 

Dave Clark Five 

Columbia 

Tears 


Ken Dodd 

Columbia 

The Carnival Is Over 


The Seekers 

Columbia 

We Can Work It Out 


The Beatles 

Parlophone 


1966-1967 


Green Green Grass Of Home 
Puppet On A String 
Release Me 

Send It On Home To Me 

Wild Thing 

Winchester Cathedral 

You Don't Have To Say You Love Me 


Baby Now That I've Found You 

Georgy Girl 

Lady Godiva 

Massachusetts 

Might Quinn 

Puppet On A String 

The Last Waltz 

Silence Is Golden 


Build Me Up Buttercup 
Ballard Of Bonnie & Clyde 
Congratulations 
Delilah 

It's Not Unusual 


Love Grows 


All Right Now 
In The Summertime 
Israelites 
Lady D'arbanville 


*A Nod's as Good as a Wink 
’'America 
Coco 

Come What May 
’'Friends 

I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing 
'Low Spark of High Heeled Boys 
Maggie May/Reason to Believe 
‘Madman Across the Water 
Over and Over 

Reflections 

Paranoid 

Son of my Father 
‘Teaser and the Firecat 
‘Tumbleweed Connection 

‘Album sellers 


Amazing Grace 
Can't Keep It In 
‘Catch Bull At Fout 
Daniel 

‘Don't Shoot Me I'm Only The Piano Player 
“Elton John Album 
‘ Honky Chateau 
Madman Across The Water 
‘Magicians Birthday 
Never A Dull Moment 
Poppa Joe 
Rocket Man 

‘Shoot Out At The Fantasy Factory 
‘Trilogy 
Wig Warn Bam 
‘Ziggy Stardust 

‘Albums “Platinum albums 


The Mindbenders 
Dave, Dee, Dozy, Beaky, 

Mick and Tich 

Tom Jones Decca 

Sandie Shaw p ye 

Engelbert Humperdinck Decca 

Spencer Davis Fontana 

The Troggs Fontana 

New Vaudeville Band Fontana 

Dusty Springfield Philips 

1967 - 1968 

The Foundations Pye 

The Seekers Columbia 

Peter and Gordon Parlophone 

The Bee Gees Poiydor 

Manfred Mann Fontana 

Sandie Shaw Pye 

Engelbert Humperdinck Decca 

The Tremeloes CBS 

1968 - 1969 

The Foundations Pye 

Georgie Fame CBS 

Cliff Richard Columbia 

Tom Jones Decca 

Tom Jones Decca 

1969 - 1970 

Edison Lighthouse Bell 

1970 - 1971 

Free Island 

Mungo Jerry Dawn 

Desmond Dekker Troian 

Cat Stevens Island 

1971 - 1972 

The Faces Warner Bros. 

America Warner Bros. 

The Sweet rca 

Vicky Leandros Philips 

Elton John Paramount 

New Seekers Poiydor 

Traffic Island 

Rod Stewart Mercury 

Elton John djm 

Nana Mouskouri Philips 

Marmalade Decca 

Black Sabbath Vertigo 

Chicory Tip CBS 

Cat Stevens island 

Elton John DJM 

1972 - 1973 

Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Band RCA 

Cat Stevens Island 

Cat Stevens Island 

Elton John OJM 

Elton John DJM 

Elton John DJM 

Elton John DJM 

Elton John DJM 

Uriah Heep Bronze 

Rod Stewart Mercury 

Sweet RCA 

Elton John DJM 

Traffic island 

Emerson Lake & Palmer Island 

Sweet RCA 

David Bowie RCA 



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Young Blood Records 
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138 NEW BOND STREET, LONDON W1 Y9FB TEL : 01-493 9681/2/3 


12 Part I! — international Section 


Cash Box — July 7, 1973 



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This symbol is 

being seen all over the world this year. 
1973 marks the 75th anniversary 
of EMI's international recording achievements. 
Back in 1898 The Gramophone 
Company Limited (EMI’s oldest subsidiary) 
was originally formed. And since that time 
EMI has become a worldwide industry leader, 
producing records and tapes in over 
30 countries for distribution and sale 
in virtually every territory. 

So look out for this symbol. 

It stands for a great deal in recorded music. 
And it promises a great deal 
in the years to come. 


EMI Limited 


London England 


International leaders in electronics, records and entertainment 


GREAT BRITAIN’S RECOB &NVFACTVRERS 


A & M RECORDS LTD., 

Steinway Hall, 
i/2. St. George Street, 

London, W.l, 

Tei: 01-493-8681 

Man Oir: Derek Green 

Labels: A & M, Ode, Sussex, Shelter. 

APPLE CORPS LTD,, 

3, Savilie Row, 

London, W.l. 

Directors: John Lennon, George Harris*!? 
Label: Apple 

ARGO RECORD COMPANY 
115, Fulham Road, 

London. S.W.3. 

Tel: 01-589-5293 
Managing Director: N. J. Uslll 
Label: Argo 

AURORA INTERNATIONAL 
15, Berkeley Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-2506 
Label: Aurora 


AVENUE RECORDINGS LTD., 

203, Chingtord Mount Road, 

London, E.4. 

Tel: 01-524-1341/2/3 
Managing Director: G.C.N. Melville 
Labels: Avenue, Forest 

B & C RECORDS LTD., 

37, Soho Square, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-434-1351 

Managing Director: Lee Gopthal 

Labels: Action, Big Shot, Charisma, Mooncrest, Horse 

Peg, Trojan 


BELL RECORDS 

3, Charles Street, 

Berkeley Square, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-0673 
General Manager: Dick Leahy 
Label: Bell 


BLUE HORIZON RECORDS LTD., 

28/30, New Street 
Chipping Norton, 

Oxfordshire. 

Tel: Chipping Norton 2684 
Managing Director: Richard Vernon 


BRADLEY'S RECORDS LTD., 

12, Bruton Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-499-0673 

Label: Bradley's 

Managing Director: Derek Johns 


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| BUS STOP RECORDS, 

! 10/11, Lower John Street, 

] London, W.l. 

! Tel: 01-438-0312/3 
Directors: Mitch Murray &. Peter Callander 
Label: Bus Stop 

CSS RECORDS 
23/30, Theobalds Road, 

London, W.C.l. 

Tel: 01-242-9000 

Managing Director: Richard Asher 

Labels: CBS, Epic, Harmony, Realm, Monument, Mums 

CHAPTER ONE RECORDS LTD., 

35, Soho Square, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-439-1753/6 
Label: Chapter One 

CHRYSALIS RECORDS 
368/396, Oxford Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-9461 

Managing Directors: Terry Ellis-Chris Wright 
Label: Chrysalis 

CARNABY RECORDS 

45/46, Chandos Place, 

London, W C.2. 

Tel: 01-836-7255 

Directors: Mervyn Conn, (Man) Jack Heath 
Label: Carnaby 

CUBE RECORDS 

Essex House, 

19/20, Poland Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-434-1621 
Labels: Fly, Cube 


THE DECCA RECORD COMPANY, LTD., 

Decca House, 

9, Albert Embankment, 

London, S.E.l. 

Tel: 01-735-8111 
Chairman: Sir Edward Lewis 

Directors: A.C.W. Haddy, M.A. Rosengarten, W.W. 

Townsley, A. E. Cullis (F.C.A.), Sir Martin Flett 
(K.C.B.) 

Labels: Decca, Reramm, Nova, Chapter One, Thresho'd, 
Eclipse, Ace Of Diamonds, Ace of Clubs, Ace Of 
Hearts, Argo, London, London Globe, Qualiton, Sugar, 
York, Brunswick, Coral, M & M, Mam, MCA, Tele- 
funken, L'Oiseau-Lyre, Vox, Turnabout, Beltona, Rex, 
Emerald, Uni, Voca'ion. 

Distributors of: Challenge, Starday, American London 
Group, Jamie, Hickory Laurie, Platinum, Ovation, 
GNP, Crescendo, Flamingo, Boot, Commodore. 

WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS LTD., 

83, Pall Mall, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-839-8010 

U.K. Director: Tony Owttrlm 

Labels: Buena Vista, Disneyland 

DJM RECORDS 
James House, 

71/75, New Oxford Street, 

London, W.C.l. 

Tel: 01-836-4864 

Managing Director: Stephen James 

Labels: DJM, Jam, Sllverllne 

DOVE RECORDS LTD., 

15, Berkeley Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-2506 
Label: Dove 

EMBER RECORDS 
Suite 4, 

Carlton Tower Place, 

Sloane Street, London, S.W.l. 

Tel: 01-235-8243 

Managing Director: Jeffrey Kruger 

Labels: Ember, Famous Artists, Speciality 

EMERALD RECORDS 
Roughfort, 

Templepatrick, 

Belfast. 

Northern Ireland 

Tel: 023842-711 

President: Mervyn Solomon 

Labels: Emerald, Great Bands, M S, M 

EMI RECORDS 
EMI House, 

20, Manchester Square, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-486-4488 

Managing Director: Gerry Oord. 

Labels: HMV, EMI, Capitol, Columbia, Parlophone, 

Regal-Zonophone, Rhino, Starline, Waverly, Talisman, 
Harvest, One Up, Double Up, Encore, World Records, 
Stateside, Ammo, Asylum, Command, Dot, Famous, 
Fantasy, Green Bottle, GSF, Hot Wax, Impulse, In- 
visctus, Mowest, Neighborhood, Paramount, Probe, 
Purple, Rak, Rare Earth, Signpost, Sovereign, Tamla 
Motown, Tumbleweed, Wizard. 

Distributors of: Alaska, Apple, B & C (inc. Charisma, 
Mooncrest, Peg), Bell, Bus Stop, Cactus, Granada, 
Immediate (Inc. Instant), Island (inc. Bronze, Chrysa- 
lis, Rocket), Trojan, United Artists (inc. Avalanche, 
Liberty, Minit, Sunset). 

FAMOUS MUSIC (UK) LTD., 

Paramount House, 

162/170, Wardour Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-437-7700 

Managing Director: Leslie Gould 

Labels: Famous, Paramount, Dot, Tumbleweed, Blue 

Thumb, Neighborhood, Green Bottle. 

FESTIVAL RECORDS INTERNATIONAL LTD., 

P.0. Box 43 
14, Harley House, 

Upper Harley Street, 

London, N.W.l. 

Tel: 01-486-4182 
Labels: Festival 

GEMINI RECORDS LTD., 

1, Westbourne Gardens, 

London, W.2. 

Tel: 01-229-3411 

Man Dir: C. Denker, E. Kassner, S.J. Blackbourn 
Label: Gemini 


GM RECORDS, 

90, Wardour Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-734-4182 

Managing Director: Brian Hutch 

Labels: GM 

ISLAND RECORDS 

8/10, Basing Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-229-1229 
Man Dir: David Betterldge 
Label: Island 

Distributors of: Chrysalis, Bronze, Dragon, Blue 

Mountain, Blue Thumb, Manticore, Rocket. 

JUPITER RECORDS LTD.. 

9, Heathfield Gardens, 

London, W.4. 

Tel: 01-995-0194 

Directors: Wallace Southam & Edgar Vetter 
Label: Jupiter 

MAM RECORDS LTD., 

24/25, New Bond Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-629-9255 

Managing Director: Geoffrey Everltt 

Label: MAM 

MCA RECORDS LTD.. 

84, Baker Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-486-4787 

Managing Director: Derek Everett 

Labels: MCA, Uni, Coral 

Labels: World Record Club, Conquest, W.R.C. 

MGM RECORDS 
17/19, Stratford Place, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-499-8686 

MUSIC FOR PLEASURE LTD., 

42, The Centre, 

Feltham, Middlesex. 

Tel: 01-751-8400 

Man Dir: Richard Baldwyn 

Labels: Music for Pleasure, Classics for Pleasure, 

Surprise Surprise 

ORANGE RECORDS 
3/4, New Compton Street, 

London W.C.2. 

Tel: 01-836-7811 
Man Dir: Cliff Cooper 
Labels: Orange, Amity 

PAMA RECORDS 

78, Craven Park, 

London, N.W.l 0. 

Tel: 01-965-2267 
Man Dir: J.D. Palmer 

Labels: Crab, Gas, Unity, Ocean, Newbeat, Punch, 
Escort, Economy, Supreme, Import, Bullit, Pama// 
Supreme 

PENNY FARTHING RECORDS 

4, Tilney Street, 

London. W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-8873 
Man Dir: Larry Page 

Labels: Penny Farthing, Page International 

PHONOGRAM LTD., 

Stanhope House, 

Stanhope Place, 

London, W.2. 

Tel: 01-262-7788 

Executive Chairman: S.L.G. Gottlieb 

Labels: Philips, Fantasy, Mercury, Vertigo, Chess, 

Janus, Tangerine, Avco, Sun. 

Distributors of: Penny Farthing, Page International 

PICKWICK INTERNATIONAL INC (GB) LTD., 

The Hyde Industrial Estate, 

The Hyde, 

London, N.W.9. 

Tel: 01-205-5456/60 
Managing Director: Monty Lewis 

Labels: RCA Camden, Hallmark, Hallmark/Marble Arch, 
Pickwick Cassettes and Cartridges 

PLEXIUM RECORDS 
9, Oxford Circus Avenue, 

London. W.l. 

Tel: 01-437-2434 
Man Dir: Gordan Lotinga 
Label: Plexium 

POLYDOR RECORDS LTD.. 

17/19, Stratford Place, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-499-8686 
Managing Director: John Fruln 

Labels: Polydor, Blue Horizon, Buddah, Kama Sutra, 
MGM, Mojo, Riverside, Stax, Track, Verve, Archive, 
Deutsche Grammophon, Privalage, Carnival, Carnival 
Gold, Metro, Roulettem Daybreak, Dandelion, Dakar 

PRESIDENT RECORDS 

1. Westbourne Gardens, 

London, W.2. 

Tel: 01-229-3411 

Directors: S. Blackbourn & E. Kassner 
Labels: President, Jayboy, Joy 

PROBE RECORDS 

170, Piccadilly, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-5834 
International Rep: Dave Chapman 
Labels: Probe, Command, Impulse, Bluesway, West- 
minster Gold, Audio Treasury. 

PYE RECORDS LTD., 

ATV, House, 

17, Great Cumberland Place, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-262-5502 
Man Dir: Louis Benjamin 

Labels: Pye Popular, Pye International, Pye Classical, 
Viruoso, Collector, Pye Charbusters, Golden Hour, 
Golden Guinea, Dawn, Kudu, CTL, Ember, Nashville, 
Mainstream, Daybreak, Anthem, Santa Ponsa, Sceptre/ 
Wand. 

Distributors of: A & M, DJM, Bumble, Spark, Orange, 
Specialty, Domino, Fury, Sonet Spiral, Jam, Trent, 
Pama. 

RAK RECORDS LTD.. 

2, Charles Street 
London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-492-0654 
Label: Rak 


RCA RECORDS. 

RCA House, 

50/52, Curzon Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-499-3901. 

Managing Director: Kenneth Glancy 

Labels: RCA-Red Seal, Victor, International, Vlctrola, 

Vanguard, Barclay, Prestige, G.L., Rockfield. 

REDIFEUSION INTERNATIONAL MUSC LTD., 

2/16, Goodge Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-580-9056. 

General Manager: W. A. Fenton 
Label: Rediffusion. 

ROCKET RECORD COMPANY LTD., 

101, Wardour Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-437-5047 
Label: Rocket 

ROLLING STONES RECORDS 
69, New Oxford Street, 

London, W.C.l. 

Tel: 01-836-9381. 

Label: Rolling Stones. 

SATRIL RECORDS. 

Satrll House, 

11, Little Newport Street, 

London, W.C.2. 

Tel: 01-734-7333/4 
Man Dir: Henry Hadaway. 

Label: Satril. 

77 RECORDS. 

77, Charring Cross Road, 

London, W.C.2. 

Tel: 01-437-4197 
Man Dir: Doug Dobell. 

Labels: 77, Folklore, Swift. 

SOVEREIGN RECORDS 
18, Lancaster Mews, 

London, W.2. 

Tel: 01-723-4499 
Man Dir: Ben Nisbet 
Label: Sovereign 

SPARK RECORDS, 

8. Denmark Street 
London. W.C.2. 

Tel: 01-836-4524 

Man Dir: Robert C. Kingston. 

Label: Spark. 

SPIN RECORDS LTD.. 

Dunville Buildings, 

Adelaide Street, 

Belfast, Northern Ireland. 

Tel: Belfast 21939. 

Managing Director: Gordon Smyth 
Label: Spin. 

STUD RECORDS LTD., 

(Jack Baverstock), 

26, Campden Hill Towers, 

London, W.ll. 

Tel: 01-727-5923 

THRESHOLD RECORDS LTD., 

53/55, High Street, 

Cobham, Surrey. 

Tel: 4142/3 

Man. Dir: Gerry Hoff. 

Label: Threshold. 

TOPIC RECORDS LTD.. 

27, Nassington Road, 

London, N.W.3. 

Tel: 01-435-9983 
Man. Dir: G. Sharp. 

Labels: Topic, Impact. 

TORPEDO RECORDS LTD., 

1, Westbourne Gardens, 

London, W.2. 

Tel: 01-229-3411 

Directors: S. Blackbourn & E. Kassner. 

Label: Torpedo. 

TRACK RECORDS, 

34, Windmill Street, 

London, W.l 

Tel: 01-636-4594 

Directors: Kit Lambert, Chris Stamp, Peter Kameron, 
E. Oldman, P. Rudge. 

TRANSATLANTIC RECORDS LTD.. 

86, Marylebone High Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-486-4353 
Man. Dir: Nathan Joseph. 

Labels: Transatlantic, Tra Sam, Extra, Everest, None- 
such, Village Thing. 

Distributors Of: Unicorn, Leader, Trailer, Tangent, 

Big Ben, Mawson & Wareham, Saydisc Folkways, 
Conversaphone, Yazoo, Arhoolie, Blue Goose, Rubber, 
Pioneer, Ahura Mazda, Roots, Matchbox, Blues Clas- 
sics, Old Timey, Raglan, Plexium. 

UNITED ARTISTS RECORDS LTD., 

Mortimer House 
37/41, Mortimer Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-636-1655 

Man Dir: Martin Davis 

Labels: United Artists, Sunset, Blue Note. 

Distributors of: UA Latino. Avalanche 

UPC RECORDS LTD., 

35, Portland Place, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-637-2111 

Man. Dir: George Clouston. 

Label: UPC. 

WEA RECORDS LTD., 

69. New Oxford Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-836-7744 
Managing Director: Ian Ralfinl 

Labels: Warner Bros., Reprise, Elektra, Atlantic, 

Rolling Stones, Bearsville, Capricorn, Raft. 

WIZARD RECORDS LTD.. 

Suite B, 

7, Charles Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-499-0173 

Managing Director: L. A. Walker. 

Label: Wizard. 

WORLD RECORD CLUB. 

Parkbridge House, 

Little Green, 

Richmond, Surrey. 

Tel: 01-940-8331 
Gen. Man: D. A. Sinclair. 

YOUNGBLOOD RECORDS. 

138, New Bond Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-9681 
Man. Dir: Micki Dallon. 

Labels: Youngblood, Birth. 


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record labels a first class world wide 
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GREAT BRITAIN'S INDEPENDENT RECORD PRODUCERS 


ACUFF-ROSE LTD., I 

SO, New Bond Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-629-0392 
Ron Randall 

AIR (LONDON) LTD., 

108, Park Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-993-4131 

APPLE CORPS LTD., 

3, Savile Row, 

London, W.l 
Tel: 01-734-8232 

Directors: J. 0. Lennon Sl G. Harrison 


AXLE ENTERPRISES LTD., 
2, Holly Mount, 

London, N.W.3. 

Tel: 01-435-9601/2 
Alan Blaikley & Ken Howard 


BAM BAM RECORDS 
14/16, Bruton Place, 
London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-629-1784 
Brian Morrison 


CHAPPEL & CO. LTD., 
50, New Bond Street, 
London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-629-7600 


CITY MUSIC, 

110, Beach Road, 

Scratby, Great Yarmouth, 

Norfolk 

Tel: 730832 


COLORTUNE RECORD COMPANY LTD., 

The Studio, 

69, Dukes Avenue, 

New Malden, Surrey, 

Tel: 01-942-1347 
Ziggy Jackson 


Affiliated (Cont’d from p. 4) 

was originally known as W. J. Francis & 
Day but soon changed to the more 
melodious Francis Brothers and Day. 
As well as publishing music the firm 
supplied an entire minstrel outfit in- 
cluding black wigs, costumes, bones, 
tambourines and tap dancing shoes. 
When James Francis died the firm’s 
name was changed to Francis Day & 
Hunter, although Harry Hunter was 
not, by then, very interested in the 
business and sold his shares in 1900. 

In 1897, the firm moved to 142 
Charing Cross Road and the coming of 
the firm to this street was the first step 
in the creation of Tin Pan Alley. David 
Day was the real driving force in the 
firm and in 1900, with some of his 
contemporaries, was responsible for or- 
ganising the Musical Copyright Associa- 
tion and in 1914, when the English 
Performing Right Society was formed, 
he was one of the original 39 members. 
In 1905 he decided to open an office 
in New York, establishing an office at 
West 30th street, with Fred Day in 
charge and in 1920, after a previous 
tie-up with T.B. Harms, an arrangement 
was made with the Leo Feist Company 
which has lasted to this day. David Day 
worked with the firm until 1920 when 
he was 70 and died in 1929 respected 
by all in the music business for which 
he had done so much. In 1957 the 
Day family, who still held all shares in 
Frances, Day & Hunter Ltd., sold half 
their shares to the American firms 
known as the Big Three. Affiliated Mu- 
sic Publishers Ltd was then formed, 
owned half by the Day family and half 
by Robbins Music Corporation, New 
York, which held 100% of the shares 
in Feldmans, Frances Day & Hunter and 
Robbins Music Corporation Ltd. Later 
the Day family sold their half of Affili- 
ated Music to MGM, after MGM had 
acquired the minority interest already 
held by 20th Century Fox in the Rob- 
bins Music Corporation, New York, in 
November 1972 MGM sold their 100% 
holding in Affiliated Music to EM!. The 
Frances Day & Hunter catalogue in- 
cludes the immortal "Daisy Bel!’’, 
"Lilly Of Laguna”, "Two Lovely Black 
Eyes”, "Let’s All Go Down The Strand”, 
the great First War hit, "Pack Up Your 
Troubles In Your Old Kit Bag” — all 
songs which the English still love to 
sing in pubs and at family get- 
togethers. In 1965 Bert Corri, director 
and general manager who has been 
with the company since 1927, formed a 
company called Donna Music with song 
writer Les Reed and the very first num- 
ber pubhshed with this firm “Here It 
Comes Again”, recorded by the For- 
tunes, became a number one hit. In 


CONCORD RECORDS LTD., 

10, Denmark Street, 

London, W.C.2. 

Tel: 01-836-1653 

Roy Berry, George Seymour, John A. B. Read 

C00KAWAY PRODUCTIONS 
108, Park Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-629-2801 
R. Cook & R. G-reenaway 

MIKI BALLON ENTERPRISES LTD., 

138, New Bond Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-493-9681 

DANDY PRODUCTIONS LTD., 

45/46, Chandos Place, 

London, W.C.2. 

Tel: 01-836-7255 
Mervyn Conn 


EASTERBY-CHAMP (PRODUCTIONS) LTD., 
SANTA P0NSA (PRODUCTIONS) LTD., 

Walmer House, 

296, Regent Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-637-4861/2 
Roger Easterby & Des Champ 


EGG PRODUCTIONS, 

147, Oxford Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-434-1575/8 

Guy Fletcher & Douglas Flett 

HEAVY DOG PRODUCTIONS LTD., 

2, Chester Street, 

London, S.W.l. 

Tel: 01-235-5766 

Steve Rowland & Marty Machat 

TONY HILLER PRODUCTIONS LTD., 

5, Denmark Street, 

London, W.C.2. 

Tel: 01-836-4897 
Tony Hiller 

fact, in the first five years of its exist- 
ence Donna Music had a dozen num- 
ber one hits — including the redoubta- 
ble "Delilah”. The latest hit from 
Frances Day Hunter is “Too Young”, 
written and first recorded in 1951 and 
now a big hit for young Donny Osmond. 

KPM Music 

KPM Music as it is today was formed 
by a merger of Peter Maurice Music 
with the Keith Prowse Music Publish- 
ing Company. Peter Maurice was form- 
ed in 1930 by a Belgian, Peter Kock de 
Gooreynd, who used the name of Peter 
Maurice in England. In 1933 he ap- 
proached Jimmy Phillips who was, at 
that time, professional manager of 
Lawrence Wright Music, and asked him 
to take over the running of the firm, 
with complete control on choosing ma- 
terial. So began a series of great Eng- 
lish hit songs such as “The Isle Of 
Capri”, “Red Sails In The Sunset”, 
"Harbour Lights”, "A Nightingale Sang 
In Berkeley Square” etc. Later came 
Billy Reid's “The Gipsy" which was the 
first British song ever to top the Ameri- 
can Hit Parade. Another of Peter Mau- 
rice’s big hit was that great song of the 
war years "Lilli Marlene’’. In 1956 Les- 
lie McDonnell, former managing direc- 
tor of Moss Empires, helped to form 
the Keith Prowse Music Publishing 
Company Ltd., which had taken over 
the catalogue of the old-established 
Keith Prowse Comany and in 1958, 
when Peter Maurice sold his shares in 
his company. Leslie McDonnell once 
again helped to arrange the merger be- 
tween the Peter Maurice Music Com- 
pany and Keith Prowse Music Publish- 
ing Company, thus forming the KPM 
Group under the controlling interest of 
Rediffusion. Jimmy Phillips then be- 
came managing director of the KPM 
Group. In 1967 KPM became the 
first British music publisher to win the 
Eurovision Song Contest with “Puppet 
On A String” which became a world- 
wide hit, and the following year came 
second with “Congratulations”. In 
1969 EMI purchased KPM from Redif- 
fusion. Today Jimmy Phillips’ son, Pe- 
ter, is director and general manager 
while Jimmy himself is a director and 
group adviser to Affiliated Music. The 
company has writers such as Melanie, 
Kris Kristofferson and Lambert and Pot- 
ter under contract and catalogues such 
as Gold Forever. Latest hits are "Long 
Haired Lover From Liverpool" and, car- 
rying on the tradition, a great British 
ballad called “Amanda”. KPM also 
has an extensive mood music library, 
from which came one of last years 
greatest hits, "Sleepy Shores”, signa- 
ture tune of a famous BBC television 


HIT RECORD PRODUCTIONS LTD., 

29/31, Oxford Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-437-5063 
Gerry Bron & Peter Gallen 


INTUNE PRODUCTIONS LTD., 
10/11, Lower John Street, 
London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-439-0312 

Mitch Murray & Peter Callander 


MELTON PRODUCTIONS LTD., 
10, Cromwell Place, 

London, S.W.7. 

Tel: 011-370-4187 
Harold Landey 


MARQUIS ENTERPRISES LTD., 
37, Soho Square, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-437-9405 

Joe Roncoroni & Ken Jones 


MARTIN COULTER ENTERPRISES, 
33, Knox Street 
London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-723-4242 

Bill Martin & Phil Coulter 


NEMS ENTERPRISES LTD., 

Nemporer House, 

Hill Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-629-6341 
Vic Lewis 


NORMAN NEWELL ORGANIZATION, 
66, Montagu Mansions, 

Baker Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-935-4133 
Norman Newell 


Chappell (Cont’d from p. 2) 

and square piano fortes, harps etc. for 
sale or hire” little did he know that out 
of such humble beginnings such a vast 
empire would grow. Under his guidance 
the company flourished, and when he 
died in 1834 was taken over by his 
widow, Emily, and their three sons, 
William, Arthur and Thomas, the latter 
perhaps the most famous of all the 
Chappells for it was Thomas Chappell 
who was responsible for building the 
standard catalog for which the compa- 
ny is famous today. He was described 
by Gounod as “that prince of music 
publishers.” 

He was a friend of both Gilbert and 
Sullivan and published nearly all of 
their operas. He financed the building 
of the St. James’ Concert Hall, Piccadil- 
ly, was one of the original directors of 
the Royal College of Music, and Gover- 
nor of the Royal Albert Hall, but his 
taste in music was catholic and he is 
credited with personally demonstrating 
the rather daring polka to London in 
the 1840s. His brother, William’s great 
contribution was the collection "Popu- 
lar Music of the Olden Tyme” which is 
still today the standard reference book 
on British folk songs. When Thomas 
Chappell died in 1902 William Boosey, 


series. 

Robbins Music Corporation LTD. 

In 1952 Frances Day & Hunter made 
a deal with the American publishing 
group known collectively as the Big 
Three, for the formation of Robbins 
Music Corporation in the U.K., and 
from the beginning Alan Holmes was 
director and general manager. The firm 
represented MGM and 20th Century 
Fox and so handled the great majority 
of the famous film music of the past 
twenty years. Their first hit was the 
famous “High Noon” and then came 
"Singing In The Rain”, “Wizard Of Oz”, 
“Love Is A Many-Splendoured Thing”, 
“Three Coins In The Fountain” and 
many many more. It also has a 
great standard catalogue containing 
amongst others equally famous the ev- 
ergreen “Deep Purple”. Robbins’ latest 
hit is “Tweedle-Dee” recorded by Jim- 
my Osmond — a song, incidentally, 
bought by Alan Holmes way back in 
1955. A few months ago Alan Holmes 
retired and now Robbins' general man- 
ager is Terry Slater who, although En- 
glish born, coomes from Beechwood in 
America, where he toured with the Ev- 
erly Brothers and wrote some of their 
hit songs. Phil Everly has just made a 
solo album for which Terry Slater co- 
wrote several of the numbers. 


N0RRIE PARAM0R PRODUCTIONS, 
14, Upper Harley Street, 

London, N.W.l. 
lei: 01-486-4182 
Norrie Paramor 

RECORD SUPERVISION LTD., 
Lansdowne House, 

Lansdowne Road, 

London, W.ll. 

Tel: 01-0041/2/3 
Denis Preston 

RITZ RECORDS, 

108, Frobisher House, 

Dolphin Square, 

London, S.W.l. 

Tel: 01-828-7132/3 

SATRIL PRODUCTIONS, 

Satril House, 

11, Little Newport Street, 

London, W.C.2. 

JOHN SCHR0EDER 
ALASKA RECORDS, 

12, The Quadrangle, 

Cambridge Square, 

London, W.2. 

Tel: 01-402-4550 


JOHN SHERRY ENTERPRISES, 
27, Dryden Chambers, 

119, Oxford Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-437-0712 


THE ROBERT STIGWQ0D ORGANIZATION LTD., 
67, Brook Street, 

London, W.l. 

Tel: 01-629-9121 
Robert Stigwood 


VOX PRODUCTIONS (GREAT BRITAIN) LTD., 

11, Ellgood House, 

Wellington Road, 

London, N.W.8. 

Tel: 01-722-1208 


who had joined the firm in 1894 took 
control and ran the company until it 
was bought by Louis Dreyfus in 1929. 
During William Boosey’s time Chap- 
pell’s published the scores of nearly 
one hundred and thirty musical shows, 
including the great Lionel Monckton 
scores and Franz Lehar’s immortal 
“Merry Widow.” When the St. James' 
Hall was demolished in 1893, William 
Boosey took the lease of the Queen’s 
Hall, which became the home of the 
Promenade concerts conducted by Sir 
Henry Wood, and the Chappell Ballad 
Concerts fostering not only many Brit- 
ish composers who later made interna- 
tional reputations, but also encouraging 
many fine singers. William Boosey was 
a leading champion in the cause of the 
legal establishment of copyright protec- 
tion and through his influence Parlia- 
ment passed the Copyright Acts of 
1906 and 1911, and resulted in the 
formation of the Performing Right Soci- 
ety. 

Going Int'l 

Under him, also, Chappells began to 
develop as an international concern 
with the opening of a branch in Mel- 
bourne in 1904 and another in New 
York in 1906. When Louis and Max 
Dreyfus acquired Chappell & Co. Ltd. 
London and Chappell & Co. Inc., New 
York, respectively, in 1929 they consoli- 
dated Boosey's work and shaped the 
company into the empire it is today. 
The Dreyfus Brothers set about acquir- 
ing the rights to American musicals 
and the works of such writers as 
George and Ira Gershwin, Cole Porter, 
Jerome Kern, Richard Rodgers, Lorentz 
Hart, Oscar Hammerstein, Lerner and 
Loewe, and set up a life-long associa- 
tion with Irving Berlin. They also set up 
offices all over Europe so that Chap- 
pells is now truly international. Just 
this year Nick Firth, grandson of Louis 
Dreyfus, set up an International Divi- 
sion in London liaising with the fifteen 
operating companies in the major capi- 
tals of the world, all of whom are de- 
veloping local product. 

Sale to Philips 

It was in 1967, upon the death of 
family firm of Chappells was to sudden- 
ly change. The executors of the Chap- 
pell estate sold the company in 1968 
to North American Philips who in turn, 
sold it in an inter-corporate sale to 
Polygram, a holding company set up to 
run the Philips, Polydor, and D.G.G. 
conglomerates. So the little publishing 
house first set up by Samuel Chappell 
in 1811 was sold one hundred and 
sixty two years later for seventeen 

(Cont’d on p. 18) 


16 Part li — International Section 


Cash Box — July 7, 1973 


John ]{ckI Enterprises Ltd 

101 Wardour Street 
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British | British 

Tape Manufacture s | Pressing Plants 


AEG-TELEFUNKEN (UK) LTD., 

237, Bath Road, 

Slough, Bucks. 

AGFA GAVAERT LTD., 

Great West Road, 

Brentford, Middx. 

AMPEX STEREO TAPES INTERNATIONAL, 
Princess House, 

Suite 317, 

39, Jermyn Street, 

London, S.W.l. 

BASF UNITED KINGDOM LTD., 

P.0. Box 473, 

Knightsbridge House, 

197, Knightsbridge, 

London, S.W.7. 

EMI TAPE LTD., 

Tape House, 

Dawley Road, 

Hayes, Middx. 

GRUWDIG (GREAT BRITAIN) LTD., 

Newlands Park, 

Sydenham, London, S.E.26. 

KODAK LTD., 

Victoria Road, 

Ruislip, Middx. 

MASTERTAPE (MAGNETIC) LTD., 
Blackthorne Road, 

Poyle Trading Estate, 

Coinbrook, Bucks. 

PHILIPS LTD., 

Shaftesbury Avenue, 

London, S.W.l. 

PRECISION TAPES LTD., 

ATV House, 

17, Great Cumberland Place, 

London, W.l. 

THREE M CO. LTD., 

Three M House, 

Wigmore Street, 

London, W.l. 


Japan’s Music Producers & 

ART KIKAKU 

6-12-4, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Kazushige Takami 
Tel: 404-9416 

A & A J1MUSHQ 

30-1-1, Roppongi, Minatoku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Jun Nagara 
Tel: 585-0726 

ALL STAFF PRODUCTION 

6-3-1, Nishiazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Mari Sakamoto 
Tel: 402-8281 

BIG ARTS PRODUCTIONS 

18-26-4, Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Tsuneo Nagano 
Tel: 402-8181 

COLUMBIA ONGAKU GEINO CO., 
14-14-4, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Wataru Oouchi 
Tel: 586-1721 

DAIICHI PRODUCTION 

Ito-bldg., 16-6-3, Kasumigaseki, Chiyo- 

da-ku, Tokyo, Japan 

President: Kiyoshi Kishibe 

Tel: 580-0551 

DAIICHI KYOE1 CQ„ 

3- 2, Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Yusho Abe 
Tel: 353-7491 

ECHO PRODUCTION 

4- 9-1, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Shinji Takagi 
Tel: 354-2501 

GEIEI K.K. 

Nakamura-bldg., 

13-13-3, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 

Japan 

President: Torao Aoki 
Tel: 584-0943 

GEION PRODUCTION 
Nakazawa-bldg., 

58-1, Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Chikara Kimura 
Tel: 379-3861 

HORI PRODUCTION 
Hiroo-office-bldg., 

18-3-1, Hiroo, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Takeo Hori 
Tel: 446-2041 


ALLIED RECORDS LTD., 

326, Kensal Read, 

London, N.W.1G. 

BRITISH HOMOPHONE COMPANY LTD., 
Exelsior Works, 

Rollins Street, 

London, S.E.15. 


CBS RECORDS LTD., 

(A Division of CBS UK Ltd.), 

Chaimberlain Road, 

Aylesbury, Bucks. 

THE DECCA RECORD CO. LTD., 

Alfaer Road, 

New Maiden, Surrey. 

EMI RECORDS, 

(The Gramophone Company Ltd.), 

1/3 Uxbridge Road, 

Hayes, Middx. 

INDEPENDENT CUSTOM PRESSINGS LTD., 

2, Adeia Street, 

London, W. 10 . 

MULTIPLE SOUND PRESSINGS LTD., 

Deacon Street, 

Leicester. 


ORLAKE LTD., 
Sterling Works, 
Rainham Road South, 
Dagenham, Essex. 

PHONODISC LTD., 
Record Works, 
Walthamstow Avenue, 
London, E.4. 


RCA, 

Armstrong Industrial Estate, 
Washington, 

County Durham. 


Managers 

ISHII MUSIC PROMOTION 

1-6-6, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yoshiko Ishii 
Tel: 572-0351 


KING RECORD CO., LTD. 

Tenpu-Kaikan-bldg., 

8-40-5, Ootsuka, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Kazumitsu Machijiri 
Tel: 945-2131 


M K KIKAKU 

Mochida-bldg., 

6-10-2, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Keisuke Okada 
Tel: 400-6027 


MEION K.K. 

1-16-1, Hamamatsu-cho, Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Susumu Fujita 
Tel: 433-0066 


MANASE PRODUCTION 

Akasaka-Mitoko-bldg., 

4-2-6, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Masao Manase 
Tel: 584-5511 


MILLION PROMOTION 

Seiko-bldg., 

4-3-2, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Kiyoshi Watanabe 
Tel: 407-8741 


MUSIC POST 
Yachiyo-bidg., 

8-2, Nishidera-machi, Kita-ku, Osaka- 

shi, Japan 

President: Michio Kamikage 
Tel: (06) 313-3701 


MISHIMA-TQSHIO ONGAKU-JIMUSHO 
12-19-3, Kamiogi, Suginami-ku, Tokyo, 

Japan 

President: Tomoko Mishima 
Tel: 395-0161 


MINAMI-KIGYO 

Annex of Shinbashi-Enbujo, 

2-18-6, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Bunji Kitazume 
Tel: 542-8651 


N. P. MUSIC PROMOTION 
8-4-2, Ohashi, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Muneaki Nishikawa 
Tel: 469-4628 


ChappC IS (Cont’d from p. 16) 

pounds. Since 1972 Chappells has 
been headed by Bob Montgomery, fol- 
lowing the death of Matthew Ricketts 
and the semi-retirement of Teddy Hol- 
mes. No Chappell story would be com- 
plete without a mention of the part 
played by Holmes in the story. He 
joined the firm in 1917 as a shop assis- 
tant. Being a very keen musician and 
first class pianist he was soon demon- 
strating Chappell songs at the piano to 
customers, who often included mem- 
bers of the Royal Family, He later 
transferred to the professional side, un- 
der the late Walter Eastman, and has 
been associated with show music ever 
since, and is recognized as one of the 
experts in this field. 

He has been associated with such 
names as Noel Coward, Ivor Novello, 
Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Richard 
Rodgers, Arthur Schwartz, Jule Styne, 
Frank Loesser, Kurt Weill, Eric Coates, 
Haydn Wood, Robert Farnon and can 
claim to have met most of the top 
British and American artists and 
worked closely over the years with 
show producers such as C. B. Cochran, 
George Black, Hugh Beaumont, Jerome 
Whyte and latterly with Harold Fielding. 
Teddy Holmes also started the Chap- 
pell background music library which is 
now internationally known. To bring 
the story up to date Chappells current- 


NIPPON CROWN CO., LTD. 

8-10-2, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Kazuhisa Arita 
Tel: 582-4741 


OZAWA ONGAKU JIMUSHO 

Mikado-bldg., 

9-11-4, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Jun Ozawa 
Tel: 404-4546 


OKADA PRODUCTION 

Yamada-bldg., 

191-2 Totsyuka-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Gen Okada 
Tel: 202-2621 


OSHIMA PRODUCTION 

12-6-4, Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Masayuki Ooshima 
Tel: 815-2271 


RHYTHM MUSIC SHOP 

Shinaoyama-Kyodo-bldg., 

15-9-5, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Kuranosuke Hamaguchi 
Tel: 409-8292 


RYOWA PRODUCTION 

Yamato-bldg., 

2-7-3, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Toichiro Kayama 
Tel: 874-5765 


SUN MUSIC 

28-4, Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Hidesada Aizawa 
Tel: 354-8501 


SUN RISE KIKAKU 

Takakuwa-bldg., 

4-6-3-3, Shibyuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Tomomitsu Okada 
Tel: 400-8014 


SAWANOI ONGAKU-JIMUSHO 

2-7, Hanazono-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Ryuji Sawanoi 
Tel: 352-2461 


SANSHIN PRODUCTION 

Ishikawa-bldg., 

15-5-3, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Susumu Usami 
Tel: 562-2036 


SHINEI PRODUCTION 

14-4-5, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Yukio Nishikawa 
Tel: 582-4231 


Burlington (Cont’d from p. 10 ) 

over the years, proved to be an abso- 
lute necessity when dealing with Ameri- 
can publishing houses. Apart from the 
important rock and country copyrights 
held by Burlington/Palace the company 
have also over the past few years 
achieved success with soul catalogues 
namely the Jec Music catalogue which 
has Al Green as an exclusive contract 
writer and such songs as "Tired of 
Being Alone" and “Let's Stay Togeth- 
er.” They also control the Gambi cata- 
log which is the off-shoot of All Plati- 
mum Records and which hit interna- 
tionally with "Pillow Talk." Burlington/ 
Palace has also been involved with film 
scores such as "Robbery” by Johnny 
Keating and the animated cartoon 
"Fritz the Cat.” In 1972 John Nice left 
to form his own independent music 
company and John Merritt appointed 
manager. In 1973 Merritt was made a 
Director of the company. 


ly have scores of many musicals in- 
cluding the revivals of "Showboat” and 
“No, No Nanette"; the long-running 
“Godspell,” which has now been made 
into a film, "Two Gentlemen of Verona” 
and "Gypsy.” Chappells have always 
been actively concerned with pop mu- 
sic and have had international success 
with such songs as "Mother of Mine” 
and "Oh Babe What Would You Say." 


SUZUKI-ONGAKU-JIMUSHO 

2-11-2, Hirakawa-cho, Chiyoda-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Toshio Suzuki 
Tel: 264-1861 

JAPAN ARTISTS 

Tatsumura -mansion, 

35-4-5, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Yasushige Matsubara 
Tel: 406-1166 

TAIHEI PRODUCTION 

Taihei-bldg., 

11-19-1, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kohei Hirokawa 
Tel: 343-0777 


TEICHIKU RECORD CO., LTD. 

148 Minami-Kainazuka-Cho, Nara-shi, 
Japan 

Representative Director: Shiegeji Nanko 
Tel: (0742) 22-0464 

TOKYO PRODUCTION 

9-18-2, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Masami Takahashi 
Tel: 408-6221 


TOSHIBA ONGAKU GEINO SHUPPAN 

Taisei-bldg., 

15-4-5, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Hanichiro Ishizaka 
Tel: 583-1131 

TOWA-SHOKAI-OOTA-PRODUCTION 

Prince-bldg., 

1- 10-5, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Koji Oota 

Tel: 571-7923 

TOKUMA ONGAKU-KOGYO CO., LTD. 

2- 2-1, Iwamoto-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Yasuyoshi Tokuma 
Tel: 862-1381 


VERB PROMOTION 

Kanaya-hotel-mansion, 

25-1-3, Nishiazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Yutaka Satake 
Tel: 405-1666 


WORLD PROMOTION 

Yoshimura-bldg., 

32-14-2, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Yutaka Yamakawa 
Tel: 585-1246 


WATANABE PRODUCTION 

Matsui-bldg., 

4-1, Yuraku-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Shin Watanabe 
Tel: 502-0541 


18 Part II — Internationa! Section 


Cash Box — July 7, 1973 



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Or should we say ways 

Because at Pye we're into music in just about every way possible. 

For a start we have everything from progressive rock through to classics 
on our own labels as well as a complete publishing organisation. 

Then there's the product from our licenced labels — CTI, Kudu, 

Ember, Nashville, Santa Ponsa, Daybreak, Mainstream, and 20th Century 
which adds even more depth to our catalogue. And what with the incredible 
sounds such as Elton John, Strawbs, Herb Alpert & Carpenters (to name but a few), that 
can be found on the labels for whom we distribute - A & M, DJM, Bradleys, Bumble, Domino, Fury, 
Sonet, Spark, Orange, Trent, Spiral, Vogue - you can see that Pye are pretty big when it comes to records. 
We're also pretty big before it comes to records too! What we mean is we've got recording studios - 
a small one, a huge one and a mobile one all offering 16, and 4 track together with copying, 
cutting, and reducing facilities. 

All this is supported by our total back-up operation in South London. This consists of a sales and nation- 
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label and package top quality records quickly and economically. 

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ast6Months 


With picking up completely from 
Nixon's shock which fell on in the 
year before last, Japanese economy 
showed all around good results by 
the settlements of accounts at this 
March. This was due to the un- 
precedented consuming-boom and a 
rise of the markets. In accordance 
with the entire favorable economic 
conditions, the musical industries of 
Japan showed, generally speaking, 
considerable recovery at this term 
(Jan. 1973 to June), This was owing 
to mainly many hits of Japanese mu- 
sics (Local records). These good re- 
sults are worthy of notice in the 
point of breaking down the chronic 
stagnations which had continued be- 
tween recent 2 years and brought a 
falling down of the rate of the 
growth of musical industries. 

The total sales of the Japan’s ma- 
jor 14 companies of musical and rec- 
ord industries at the settlements of 
this March (For 6 months, Oct. 1972 
to Mar. 1973) reached 55,203,720,000 
yen ($212,322,000), 27% more than the 
previous term of 43,439,680,000 yen 
($167,070,000), 19% more than the 
same term of the prevous year of 
46,466,590,000 yen ($178,710,000). 

In major 14 companies, none of 
them have totaled less sales than the 
previous term, because this term in- 
cluded the special selling season of 
the end and beginning of the year. 
But in comparison with the same term 


of the previous year Victor Musical 
Industries, Nippon-Columbia, Poly- 
dor, Tokuma-Onko Co., Canyon, Toho- 
Geion and Warner-Pioneer Co., have 
enjoyed increased revenues and profits 
while Toshiba-Onko Co., King Record 
Co., Nippon Crown Co., and Teichiku 
Co., showed almost the same sales 
with it except Nippon Phonogram 
Co., which recorded some decrease. 
The main cause of these good sales 
was in the many hits of “Enka” (Jap- 
anese traditional song) in which 
“Onna No Michi (Pinkara-Trio, Nip- 
pon Columbia) was most predominant 
in this term and followed by “Kassai” 
(Naomi Chiaki), “Gakusei Gai No 
Kissaten Garo). By the way, Nippon 
Phonogram, Toshiba and King were 
stagnant, due to the scarce hits of 
Japanese songs. 

Notwithstanding, these favorable 
total sales, net-profits after tax were 
not so good except CBS-Sony Co., 
which has enjoyed 920,000,000 yen 
($3,538,800). This is a clear evidence 
that the rise of personnel expendi- 
tures and manufacturing costs are 
heavy burdens to many companies. 

Separately speaking, Victor-Onga- 
ku-Sangyo Co., was successful in 
sales through independence from its 
parent company by May 1972, and 
Nippon-Columbia Co., could accumu- 
late many hits of Enka in this term. 
Tokuma-Onko Co., has built its safe- 
ty-line by its fresh artists in which 


Hiroshi Itsuki and Masako -Mori were 
included. Among major companies, it 
was notable that CBS-Sony has held 
No. 1 company in its net-profit, as 
mentioned above, by constant sales of 
both Japanese and Western musics 
with the percentage of 50 to 50%. In 
the case of Canyon Co., Rinda Ya- 
maoto, female artist, has contributed 
to the improvement of its result. At 
the same time, Warner-Pioneer Co., 
has earned by Rumiko Koyanagi, fa- 
mous female artist. 

On the contrary to Japanese songs 
(Local record), generally speaking, 
Western musics were low toned in 
this term. So that the companies 
which have laid emphasis on western 
musics could not enjoy good settle- 
ments of accounts. Among these com- 
panies, Toshiba-Onko, Nippon Phono- 
gram nad King Record were included. 

But, we can point out some western 
musics which were active in this term 
as follows: The Beatles was a good 
seller in the previous period and was 
followed mainly by Pink Floyd, Elton 
John, 3 Dog Night (Toshiba), Deep 
Purple, Led Zeppelin (Warner- 
Pioneer), Simon & Garfunkel, Chica- 
go, Michel Polnareff, Santana (CBS- 
Sony), Elvis Presley, Jackson-5 Carly 
Simon (Victor musical Industries), 
Laymon Lefaivre, Gilbert O’Sullivan 
(King), Poul Mauriat (Nippon Phon- 
ogram). With regard to classic mu- 
sics, “Four Seasons” was the stron- 


gest seller. As a whole, western mu- 
sics in present Japanese market, we 
can point out, are missing attractivity 
by mannerism. 

In spite of the upward tendency, 
as we mentioned above, Japan’s mu- 
sical industries are surrounded by 
many severe conditions still, so that 
the forecast of it is not so opti- 
mistic. To tide over the difficulties, 
many of Japan’s companies have ra- 
tionalized its mechanism through cut- 
backs in number of employees. For 
instance, Canyon Record Co. has de- 
creased its number of employees al- 
ready, and Polydor and King Co. have 
followed in this term. On the other 
hand, Japan’s musical industries are 
expected to be swayed by many diffi- 
culties in which the liberalization of 
manufacturing will be most important 
for it will be effective from May 1980. 

At the same time, the circulation 
field in Japan is very severe too, and 
especially this can be said in case of 
small retailers, because big shops are 
striving to be chain stores and whole- 
salers are becoming stronger and 
larger. Besides this, the develop- 
ment of mail order, advancement of 
super stores to this business can’t ig- 
nore as a great menace to record 
retailers. In conclusion, we can say 
that Japan’s record industries are 
getting to the big turning point at 
present. 


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President: Masaaki Bsta j 

Tel: (06) 312-5721 

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Jingumae-buil., 6-17-2, jingurnag, Shibuya-ku, 
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President: Sumimoto Murai 
Tel: 404-1841 

ASAHI MUSIC PUBLISHING 

Kyodo-buiL, 8 Ist-Fioor, 8-go, 15-9-5, Minami 
Aoyama, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hiroshi Wada 
Tel: 409-4727 

ASTRO MUSIC 

Lions-mansion, Akasaka-305, 6-5-7, Akasaka, Mi- 
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President: Eiko Kobayashi 
Tel: 587-1094 

APOLLO MUSIC PUBLISHER 
1-2, Kitahorie-dori, Nishi-ku, Oosaka-shi, 

President: Joji Hakudo 
Tel: (06) 541-7622 

AMANO MUSIC PUBLISHING CQ. r LTD 

1- 4-7, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 

Japan 

President: Taku Amano 
Tel: 400-1914 

ARCATO MUSIC PROMOTION CO. 

Daini-Seinan-mansion, 20-8-4, Minami, Aoyama, 
Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kaoru Midorikawa 
Tel: 405-0566 

ALFA MUSIC LTD. 

Mita-Tokyu-Apart, 233-gO, 29-15-4, Mita, Mina- 
to-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kunihiko Murai 
Tel: 455-5049 

A! MUSIC INC. 

Akasaka-Matsudaira-buil., 404-go, 1-4-3, Ak- 
asaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
Presid°nt: Kazuko Kawauchi 
Tel: 583-6621 

ASAHI MUSIC PUBLISHER INC. 

2- 2, Ooyodo-cho, Minami, Ooyodo-ku, Oosaka- 
shi, Japan 

President: Takeo Sudo 
Tel: (06) 458-5321 

ALL ART MUSIC PUBLISHER CO., LTD. 

Yoyogi-Highland-mansion, 301-go, 

12- 53-1, Tomigaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Takao Ishizuka 
Tel:460 1236 
A & A MUSIC PUBLISHER 
3rd-Floor, Taura-buil., 30-1-1, Roppongi, Mina- 
to-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Nanako Takawa 
Tel: 585-0726 

ASSOCIATED MUSIC PUBLISHER CO., LTD. (A. 

M. P.) 

5- 2-5, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kikuo Makino 
Tel: 404-9406 

A. SCHROEDER MUSIC (FAR EAST) LTD. 
Sumitomo-buil., 832-go, 2-1, Marunouchi, 

Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Masami Yamashiro 
Tel: 211-6747 

ABC MUSIC PUBLISHER 

14-16-3, Higashiyama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Taketoshi Noro 
Tel: 719-0888 

ALL AOYAMA MUSIC SO., LTD. 

13- 26-4, Kamiogi, Suginami-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yoshitaka Kiriu 
Tel: 399-7231 

ALL STAFF MUSIC CO., LTD. 

6- 3-1, Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Takao Imaizumi 
Tel: 402-8281 

BAY MUSIC CORPORATION 

1313, Takada-cho, Koohoku-ku, Yokohama-shi, 
Kanagawa-ken, Japan 
President: Kunitoshi Fujiwara 


SELL MUSIC CO., LTD. 

ViiIa-Akasaka-604, 1-10-6, Akasaka, Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Toshihiko Suzuki 
Tel: 583-3282 


SERB MUSIC PUBLISHING C0RP. 
Kanaya-Hotal-Mansion-506-go, 25-1-3, Nishiaza- 
bu, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yutaka Satake 
Tel: 405-1666 

BIS HILL MUSIC PUBLISHERS 
Chateau-Akasaka, 22-5-6, Akasaka, Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kiyoshi Saito 
Tei: 582-7870 

BROADCAST MUSIC PUBLISHERS 
Tomoeya-buil., 401-go, 6-13-2, Akasaka, Mina- 
to-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Tetsuro Iwata 
Tel: 582-6033 

CLEO MUSIC PUBLISHERS 
Pacific-mansion-607-go, 14-10, Sarugaku-cho, 
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Junjiro Suzuki 
Tel: 464-2918 

COLUMBIA FILMS LTD. 

Kaneska-buil., 4-5-2, Shinbashi, Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Jacob Shapiro 
Tel: 503-1431 

CBC MUSIC CO., LTD. 

Annex of CBC, 15-4, Shinei-cho, Naka-ku, 
Nagoyashi, Japan 
President: Shoji Joono 
Tel: (052) 241-8080 

CBS/SONY RECORDS INC. 

7-17-3, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Norio Ooga 
Tel: 585-0411 

CHUO MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

Sanshi-kaikan-nai, 7-1, Yuuraku-cho, Chiyoda-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Shinzo Takahashi 
Tel: 281-4846 

CROWN MUSIC PUBLISHER, INC. (C.P.M.) 

Shinwa-buil., 8-10-2, Akasaka, Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Taketsuna Kamei 
Tel: 582-4741 

DAIEI MUSIC PUBLICATION CO., LTD. 

Yurakubashi-buil., Kita-kan-6-Floor, 17-2-2, 
Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hidemasa Nagata 
Tel: 567-0065 

DAIICHI MUSIC PUBLISHER 

2nd-Floor, Ito-buil., 16-6-3, Kasumigaseki, 
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kiyoshi Kishibe 
Tel: 580-0511 

DARE CO., LTD. 

Goto-buil., 422-go, 3-1-5, Roppongi, Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Eiichi Honma 
Tel: 401-8733 

EASTERN MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

(E. M. P.) 

Kyowa-buil., 34, Kotohira-cho, Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Masami Isomura 
Tel: 501-0344 

ECHO ENTERPRISE CO., LTD. (E. E. C.) 

Shinjuku-Daiichi-Fuji-buil., 93-1, Kashiwagi, 
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Isao Kano 
Tel: 369-0271 

ENTERPRISE MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

Shuwanagasaka-residence-309-go, 9-13-5, Rop- 
pongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Tsutomu Takayama 
Tel: 582-3605 

FAR EAST MUSIC PUBLISHING CQRP. 

54, Sanko-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 

President: Sadao Ochiai 
Tel: 208-0711 

FUJI FAMILY CO., LTD. (F. F. C.) 

Hotel-new-Japan, 1079, 8-13-2, Nagata-cho- 
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Takehiko Fujiyama 
Tei: 581-5511 


BELAIR MUSIC PUBLISHING LTD. 

Nagumo-mansion-7-Floor, 4-1-4, Nishiazabu, Mi- 
nato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Masayuki Takagi 
Tel: 407-4768 


FUJI MUSIC PLANNING CO., LTD. 

Park-mansion, 10-1-5, Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, 

Tokyo, Japan 

President: Noboru Funamoto 
Tel: 356-6722 


FUJI TELECASTING MUSIC COMPANY LTD. 

Fuji-TV-Nai, 7, Kawada-cho, Ichigaya, Shinjuku- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Shichiro, Murakami 
Tel: 359-6177 

FUJI INTERNATIONAL MUSIC CO., LTD. 

25, Higashi-goken-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Shinpei Matsuoka 
Tel: 269-0121 

FUJI MUSIC INC. 

21-20-5, Yoyogi, Shibuyaku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kiheiji Amano 
Tel: 467-7494 

FRANK NAGAI MUSIC PUBLISHER 

20-32-5, Shimomeguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Tsutomu Eto 
Tel: 711-0392 

FRIENDSHIP MUSIC INC. 

Yachiyo-buil., 4-12-2, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Hikaru Sugiura, Kenji Murakami 
Tel: 400-6591 

FUMOTO MUSIC PUBLISHER INC. 

7-21-1, Sakurashin-machi, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Yoshitaka Nakajima 
Tel: 428-1768 

FURUKAWA MUSIC PUBLISHERS 

Tokyo-ongaku-nai, 5F of Nittai-bui!., 9-12-7, 
Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Shingo Furukawa 
Tel: 543-9038 

F. V. F. MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

Dairoku-kojimachi-buil., 5-4, Kojimachi, Chiyo- 
da-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Fujio Akatsuka 
Tel: 262-6587 

G & A MUSIC PUBLISHERS CORP. 

803-go of Shibuya-Estate, 4-17-1, Shibuya, Shi- 
buya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Tokuo Kitamura 
Tel: 407-0711 

GEI-EI MUSIC PUBLISHERS 

Nakamura-buil., 13-13-2, Akasaka, Minato-ku, 

Tokyo, Japan 

President: Chikara Suzuki 

Tel: 584-0901 

GEION MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

2nd-Floor, Nakazawa-buil., 58-1, Yoyogi, Shi- 
buya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Chikara Kimura 

GENDAI KIKAKU ONGAKU SHUPPAN 

Gyoen-hights-504-go, 1, Naito-cho, Shinjuku-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Michiko Araki 
Tel: 354-5586 

GOOD MUSIC COMPANY 

102- go, Hoei-buil., 5-2-6, Akasaka, Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Masanaka Araya 
Tel: 583-0559 

H & T MUSIC PUBLISHER 

103- 71-9-2, Bukoyutaka-machi, Amagasaki-shi, 
Hyogo-ken, Japan 

President: Yukitada Tanaka 
Tel: (06) 421-8566 

HBC MUSIC CO., LTD. 

Sanjo-buil-nai, 6-2, Minami-sanjo-nishi, Sap- 
poro-shi, Japan 
President: Kunii Muroya 
Tel: (Oil) 251-5892 

HARP MUSIC PUBLISHER 

443, Waseda-Tsurumaki-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Toshiharu Yamashita 
Tel: 202-0455 

HAYABUSA MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

11-22-3, Nakameguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Tatsuo Miyata 
Tel: 711-5746 

HARA MUSIC PUBLISHERS CO., LTD. 

5-2-1, Shiroganedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Noboru Uehara 
Tel: 441-5547 

HATTORI MUSIC PUBLISHER 

1-7-2, Taishido, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Ryoichi Hattori 
Tel: 413-4607 

HIRATA MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

201-Nogizaka-mansion, 21-11-8, Akasaka, 
Mina-to-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Masayoshi Hirata 
Tel: 408-7051 


HOEI MUSIC PUBLISHING 

Nanshin-buil-nai, 5-60-1, Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Hyozaburo Ishizuka 
Tel: 370-4640 

I M MUSIC PUBLISHER 

Mansion-Uno, 101-go, 5-9-2, Minami-Aoyama, 
Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yasuyuki Hosaka 
Tel: 401-7358 

INTERNATIONAL KULTUR 

201-go, Nogizaka-Mansion, 21-11-8, Akasaka, 
Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kiyoko Kusakari 
Tel: 402-2171 

INTERNATIONAL MUSIC PUBLISHERS CO., 
LTD. (I. M. P.) 

Mansui-bui!., 14-3, Kanda, Ogawa-cho, Chiyoda- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yokichi Kitagawa 
Tel: 292-7256 

IZUMI KIKAKU CO., LTD. 

Imano-buil., 6-10-7, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Tetsuya Wakyu 
Tel: 582-6802 

ISHIHARA MUSIC PUBLISHING CORP. 

Kimuraya-bui!., 24, Toronomon, Shiba, Minato- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yujiro Ishihara 
Tel: 504-3441 

INTERNATIONAL PLANNING CENTER 

Shin-Akasaka-buil., 5-2-2, Roppongi, Minato- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Fumio Maki 
Tel: 585-3627 

INTERSONG K. K. 

Horaiya-buil., 5-Floor, 1-2-5, Roppongi, Minato- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: C. Bossers 
Tel: 405-5531 

JUN & KEI MUSIC PUBLISHERS, INC. 

3rd-Floor of Mikado-buil., 9-11-4, Roppongi, 
Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Jun Ozawa 
Tel: 404-1306 

JIMCO MUSIC 

16-6-4, Higashi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Shigekazu Narumi 
Tel: 400-0613 

JACK & BEANS 

5-11-5, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Eiko Terayama 
Tel: 400-6385 

JALK MUSIC PUBLISHING CO. 

602-10-13, Sakuragaoka-machi, Shibuya-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Fumitoshi Chin 
Tel: 462-5661 

JAMBO MUSIC PUBLISHER CO., LTD. (J. M. 
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2-3-2, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hirozo Nakada 
Tel: 409-5967 

JAPAN CENTRAL MUSIC, LIMITED (J. C. M.) 

Bunka-Hoso-Nai, 5-1, Wakaba, Shinjuku-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Takae Minami 
Tel: 359-7825 

JAPAN-SOVIET MUSIC INC. 

Hirose-buil., 14-12-1, Uchikanda, Chiuyoda-ku, 

Tokyo, Japan 

President: Yoichi Noguchi 

Tel: 291-0389 

JAPAN C. A. M. LIMITED 

Playguide-buil., 4-6-2, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Nagamasa Kawakita 
Tel: 562-0111 

JAPAN GENERAL ARTS CO., 

New-Shinsaka-buil., 22-10-8, Akasaka, Minato- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Keita Asari 
Tel: 403-8761 

JAPAN BRAIN CO., LTD. 

11-39-1, Minamiogikubo, Suginami-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Toshikazu Yammamoto 
Tel: 332-3898 

KAMIKA KIKAKU CO., LTD. 

Ido-buil., 4-13-1, Shinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Yasuichi Baba 
Tel: 463-8141 

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KAMINARI MUSIC PUBLISHER INC. 

Nakada-Mansion, 14-12-5, Jingumae, Shibuya- 
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President: Kyowa Okada 
Tel: 400-7778 

KAWAI GAKUFU CO., LTD. 

7-6-2, Komagome, Toshima-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Shu Shimizu 
Tel: 910-7428 

KANAI MUSIC PUBLISHERS 

3rd-Floor of Takaku-buil., 8-2, Ebisu-Nishi, Shi- 
buya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yo Hara 
Tel: 462-1750 

KIKURA MUSIC PUBLISHERS 

34-26-2, Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Susumu Suzuki 
Tel: 400-8328 

KIN0KUNIYA PRODUCT & PUBLISHER CO., 
LTD. 

7th-Floor of Shinchiyoda-buil., 28-2, Tsuboya- 
machi, Kita-ku, Oosaka-shi, Japan 
President: Hideo Yamagata 
Tel: (06) 352-3655 

KY0EI MUSIC PUBLISHER 

Daiichi-Kyoei-nai, 3-2, Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Hiromasa Fukuoka 
Tel: 353-7491 

KYOON MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

5th- Floor of Omura-buil., 12-11-6, Shinbashi, 
Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Jinsaku Oomori 

KYOSEI MUSIC PUBLISHER 

2nd-Floor, Suzuki-buil, 1, Rokuban-cho, Chiyoda- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yasumasa Tomita 
Tel: 262-5714 

KYOGEI MUSIC PUBLISHERS. 

15-12-1, Nagasaki, Toshima-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hajime Ichikawa 
Tel: 957-1175 

KUSANO MUSIC INC. 

Wako-buil., 13-2, Kanda-Tsukasa-cho, Chiyoda- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Shoichi Kusano 
Tel: 292-2861 


K MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

519-Yuuraku-buil., 5-1, Yuuraku-cho, Chiyoda- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Koichi Isaka 
Tel: 212-4980 

KODAMA MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

58-2, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Shoko Takagi 
Tel: 356-3079 

KOGAKUSHA MUSIC PUB CO., LTD. 

11-1-1, Misaki-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kanji Hara 
Tel: 291-4313 

KOKUSAI MUSIC PUBLISHERS (K. M. P.) 

6th-Floor of Nippon-Chusha-buil-nal, 43, Toya- 
ma-cho, Shin juku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Mobuo Nishikawa 
Tel: 203-7672 

LUCKY CHILD 

1-39-3, Tamagawa Okusawp, Setagaya-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Masami Yamamoto 
Tel: 727-3106 

LLEE (TOKYO) K. K. 

409-Zenkyoren-buil., 2-7, Hirakawa-cho, Chiyo- 
da-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Susumu Kojima 
Tel: 265-3291 

MUSIC PUBLISHER SUISEI-SHA 

30-6, Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Sansaku Meguro 
Tel: 268-0236 

MATE MUSIC MAKER 

49-2, Nishinoya-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, 
Japan 

President: Seiichi Mawatari 
Tel: (045) 621-6950 

MUSIC PUBLISHER HIT MAKER, LTD. 

Mansui-buil., 14-3, Ogawa-cho, Kanda, Chiyoda- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Masaru Debuchi 
Tel: 292-7256 

MANASE MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

Mitoko-buil., 4-2-6, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Hanako Manase 
Tel: 584-5321 

(Cont’d on p. 28) 


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DOMESTIC LABELS 


ISMTERSMATIOINJAL GROUP 


Japan*s Music Publishers 

(Cont’d from p. 26) 

MAHINA MUSIC PUBLISHING CORPORATION 

Dai-Hachi Mori-buil., 4-20-3, Nishi-shinbashi, 
Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hiroshi Wada 
Tel: 433-5321 

MAKIMURA MUSIC PUB. CO. 

19-21-2, Koraku, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kazuyuki Nakamura 
Tel: 811-9565 

MIMI MUSIC PUBLISHING COMPANY 

12-7-3, Minami-Senzoku, Oota-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Sakae Terakado 
Tel: 720-0035 

MUSICAL RIGHTS (TOKYO) K. K.) 

409-go of Zenkyoren-buil., 7-2, Hirakawa-cho, 
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Susumu Kojima 
Tel: 265-3291 

MUSIC ACE K. K. 

4th-Floor, Dai-ni-Ezaki-buil., 16-1-1, Shibuya, 
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Naotaka Aizawa 
Tel: 400-0161 

MUSIC EIGHT CO., LTD. 

1-7-2, Taishido, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yukichi Sukeyasu 
Tel: 411-2534 

MUSIC CAP CO., LTD. 

307, Central-Aoyama, 3-1-4, Minami-Aoyama, 
Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Naoto Mizutani 
Tel: 408-4077 

MUSIC COMPANION SOCIETY, LTD 

12-22-3, Higashi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kyosuke Hirai 
Tel: 409-8853 

MUSIC STAFF COMPANY 

402-go, 1-34-1, Asagaya-Minami, Suginami-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hideko Ooba 
Tel: 312-6681 

MUSIC FRIEND PUBLISHER 

204-go, Akasaka-dai-mansion, 11-6-7, Akasaka, 
Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Masami Kikuchi 
Tel: 585-0751 

MUSE ONGAKU PUBLISHERS CO., LTD. 

15-5-7', Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Takashi Kato 
Tel: 585-1680 

MUSIFON, INC. OF JAPAN 

17, Akefune-cho, Shiba-nishikubo, Minato-ku, 

Tokyo, Japan 

President: Nobuo Kimura 

Tel: 581-4441 



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MYRICA MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

Mainichi- hoso-Senrigaoka-Studio-nai, 297, Ya- 
mada-shita, Suita shi, Oosaka-fu, Japan 
President: Maisayasu Kitao 
Tel: (068) 78-5141 

MECCA MUSICAL ENTERPRISES PUBLISH- 
ING CO., LTD. 

804-go, Shintaiso-buil., 

7-10-2, Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Toshio Shinjitsu 
Tel: 463-5121 

NET MUSIC COMPANY 

10-6-4, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Shizuo Ishikawa 
Tel: 403-3111 

NIPPON COLUMBIA MUSICAL ENTERPRISES 
LTD. (NICOLME) 

14-14-4, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Wataru Oouchi 
Tel: 584-8111 

NAGASAKI ONGAKU KIKAKU 

27-1, Maruyama-machi, Nagasaki-shi, Japan 
President: Kuniyuki Suzuki 
Tel: (0958) 22-5097 


Tokyo Main Office 

Address:No.l,2~Chome,Nishi-Shinbqshi, 
Minato-Ku, Tokyo Japan 

Cabfe:TEICHIKU TOKYO 
Representative : 5H1GEJI NANKO 


NEW ORIENT MUSIC INC. 

Fontaine-buil., 6-3-1, Nishi-azabu, Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Haruji Ito 
Tel: 402-8281 

NEW SOUND MUSIC PUBLISHERS CO., LTD. 

Fuji-Kawa-buil-nai, 23-4. Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Kenji Nakajima 
Tel: 359-9815 


NEW FIELD PUBLISHING CO. 

Yamaji-buil., 127, Banshu-cho, Shinjuku-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kenji Niide 
Tel: 351-3589 

NISHINO MUSIC PUBLISHING CORP. 

3-12-2, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kozo Nishino 
Tel: 400-2480 

NISSO MUSIC PUBLISHING CO. 

Yoyogi-Ekimwe-buil, 8-Floor, 6-36-1, Yoyogi, 
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Shigeyuki Akamatsu 
Tel: 379-2471 

NIPO AMERICANA MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., 

2-20-4, Imagawa, Suginami-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Teruo Higashikubo 
Tel: 390-8279 

NICHION INC. 

Annex of TBS-TV, 50-3-5, Akasaka, Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Shigeru Akimoto 
Tel: 584-4711 

NIHON KAYO MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 
(N. M. P.) 

8-6-2, Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Tatsuzo Narima 
Tel: 379-1411 

NIPPON GEINO SHUPPAN 

Komine-buil., 42-22-7, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hiroshi Kudo 
Tel: 363-7729 

NIPPON TELEVISION MUSIC CORPORA- 
TION (N. T. V. M.) 

402, Hirata-buil., 12-2, Niban-cho, Chiyoda-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Tsutomu Ogata 
Tel: 261-5814 

NIPPON HOSO SHUPPAN KYOKAI (JAPAN 
BROADCAST PUBLISHING CO., LTD.) 

1-41, Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hiroshi Asanuma 
Tel: 464-7311 

ORIENTAL MUSIC CO. (O. M. C.) 

13-22-2, Daisawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Tadashi Yoshida 
Tel: 421-4123 

OSAKA MUSIC PUBLICATION CO., LTD. 

Redio-Osaka-Seisaku-bu, 27, Kita-Umeda-machi, 
Oosaka-shi, Japan 
President: Nobufumi Kanzaki 
Tel: (06) 341-2128 

OOHASHI MUSIC PUBLISHING INC. 

Miyachu-buil., 36-8-3, Minami-Aoyama, Minato- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Michiji Oohashi 
Tel: 403-5161 

OHTA MUSIC PUBLISHERS, INC. 

Prince-buil., 1-10-5, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Koji Ohta 
Tel: 571-7923 

ONGAKU SHUPPAN CENTER CO., LTD. 
TOKYO 

Saito-buil., 7-3, Takara-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Rinnosuke Kondo 
Tel: 567-6024 

ONGAKU SHUNJUSHA, LTD. 

18-6-3, Hakusan, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kazuo Uchino 
Tel: 814-2871 

ONGAKU NO TOMO-SHA CORP. 

30-6, Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Sansaku Meguro 
Tel: 268-6151 

OVERSEAS MUSIC PUBLISHERS CO., LTD. (0. 
M. P.) 

25, Higashi-Goken-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo. 
Japan 

President: Eijiro Shimada 
Tel: 260-5430 

ONE MUSIC PUBLISHER 

12-34-5, Fukazawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Naotoshi Hisaka 

PAMPER MUSIC OF JAPAN LTD. 

25, Higashi-goken-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Shinpei Matsuoka 
Tel: 269-0121 

(Cont'd on p. 30) 


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Cash Box — July 7, 1973 



\A/ ITH THE kind 

COOPERATION 

Roger Williams 

May 

James Taylor 

Janua ry 

v v OF ALL RECORD COMPANIES 

Carpenters 

June 

Lettermen 

Februa ry 

IN JAPAN OUR 

"LOVE SOUNDS” 

Swingle Singers 

June 

Franck Pourcel 

March 

CONCERT SERIES HAS BEEN A 

Eugen Cicero 

July 

Donovan 

Ma rch 

SUPER-SUCCESS 

AND WE WISH, 

Brothers Four 

August 

Sergio Mendes & BrasiF77 

April 

AT THIS TIME, 

TO 

PARTICULARLY 

Cliff Richard 

September 

Percy Faith 

April 

THANK THOSE WHC 

D HAVE PARTI- 

Olivia New ton- John 

September 

Supremes 

May 

CIPATED IN THE 

CONCERTS. 

Caravelli 

September 

Don McLean 

May 

THANK YOU: 



Nancy Wilson 

October 

Billy Vaughn 

May 



1972 

Freddie Hubbard 

October 

Andy Williams 

May 

Carmen Cavallaro 


January 

Laura Nyro 

November 

Diana Ross 

June 

Lette rmen 


Februa ry 

Michel Polnareff 

November 

Michel Polnareff 

June 

Bee Gees 


March 

Nini Rosso 

Novembe r 

Ventures 

July 

Sergio Mendes & 

Brasil'77 March 

Paul Mauriat 

December 

Sam Taylor 

July 

Raymond Lefevre 


April 

Pat Boone 

December 

Brothers Four 

September 

Jose Feliciano 


May 


1973 

Bee Gees 

September 

Billy Vaughn 


May 

Jose Feliciano 

January 

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band 

September 


KYODO TOKYO KYODO OSAKA 

10F KYODO BLDG 3-6-18 Ml NAMI-AOYAMA 6F CHIYODA BLDG 34 UMEDA-CHO KITA-KU Jiro Uchino/Saburo Arashida 

MINATO.KU, TOKYO Tel. 407-8131 OSAKA Tel. 344-0412 


O UR "ROCK EXPLOSION” CON- 
CERT SERIES HAVE REACHED 
THE NO. 19 MARK. WE WISH TO 
THANK ALL RECORD COMPANIES, 
PUBLISHERS, AGENCIES AND PAR- 
TICULARLY THOSE WHO HAVE 
ACTIVELY PARTICIPATED IN THIS 
SERIES. 

THANK YOU: 


UDO ARTISTS, TOKYO 

6F KYODO BLDG(SHIN-AOYAMA) 9-15-5 MINAMI 
AOYAMA, MINATO-KU, TOKYO Tel. 400-6536 


1972 

Mungo Jerry January 

Creedence Clearwater Revival February 
Chase April 

Ten Years After May 

Procol Harum May 

Chicago June 

Jeth ro Tu ll Ju ly 

Emerson, Lake & Palmer July 

Free July 

Cat Stevens September 


UDO ARTISTS, OSAKA 

2F. NIWA BLDG. 2-17 DOHJIMA-HAMA DOHRI, 
KITA-KU, OSAKA 


Led Zeppelin 

October 

Three Dog Night 

December 


1973 

Yes 

March 

Chicago 

April 

Ten Years After 

May 

Albert Hammond 

May 

Humble Pie 

May 

Santana 

June 

West, Bruce & Laing 

August 


Seijiro Udo 


\A/E ARE M0ST GRATEFUL T0 KY 000 AND UD0 

VV t ARTISTS FOR HELPING US BECOME THE 

MOST ACTIVE MUSIC PUBLISHERS IN JAPAN 

AND OUR THANKS ALSO EXTEND TO THE ARTISTS THAT 
HAVE PARTICIPATED IN THEIR "LOVE SOUNDS” AND "ROCK 
EXPLOSION” SERIES. 

TAIVO MUSIC, INO. 

MARUYAMA BLDG., 25, 3-CHOME IIKURA, AZABU, MINATO-KU, TOKYO Tel. 585-3481 


PRESIDENT 

Tats Nagashima 


Japmf : . M mm&fmctmrers 


APOLLON mSIC ^OUSTSIAL CORF. 
5-1, Waksba-cho, Shlnjuku ku, Tokyo, 

Japan 

President: Mlsa Waisnafoe 
Tel: 353-0162 

ASAH? MUSIC SERVICE K. K. 

2-2, Minami, Ooyodo, Ooyodo-ku, 
Oosaka-sh,’; Japan 
President: Kiyoshi Hars 
Tel: (,06) 458-5321 

CBS-SONY RECORD CO., LTD, 

7-17-3, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Norio O.hga 
Tel: 585-0411 

CLARION TRADE CO., LTD. 

10-22-1, Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 
japan 

President: Toshio Shimoda 
Tel: 463-6161 

FUJITSU LIMITED 

Furukawa-Sogo-buil., 1-6-2, Marunou- 
chi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yoshimitsu Kohra 
Tel: 216-3211 

K. K. NICHIQN 

Annex of TBS-TV, 50-3-5, Akasaka, Mi- 
nato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Shigeru Akimoto 
Tel: 584-4711 

K. K. KEIBUNSHA 

5-2-7, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, To- 
kyo, Japan 
President: Isao Kano 
Tel: 369-0271 

K. K. CANYON RECORD 

Trade-center-buil., 1-4-2, Hamamatsu- 
cho, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Tatsuro Ishida 
Tel: 435-6311 

K. K. PONY 

Trade-center-buil., 1-4-2, Hamamatsu- 
cho, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Tatsuro Ishida 
Tel: 435-4935 


KING RECORD CO., LTD. 
Tenpu-Kaikan-bldg., 8-40-5, Octsuka, 
Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kazumitsu Machijiri 
Tel: 945-2131 

NIPPON PHONOGRAM CO., LTD. 
Wako-bldg., 5-8-4, Roppongi, Minato- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kooichi Matsuno 
Tel: 403-7511 

NIPPON CROWN CO., LTD. 

8-10-2, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 

Japan 

President: Kazuhisa Arita 
Tel: 582-4741 

NIPPON MAIL ORDER CO. 

Concert-hall-bldg., 13-8-4, Kitashinaga- 
wa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Renyichi Ishiyi 
Tel: 443-9131 

NIPPON COLUMBIA CO., LTD. 

14-14-4, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Takami Shobochi 
Tel: 584-8111 

PIONEER ELECTRONICS CORP. 

5-15-4, Nishi-Oomori, Ohta-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Yozo Ishizuka 
Tel: 763-2111 

POLYDOR CO., LTD. 

4-8-1, Ohashi, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kenyichi Morita 
Tel: 462-5131 

TOSHIBA-ONGAKU-KOGYO CO., LTD. 

17-2-2, Akasaka. Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Noboru Takamiya 
Tel: 585-1111 

TOKUMA ONGAKU-KOGYO CO„ LTD. 

2-2-1, Iwamoto-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Yasuyoshi Tokuma 
Tel: 862-1381 


TOKYO DENKI KAGAKU KOGYO K. K. 

6-14-2, Uchikanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Fukujiro Sono 
Tel: 256-6111 

TRIO CO. 

Horaiya-bldg., 8, 9-Floor, 1-2-5, Rop- 
pongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hideo Nakano 
Tel: 404-4381 

TOHO GEION CO., LTD. 

14-1, Yuraku-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Jushiro Hasegawa 
Tel: 591-2301 

TEICHIKU RECORD CO., LTD. 

148, Minami-Kainazuka-cho, Nara-shi, 
Japan 

Representative Director: Shigeji Nanko 
Tel: (0742) 22-0464 

VICTOR ONGAKU— SANGYO CO., LTD. 

Viazza-bldg.. 18-26,4, Jingu-mae, Shi- 
buya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Toshio Yagisawa 
Tel: 405-5151 

WARNER— PIONEER CO„ LTD. 

10-11-4, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Shin Watanabe 
Tel: 401-7131 

YUPITERU ONGAKU-KOGYO K. K. 

35-4-5, Minami-aoyama, Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Gohei Suzuki 
Tel: 406-1711 

TAIKO ELECTRIC WORKS LTD. 

13-10-6, Nakanobu, Shinagawa-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Daisuke Higo 
Tel: 782-1111 

TBS SERVICE 

Annex of TBS-TV, 50-3-5, Akasaka, Mi- 
nato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Shunsuke Kinoshita 
Tel: 582-7351 


Japan's 

Music Publishers 

(Cont’d from p. 28) 

PACIFIC MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

Trade-center-buil -nai, 1-4-2, Hamamatsu-cho, 
Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Toshitate Takasaki 
Tel: 435-4905 

PLANPIET C0„ LTD. 

Seishin-buil., 7-3-8, Ginza, Shuo-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Eiji Noguchi 
Tel: 572-3551 

PLAY NOTE PUBLISHER 

303 of Tsuji-buil., 21, Hanazono-cho, Shinjuku- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hirotaka Hasegawa 
Tel: 352-4345 


PEP MUSIC SERVICE CO., LTD. 

26 13, Nishi-Daimaru-cho, Nishiin, Ukyo-ku, 

Kyoshi, Japan 

President: Hideo Nakagawa 

Tel: (075) 313- 4194 

PEMA MUSIC ENTERPRISES LTD. 

4-6, Koojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Masao Shima 
Tel: 261-5181 

PHOENIX MUSIC PUBLISHERS, INC. 

Fuji i-Law-Office-nai, 102-go of lst-Floor of 
Higashi-Ginza-buil., 18-9-3, Ginza, Chuo-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Heihachiro Fujii 
Tel: 534-9034 

RF MUSIC PUBLISHER INC. 

Tokyo-branch of Redio-Kanto-nai, 

Azabu dai-buil, 13-3, Azabu-likura, 

President: Hideo Komamura 
Tel: 582-2768 
Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 

RAY COMPANY 

9-2-3, Kita Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yonosuke Mori 
Tel: 405-0294 

(Cont'd on p. 34) 


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Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan. tel(292)286 1 ~8 
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APOLLON MUSIC rNDUSTKIES CORP. 
5-1. Wakaba-cno. Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Misa Watanabe 

Tei: 353-0161 

K. K. PACK IN VIDEO 

Dobashi-bu!:., 8-T-3, Akasaka, Minato- 

ku, fonyo, Japan 

President: Mamoru Wakamatsu 

Tel: 586-0071 

K. K. PONY' 

Trade-Center bui!., 5-3 Hamamatsu- 
cho, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Tatsuro Ishida 
Tel: 435-4921 

K. K. CHIKUMA SH080 

8-2, Ogawa-cho, Kanda, Chiyoda-'ku, 

Tokyo, Japan 

President: Shizuo Takenouchi 
Tei: 291-7651 

K, K. CHISHSK! SANGYO KENKYUUJQ 
Soshin-do buil., 7-8-1, Shibuya, Shi- 
buya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Masatoshi Sato 
Tel: 407-5446 

K. K. CLASSIC PONY 

Fuji Gakuin-nai, 18, Nakano-cho, Ichi- 
gaya, Sninjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Setsuzo Yamaguchi 
Tel: 357-6031 

K. K. FUJI PONY 

Fuji-TV-Nai, 7, Kawada-cho, Ichigaya, 
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Terumi Nagata 
Tel: 353-1111, EX 2680 

K. K. KOODANSHA 

21-12-2, Otoba, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Shooichi Noma 
Tel: 945-1111 


K. K.TCJ 

4-20-3, Shibaura, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 

Japan 

President: Jiro Yanase 
Tel: 455-1751 

K. K.TBS SERVICE 

Annex of TBS-TV-buil., 50-3-5, Akasaka, 

Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 

President: Shunsuke Kinoshita 

Tel: 582-7351 EX 5263 

K. K.TPC 

Namiki-buil., 10-2-3, Ginza Chuo-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Satoshi Fujii 
Tel: 561-1515 


K. K. DENTSU EIGASHA 
13-7-1, Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Shintaro Minema 
Tel: 543-4311 

K. K. ASAHI MUSIC SERVICE 

Asahi-Hoso-nai, 2-2, Ooyodo-cho-mina- 
mi, Ooyodo-ku, Oosaka-shi, Japan 
President: Kiyoshi Hara 
Tel: (06) 458-5321 

K. K. CAT 

12-2, Niban-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Hidetaka Imamura 
Tel: 264-4631 

K. K. VIDEO PACK NIPPON 

NET-TV-nai, 10-4-6, Roppongi, Minato- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Takeo Yokota 
Tel: 405-3171 

K. K. VIDEO JAPONICA 

8-4-4, Ginza, Chuuoo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Takae Minami 
Tel: 561-7507 


K. K. MORITA 

66-4, Junkei-cho-doori, Minami-ku, 
Oosaka-shi, Japan 
President: Fukuo Morita 
Tel: (06) 251-2525 

NIKKATSU K. K. 

1-1, Yuuraku-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Masahiko Hori 
Tel: 213-3211 

NIPPON COLUMBIA K. K. 

14-14-4, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Takami Shobochi 
Tel: 584-8111 

VICTOR ONGAKU SANGYO K. K. 

Viazza buil., 18-26-4, Jingu-mae, Shi- 
buya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Toshio Yagisawa 
Tel: 405-5151 

NIKKA KOGYO SHINBUN-SHA 

10-8-1, Kudan-kita, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Toshio Shirai 
Tel: 263-2311 

NIPPON EIZO SHUPPAN K. K. 

Kiyooka-buil, 4-4-2, Hirakawa-cho, 
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Shinpei Ikejima 
Tel: 264-1977 

NET ASAHI SEISAKU K. K. 

10-4-6, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Tsuneo Fujii 
Tel: 402-3451 

POLYDOR K. K. 

1333, Kamiodanaka, Kawasaki-shi, Ka- 
nagawa-prefecture, Japan 
President: Kenyichi Morita 
Tel: (044) 72-0101 


SHOOCHIKU K. K. 

5-13-1, Tsukiji, Chuuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Takazo Ootani 
Tel: 542-5551 

TOEI VIDEO K. K. 

17-2-3, Ginza, Chuuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Shigeru Okada 
Tel: 535-4641 

TOHO K. K. 

14-1, Yuuraku-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Tatsuro Matsuoka 
Tel: 591-1211 


TOSHIBA ONGAKU-KOGYO K. K. 

17-2-2, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Noboru Takamiya 
Tel: 585-1111 

TOKUMA ONGAKU KOGYO K. K. 

2-2-1, Iwamoto-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Yasuyoshi Tokuma 
Tel: 862-1381 

TEICHIKJ K. K. 

1-2, Sueyoshibashi-dori, Minami-ku, 
Oosaka-shi, Japan 

Representative Director: Shigeji Nanko 
Tel: (06) 262-1601 

YOMIURI EION K. K. 

5-bancho Buil., 5, 5-bancho, Chiyoda- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: HideoTakai 
Tel: 261-8258 

UNION EIGA K. K. 

Roppongi-benny-buil., 3-18-5, Roppon- 
gi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Seijro Emori 
Tel: 585-2535 




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Cash Box — July 7, 1973 



Breaking sour 

barriers with 

KM recording 




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RECORD DIVISION 

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Please refer alt enquiries to above address. 


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FOUR COMPOSITIONS 


New Releases 


Nippon Columbia now brings you for the first time records that break all records in 

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communication electronics. Sound waves are converted into a pulse code in 
recording. So there's no distortion, noise, wow, or flutter. The PCM method 
has been combined with our patented half-speed 
cutting and non-distortion cutting methods to 
produce our popular Master Sonic records 
of even higher quality. Nippon Columbia 
is dedicated to developing new 
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leading artists of all countries. 

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RUZICKOVA HARPSIHCORD ENCORE ALBUM 

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PERLEMUTER plays FRENCH MUSIC 

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PICTURES AT THE EXHIBITION 
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Japan's Music Publishers 

(Cont’d from p. 30) 

REBJO KANSAS MUSIC PUBLISHER (CR. MU- 
SIC) 

6-1-1, Gyoko-machi, Suma-ku, Kobe-shi, Japan 
President: Kei Aoki 
Tel: (078) 731-4321 

RHTHM MUSIC PUBLISHER, INC. 

63-go, 6th-Floor, Shin-Aoyama-Kyodo-buil., 
15-3-5, Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 

Japan 

President: Kuranosuke Hamaguchi 
Tei: 409-5559 

RIKOON MUSIC PUB. CO., LTD. 

828-ku, Sth-Floor, Shinkokusai-buil., 4-3, 
Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Tentsuo Kanai 
Tel: 211-7826 

REVUE JAPAN, LTD. 

Maison-Hirakawa-buil., 2nd-Floor, 2-2, Hiraka- 
wa-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Richard S. Miyamoto 
Tel: 265-5728 

ROW MUSIC CO. 

5th-Floor of Aroha-buil., 8-8-4, Roppongi, Mina- 
to-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kazuo Tamai 
Tel: 402-0298 

S & T MUSIC PUBLISHER 

Zenryo-buil., 5-5-2, Hirakawa-cho, Chiyoda-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kyoko Takeda 
Tel: 263-5847 

S. 0. PUBLISHING 

Akasaka-Daiichi-Mansion, 4-15-2, Akasaka, Mi- 
nato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Takao Nanri 
Tel: 585-4811 

SAKAMOTO MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

8-17-2, Todoroki, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Asako Sakamoto 
Tel: 703-3377 


SUMMY MUSIC CORP. 

Ashibe-buil., 7-2-6, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Michiko Nishida 
Tel: 573-3321 

SARAMARIN CO., LTD. 

6-c, Sunrise-Roppongi, 9-2-3, Nishi-Azabu, Mina- 
to-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Akio Yamaguchi 
Tel: 403-8891 

SUNKYO MUSIC CO., LTD. 

Chidori-Bekkan, 4-20-1, Nishi-shinbashi, Minato- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Ichiro Takeuchi 
Tel: 501-2667 

SUN MUSIC PUBLISHERS CO., LTD. (S. M. P.) 

3- 4, Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yoshiro Aizawa 

Tel: 359-0601 

SHIKI THEATRE-MUSIC PUB. 

17-5-4, oyogi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Keita Asari 
Tel: 370-5176 

SHOGAKUKAN PRODUCTION CO., LTD. 

Shogakukan Bekkan, 2nd-Floor of Shoko-buil., 

4- 29-1, Kanda-Jinbo-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Tetsuo Aiga 
Tel: 263-2111 

SHIN-EL MUSIC PUBLISHERS CORP. 

14-4-5, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yukio Nishikawa 
Tel: 582-4231 

SHIN-EI PUBLISHERS CO., LTD. 

11-10-2, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hiroshi Kodama 
Tel: 541-6659 

SHINKO MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

Wako-buil., 13-2, Kanda-Tsukasa-cho, Chiyoda- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Teiji Kusano 
Tel: 292-2861 


S F MUSIC PUBLISHER 

Tokyo-Oroshiuri-Center, 17-22-7, Nishigotanda, 
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Koichi Shimazu 
Tel: 492-2337 

STARLIGHT MUSIC PUBLISHERS CO., LTD. 

3-9-4, Kitami, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hiroyasu Iwazaki 
Tel: 417-0417 

STONE WELL MUSIC PUBLISHERS 

Fugetsu-do-buil., 1-6-5, Ginza-Nishi, Chuo-ku, 

Tokyo, Japan 

President: Kyoko Asabuki 

Tel: 572-0355 

SEI MUSIC PROMOTION 

19-1-4, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Seitaro Oomori 
Tel: 402-2536 

SEVEN SEAS MUSIC CO., LTD. 

Taiyo-Seimei-buil., 4-49-2, Minami-lkebukuro, 
Toshima-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kazumitsu Machijiri 
Tel: 988-3056 

SELECT MUSIC PUBLISHERS CO. 

667-2, Shimotakaido, Suginami-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kimiyasu Ryu 
Tel: 303-0372 

SERENA MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

10-1-4, Watanabe-dori, Fukuoka-shi, Japan 
President: Kozaburo Kobayashi 
Tel: (092) 73-2121 

SHOIN MUSIC PUBLISHERS CO., LTD. 

1-18-2, Okusawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hoika Naito 
Tel: 723-2361 

THOROUGHBRED MUSIC CO., LTD. 

316, Tokyo-Central-Apart, 15-3-4, Jingu-mae, 
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Shigenori Sugihara 
Tel: 408-6728 

THREE TWO ONE ZERO 

Kyodo-buil-nai, 15-9-5, Minami-Aoyama, Minate- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Nobuo Tsukahara 
Tel: 407-2461 


FRESH 

& 

AGGRESSIVE 
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 


A Division of 
TOHO CO., LTD 
A Giant of Entertainment 

Field in Japan 


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 


TOM® GEION LTD . 

Head Office: 

14, 1-chome, Yuraku-cho, Chiyoda-kn, 

Tokyo, Japan Tel: 591-1211 


Branch Offices: 

Toho International, Inc. 

834, South La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, 
California 90036, U.S.A. Tel: 933-5877 

Toho International, Inc., New York Office. 
1501 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10036 
U.S.A. Tel: Lo 3-5258 

Toho Film Roma Office. 

Via Reno 4, 00198, Roma, Italy. 

Tel: 850617 

Toho Filmes America Do Sul Ltda. 

Avenida da Liberdade 65, Sao Paulo, Brasil. 

Tel: 36-1276 

Toho Film Co., (H.K.) Ltd. 

Rm. 531, Central Bldg., Pedder Street, 
Hong Kong Tel: 236202, 232775 



TARGET PLANNING AGENCY 

201-12-13-2, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Masuo Furukawa 
Tel: 582-0836 

TAKANO MUSIC AGENCY CO., LTD. 

Horinouchi-so, 4-26-2, Nishiogri-Minami, Sugina- 
mi-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hiroko Takano 

TAKAHASHI MUSIC PUBLISHING INC. 

Zennichi-Kanko-buil., 3-3-1, Motoakasaka, Mina- 
to-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Seishin Takahashi 
Tel: 404-8648 

TACT MUSICAL PRO. CO., LTD. 

9- 15-3, Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Japan 
President: Shoichiro Ono 

Tel: 404-1561 

TANABE MUSIC PUB. CO., LTD. 

6th-Floor, Akasaka-buil., 32-1-4, Akasaka, Mina- 
to-ku, Tokyo Japan 
President: Akitomo Tanabe 
Tel: 585-3721 

TAIYO MUSIC, INC. 

7th-Floor, Maruyama-buil., 25-3, Azabu-iikura, 
Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Tatsuji Nagashima 
Tel: 585-3481 

TAKARAJIMA ONGAKU PUB. CO. 

302-go, Villa GLORIA, 7-31-2, Jingume, Shi- 
buya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Junsuke Yoda 
Tel: 403-4777 

TRO ESSEX JAPAN LTD. 

Wake-buil., 13-2, Kanda-tsukasa-cho, Chiyoda- 
ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: H. E. Richmond 
Tel: 292-2868 

TEICHIKU MUSIC SUPPLY CO., LTD. 

1-2, Nishi-shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
Representative director: Shigeji Nanko 
Tel: 502-6651 

TENNESEE MUSIC PUBLICATION LIMITED (T. 
M. P.) 

5th-Floor of Kyodo-buil., 15-9-5, Minami- 
aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hideaki Sonoda 

T. V. KOBO PUBLISHER CO., LTD. 

10- 3-4, Kudankita, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yuji Shigeta 

Tel: 261-6421 

(Cont’d on p. next page) 


34 Part II — International Section 


Cash Box — July 7, 1973 



JAPAN’S MUSIC PUBLISHERS 


TE RAUCH I MUSIC PUBLISHING CORP. 

34-2, Aioi-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, 

President: Takeshi Terauchi 
Tel: (045) 681-5335 

TOKYO INTERNATIONAL MUSIC PUBLISHING 
CO. 

306-go, Moto-Akasaka-buil., 3-3-1, Moto- 
Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Gosuke Imai 
Tel: 403-5914 

TOA MUSIC CO. 

Ongaku no Tcmosha-nai, 30-6, Kagurazaka, Shin- 
juku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Jun Asaka 
Tel: 268-0231 

TOEI GEINO PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

17-2-3, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Koji Shundo 
Tel: 535-4641 

TONE MUSIC CO., LTD. 

3rd-Floor of Daisan-mori-buil., 10-4-1, Nishi- 
shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Katsumata Kato 
Tel: 502-8214 

TOKAI MUSIC PUBLISHER 

Tokai-hoso-kaikan-nai, 7, Higashi-shin-machi, 
Higashi-Ku, Nagoya-shi, Japan 
President: Setsuzo Yamaguchi 
Tel: (052) 951-2511 

TOKYU MUSIC PUBLISHER 

2nd-Floor of Maruken-buil., 2-2-2, Shinbashi, 
Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Shojiro Watanabe 
Tel: 503-2731 

TOP MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

5th-F!oor of Hiroo-office-buil., 18-3-1, Hiroo, 
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Akitomo Tanabe 
Tel: 446-2051 

TOKYO MUSIC PUBLISHING CO. 

22-5-1, Kobinata, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Takako Miyakawa 
Tel: 946-1313 


TOKYO 12 MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

7-4-4, Shiba-koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yoshikuni Sato 
Tel: 433-4211 

TOKYO MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

Wako-buil., 8-5 Roppongi 4-Chome Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Susumu Izaki 
Tel: 401-9327 

TOZAI ONGAKU SHUPPAN CO., LTD. 

15-5-3, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Fumi Komatsubara 
Tel: 583-6730 

TOSHIBA MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

6,7-Floor of Taisei-buil., 15-4-5, Akasaka, Mina- 
to-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Noriichiro Ishizaka 
Tel: 583-8701 

TOHO MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

2-4, Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Sakae Koyama 
Tel: 262-2448 

TOYO-KIKAKU MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

6th-Floor of Tokyo-gas-bui!., 15-9-7, Ginza, 
Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kazuko Tani 
Tel: 573-3321 


TOYO MUSIC PUBLISHER 

14-17-2, Minamio-ogikubo, Suginami-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Toshio Tawara 
Tel: 334-5167 


TOWA MUSIC PUBLISHING CORP. 

65-6th Floor of Kyodo-buil., 15-9-5, Minami- 
aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Norio Higuchi 
Tel: 400-1089 


THE HEIBON PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

7-13-3, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kinosuke Iwabori 
Tel: 541-3211 


UCHIYAMADA MUSIC PUBLISHER 

701-go, Jintsu-buil, 3-11-6, Minami-Aoyama, 
Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Michio Uchiyamada 
Tel: 407-1926 

UNITED ARTISTS MUSIC (JAPAN), INC. 

7th-Floor of Maruyama-buil., 25-3, Azabu- 
ikura, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Tatsuji Nagashima 
Tel: 585-3481 


UNION ARTIST CO., LTD. 

Kitamura-Apart-nai, 1-8-3, Nashi-Shinjuku, 
Shnijku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Norimasa Kawanami 
Tel: 343-5946 

UNION CORS MUSIC PUB. CO., LTD. 

22-10-4, Minami-azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Kazuo Takeda 
Tel: 444-8673 

UNION PUBLISHER COMPANY 

203-go, Shiba-chuo-mansion, 18, Kamiya-cho, 
Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Toshinori Ebisawa 
Tel: 431-9531 

VICTOR MUSICAL PUBLISHING CO., LTD. OF 
JAPAN 

6th-Floor of Harajuku-Piaza-buil, 18-26-4, 
Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Atsutaka Torio 
Tel: 404-3201 


WORLD MUSIC PUBLISHING CORP. 

Miyako-buil., 8-17-3, Akasaka, Minato-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Yutaka Yamakawa 
Tel: 585-1246 


WATANABE MUSIC PUBLISHING CORP. 

4th-Floor, Matsui-buil., 4-1, Yuuraku-cho, Chiyo- 
da-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Misa Watanabe 
Tel: 502-2571 


WALT DISNEY ENTERPRISE OF JAPAN LTD. 

4-5-2, Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Matsuo Yokoyama 
Tel: 591-5886 


YAMATE MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., L 
502-go of Terrace-Akasaka, 13-6, . , - 

Min-ato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yoshie Ogawa 
Tel: 584-6700 

YAMAHA FOUNDATION FOR MUSIC EDUCA- 
TION 

Suyama-buil, 1-1, Ebisu-minami, Shibuya-ku, 
Tokyo, Japan 
President: Junichi Yanai 
Tel: 719-3101 

YAEZONO MUSIC PUBLISHER 

5- 16-1, Itabashi, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Yaeko Kuniba 

Tel: 962-1419 

YAMADA MUSIC CORPORATION 

6- 4-3, Akazutsumi, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Hirosaku Yamada 

Tel: 321-9564 

YAMANO KIKAKU MUSIC PUBLISHER 

7- 14-2, Higashi-cho, Kichijoji, Musashino-shi, 
Tokyo, Japan 

President: Kazuo Inoue 
Tel: (0422) 22-8585 

YUSENKIKAKU CO., LTD. 

7th-Floor of Ishiguro-shoji-buil., 429-1, Nishi- 
ookubo, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Motoyoshi Uno 
Tel: 200-0226 

Y. P. C. 

Yomiuri-TV-nai, 74-2, Iwai-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka- 
shi, Japan 

President: Kanetsugu Aoki 
Tel: (06) 352-2221 

YOURS MUSIC 

13-7, Sarugaku-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
President: Katsuhide Inomata 
Tel: 461-8468 

ZEN-ON MUSIC PUBLISHERS CO., LTD. 

25, Higashi-Goken-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Eijiro Shimada 
Tel: 268-2723 

ZENYU MUSIC PUBLISHING CO., LTD. 

4-18-Kawada-cho, Ichigaya, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 
Japan 

President: Kazushige Takami 
Tel: 357-1357 



Cash Box — July 7, 1973 


Part II — International Section 35 




®ePsstl2Months 


The increasij • • : rfc trend, along 
with a crisis in the quality of new 
artists, and a further turn to the pro- 
motion of “tubes” instead of artists, 
have been some of the main high- 
lights of the past months for the Ar- 
gentine record industry. 

For somebody outside the trade, it 
may sound strange that an industry 
that is nor satisfied with its artists is 
able to sell their, in other countries. 
Analizing the sales charts, it may be 
easily seen that there are few new 
names — soloists and groups — among 
the top ten; usually, many foreign 
artists appear, and when a local one 
gains some place among the top 
ranks, he usually is able to remain 
there for only a couple of singles, and 
seldom is able to make his way into 
the LP lists. 

On the other side, the steady in- 
crease in the technical quality of rec- 
ords, the existance of a series of tal- 
ented arrangers and composers, and 
the availability of excellent muscians, 
has gained renown for the locally 
produced records, to the point that 
they reach the charts in nearly all the 
Latin American countries, and also in 
other Spanish-speaking countries or 
markets where there are Spanish- 
oriented markets, like the United 
States. Even in European countries 
that a few years ago were nearly 
closed to Argentine artists (France, 
Germany, Italy), there are currently 
several diskeries representing local 
labels, and releasing regularly their 
production. 

Of course, there is a catch: Europe- 
an recording companies still dislike 
the “pop” and “teen” local produc- 
tion, and concentrate their efforts on 
folk music, instrumentals and tango, 
a rythm that has gained new force 
since Bertolucci’s film with Marlon 
Brando. This fact explains the contra- 
diction stated before, and is helping 
to grow record producers that con- 
centrate on “non-chart” items, and 
market them with an eye on Europe, 


the States, Japan and even — yes — 
Africa! During a recent trip to the 
States, an aggressive record man di- 
vided his catalog into three pai’ts, and 
negotiated them separately — and suc- 
cessfully — in the States and Mexico. 
In France, he obtained a releasing 
plan covering one single and one LP 
every month, for a couple of years. 

As for the national customer, the 
record companies are trying more and 
more the so-called “selection” or 
“promotional” LP, with a result that 
wouldn’t surprise anyone: the LP Top 
Ten are composed by at least five of 
these albums, sold at a lower price 
than regular LP’s and thus bringing a 
lower profit to the diskeries. At the 
same time, sales figures for albums 
recorded by only one artist or group 
have decreased sharply. 

It is interesting to note that the 
last local big names in pop music 
were originated between ten and five 
years ago : Palito Ortega, Sandre and 
Leonardo Favio sold arrays of rec- 
ords before their release date. All this 
is gone, and the only respectable ad- 
vance sales figures obtained at this 
moment are those produced by a new 
issue of the series of “promotional” 
LP’s released by each of the major 
companies. Thus, the sales point has 
switched from the artist’s name to a 
commercial name, and the artists in- 
cluded in these records change in each 
of them. 

The practice has its inconveniences, 
and there have been many voices in 
protest, but little has been done re- 
garding this. However, the need to 
maintain the current of musical ex- 
ports, which have been eating up the 
artistic reserves of the companies, 
will force the A&R people to return 
to the “star system,” in cooperation 
with their promotion managers and 
their good old friends, the disk jock- 
eys .. . 

PUBLISHERS 

During the past years, we repeated- 


ly commented about the vanishing 
role of the publishers, in the local 
scene. The big houses of ten years 
ago, have been absorbed by record 
companies, or diminished by the ex- 
istence of contracts that leave very 
little margin for negotiation for an 
independent operator. If most of the 
tunes are written by artists with a 
contract to a diskery, and the record 
company has an affiliated pubbery, it 
sounds logical to let it handle the 
copyright. Add to this the high per- 
centage of writers with their own 
houses, and it is easy to grasp the 
magnitude of the problem for the in- 
dependents. In Argentina, the only 
one left in the pop music field is 
Fermata, although several others re- 
main working with tango and folk 
repertoires since long time ago. Most 
of the new local artists negotiate 
their composing rights through their 
diskeries, and are kindly requested to 
do so in many of the cases. All the 
major companies have their publish- 
ing outlet, and the “flip side busi- 
ness” has been blooming for years. 

NEWCOMERS 

When you have five big companies 
in a rather small market, it may be 
difficult to get a slice of the cake in a 
few months. Rogelio Lopez, and Ar- 
gentine businessman for long estab- 
lished in the States, is trying to do 
so, through his Parnaso Records. The 
way has been to set up a cast with 
artists like Yaco Monti, Leonardo Fa- 
vio, Raphael and others, release some 
LP’s by artists like Vincius de Moraes 
and Frank Sinatra, and try to get as 
much promotion as possible. First 
outings took place in March, and Par- 
naso has obtained some entries in the 
charts, and is hoping for more. 

In the meantime, Pagoda and Car- 
music, who arrived a couple of years 
ago and are still considered “new” 
companies by the trade, have been 
faring well, although without too 
bright hits. This makes the Parnase 
task even more hard: to solve the 
problem, Lopez has recruited talent 
from several existing companies, and 


plays using all the rules of the 
game. 

PROMOTION 

The change of government, whiph 
took place the May, 25, may affect 
strongly the air play structure. Up to 
this writing date, no major measures 
have been taken, but it is known that 
the fact that a few individuals control 
vast amounts of radio space in sta- 
tions owned by the State is being 
analized. A recently passed Radio law 
forbids the resale of radio time, and 
some of the existing contracts could 
easily fall into this section. Another 
problem is the overexposure of some 
of the tunes; some critics feel that 
sales would be higher on many items 
if they weren’t so hardly pushed 
through the air waves. Each of the 
record companies maintains a list of 
“recommended records” which usually 
has fifteen titles, and turns the radio 
into something like “Top 90” format, 
with a slight difference: usually, the 
air waves are not offering the listener 
a parade of hits, but a selection of 
what the promo people think will be 
hits. And this may be costing a lot in 
advertising revenues to several sta- 
tions; the force of the record compan- 
ies, however, still remains impaired. 

The high promotion budgets have 
produced another side effect: the 

diskeries are restricting to a max- 
imum the promotion of LP’s, and are 
concentrating almost entirely to sin- 
gles. This may be another reason for 
the fall of albums (that is, regular 
albums) in sales; of course, it is more 
difficult to promote clearly a tune if 
it is packed in an album than when it 
appears in a single. The EP record, 
with four tunes culled from the LP, 
may be an answer. 

TELEVISION 

The limited resources available on 
radio have moved some of the promot- 
ers to give a second look to TV. 
Oddly enough, television has not been 
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